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Here is my little contribution to the community for Linux users to easily find and run SkillWarz on Linux via desktop (Gnome, i3, whatever...) application launchers. Open a terminal and create a new desktop file with your favourite editor (I am using nano, but you can use vi, vim, neovin... etc) $ sudo nano /usr/share/applications/SkillWarz.desktop Add this [Desktop Entry] Name=SkillWarz Comment=SkillWarz is modern first person shooter game. Exec=/home/user/games/skillwarz/skillwarz.x86_64 Icon=/home/user/games/skillwarz/skillwarz.png Terminal=false
I downloaded the game today. I opened the 64 bit version and the game opens, but i can't do anything. The same happens with the 32 bit version. I attached a video of the problem. I am using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I also attached a screenshot of the Itch.io page from where i downloaded the game. It happens everytime i run the game. I try to click everything but nothing happens. Bug Skillwarz Linux
now this is a linux thing, I noticed that whenever I launch the game it generates a folder on my home directory $HOME/Skillwarz this is not where that belongs, and is not conformant to the XDG base directory specification which specifies that cache file shall be placed in $XDG_CACHE_HOME/skillwarz and config files at XDG_CONFIG_HOME/skillwarz