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Liberté! Égalité! Spécialité!

UPDATE: Atteeee-ntion! This is not a drill, soldiers: Crossplay between GOG Galaxy and Steam has now been implemented, so get ready to unleash your inner furry online!

Additionally, those who were looking forward to the game's over-an-hour-long Official Soundtrack now have the option to purchase it separately.

Better yet? Anyone who purchased the game before Crossplay support was implemented, will receive the Soundtrack for FREE, as compensation for the inconvenience. Enjoy!

Tooth and Tail, a grimly satirical RTS about organized animal cruelty, is now available, DRM-free, on GOG.com.

Time to break the (food) chains! The War for Meat has thrown the animal kingdom into upheaval and everyone is out to subdue and consume their opponents. Customize your faction and lead an army of aggressive fuzzballs through procedurally generated maps to burn, gut, or blast the other woodland creatures into gooey pixels. Then you can go online and brutalize your friends' furry pets, unless they're willing to swing by for some couch split-screen play.

Check out our recent Q and A with developers Pocketwatch Games for more info anthropomorphic info.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited September 28, 2017 by maladr0Id
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Themken: So those of you who have played it: Does it have any bite? Is it hard to claw your way to the top? Or does it tail the rest in the genre?
I can only talk about singleplayer campaign or skirmish. Havent finished it yet.

The missions are quite fun. Some of them are very easy and some very hard but it all comes down to how the random campaign map gets generated. That doesnt mean that the storyline and missions are random. Only the maps are random inside the preset mission parameters.

The controls will not be so intuitive for old time rts players. There is also a big weakness since you can not control single units. So if you have two tier 3 units you can only pick them as one unit cause the units are controlled through unit types. That makes some missions 10 times harder then they should be since you cant split your troops and put them where you need them. In skirmish that doesn't matter since you will always use all your troops. And yeah the AI can be quite capable if you let them build up a bit. Then it starts to steamroll you :) But its quite beatable if you take it on early.

At the end the game is quite unique in the way that it gives you a very fast rts rush which just seems to work nicely. I would recommend it. Definitely one of the better rts games in last years.

Also multiplayer with crossplay should be available next week.
Post edited September 17, 2017 by Matruchus
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Themken: So those of you who have played it: Does it have any bite? Is it hard to claw your way to the top? Or does it tail the rest in the genre?
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Matruchus: I can only talk about singleplayer campaign or skirmish. Havent finished it yet.

The missions are quite fun. Some of them are very easy and some very hard but it all comes down to how the random campaign map gets generated. That doesnt mean that the storyline and missions are random. Only the maps are random inside the preset mission parameters.

The controls will not be so intuitive for old time rts players. There is also a big weakness since you can not control single units. So if you have two tier 3 units you can only pick them as one unit cause the units are controlled through unit types. That makes some missions 10 times harder then they should be since you cant split your troops and put them where you need them. In skirmish that doesn't matter since you will always use all your troops. And yeah the AI can be quite capable if you let them build up a bit. Then it starts to steamroll you :) But its quite beatable if you take it on early.

At the end the game is quite unique in the way that it gives you a very fast rts rush which just seems to work nicely. I would recommend it. Definitely one of the better rts games in last years.

Also multiplayer with crossplay should be available next week.
Thank you for these early impressions :-)
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Themken: So those of you who have played it: Does it have any bite? Is it hard to claw your way to the top? Or does it tail the rest in the genre?
all those puns. :P

i wish i could +1 you more.
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Themken: So those of you who have played it: Does it have any bite? Is it hard to claw your way to the top? Or does it tail the rest in the genre?
I'll share my impressions as well.
It's good. Gameplay is fast-paced without feeling casual or frantic, and the controls are unusual but not hard to grasp. The limits imposed by the controls are a plus as they keep the game from devolving into the endless hole of micromanagement and build strategies that plague modern RTS games, and much more fun as a result. Music is also great. Definitely recommended.
Great! No Linux version again, because of an still not existing Galaxy-DRM-Client!

@Devs: Not going to buy your game! Not even on Steam because of this!
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Woolytoes: Great! No Linux version again, because of an still not existing Galaxy-DRM-Client!

@Devs: Not going to buy your game! Not even on Steam because of this!
How exactly is GOG not supporting linux the devs fault?
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Woolytoes: Great! No Linux version again, because of an still not existing Galaxy-DRM-Client!

@Devs: Not going to buy your game! Not even on Steam because of this!
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Leonard03: How exactly is GOG not supporting linux the devs fault?
The could implement or use a non-DRM network stack which doesn't depend on any 3rd-Party Client.
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Leonard03: How exactly is GOG not supporting linux the devs fault?
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Woolytoes: The could implement or use a non-DRM network stack which doesn't depend on any 3rd-Party Client.
But the DRM clients are so convenient! You can just click on your steam friends to invite them! This is the argument that currently wins.
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Woolytoes: The could implement or use a non-DRM network stack which doesn't depend on any 3rd-Party Client.
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hollunder: But the DRM clients are so convenient! You can just click on your steam friends to invite them! This is the argument that currently wins.
Don't forget the context! There is no GOG-DRM-Galaxy Client for Linux.
Let's post so the update is visible. And nice to see you managed to get crossplay working.
No new (old) game ? its been a while since a good old game was released again at Thursdays 'new game'.
If they decided to stop releasing old games i can understand that but i havent read anything about it yet so i hope good old games will arrive again Thursdays.


checked all the new games and upcoming but its all the same more or less, haven't been able to get a decent game, so i guess the old games are +++ ?
Classy move by the devs.
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Leonard03: How exactly is GOG not supporting linux the devs fault?
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Woolytoes: The could implement or use a non-DRM network stack which doesn't depend on any 3rd-Party Client.
That's because you don't know what kind of work that entails. Using a key-in-hand framework like that is still complicated and lots of work, imagine it without it.
Post edited September 28, 2017 by Zoidberg
nice
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GOG.com: ...so get ready to unleash your inner furry online!
Erm. I'm no sure that's the wisest choice of words there, but... kinky? =P
Crossplay available now + a free soundtrack? Nice, thank you!