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The Horrorgame Penumbra Updated!

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Version 1.1 of the Horror game Penumbra has been released. The Update includes: Extended graphic cards support: GeForce 3/4 and Radeon 8500-9200 as well as all previously supported cards. Language support: Now supports several different languages. A big Thank You to the community for the translations. Extended options: All effects can now be set in-game, allowing users to tweak them for best possible game experience. Fixes and additions: A general overhaul of the game fixing reported issues and bugs as well as adding some minor new additions to the game. Get the game here! Enjoy! :)

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Ok, I missed this the first time around but I'm definitely playing through it now. Guys, I am impressed. The use of physics to solve problems is really welcome in the adventure genre.

However...that intro was really harsh on the ears. Was it a combination of overdrive and reverb? What were you trying to accomplish with that kind of processing? That threw me off right away. Ok, so part of what I do for a living is produce dialog for games so I'll be picky about audio any game. But this sounded like a design choice and I couldn't figure why. The setup could have been so much more impacting but I imagine most people skip it after hearing a few lines.

I know you used like the lowest setting of OGG possible but was that for file size issues? After the presentation I was really expecting a very amateur affair but was pleasantly surprised. The rest of the game looks, sounds, plays, feels great.

Tony

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