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Be ‘Frayed

Posted by Rampant Coyote on September 27, 2011

Be ‘Frayed.

Be very, very ‘Frayed…

Filed Under: General - Comments: 19 Comments to Read

  • Pemptus said,

    I’m ready, bring it. You can post the link to the demo in 3..2..1…

  • Pemptus said,

    I’m ready, bring it. You can post the link to the demo in 3…2…1…

  • Charles said,

    The ‘Frear is making my head spin!

  • sascha said,

    This is very frayghtening!

  • skavenhorde said,

    The Frayed Rat approves of this message.

  • PsySal said,

    My body, er, avatar is ready!

    Seriously I am so stuck in Knights of the Chalice right now, looking forward to this. =) Congrats on getting it out, don’t rush it tho!! (I know what it’s like =)

  • Calibrator said,

    Will there be a day one patch?

    [ducking & running]

  • Rampant Coyote said,

    Better than that… a day -1 patch. But you already missed it.

  • Incindium said,

    So do you have any ideas about the minimum requirements for Frayed Knights? I’m wondering if I’ll be able to play it on my netbook(Windows XP) or need to run it in my Windows XP VM on my iMac.

  • Rampant Coyote said,

    I’m not sure on the netbook. It will need 3D hardware with OpenGL.I was running it (albeit poorly) on a 1.6 ghz single-processor laptop with a gig of RAM and a 512-meg ATI 3D card from 2005, so that would probably be about the minimum.

    The demo will use about 170 megs of HD space, the full version about twice that.

  • Corwin said,

    Pus-Golems of the World UNITE!! Something terrible this way comes…….eeww, it looks like……..NO!!!! It can’t be, it’s……..AARRGHHHH……………Burp.

  • Luke said,

    I am not ‘frayed.

  • Yoda said,

    You will be…
    You will be…

  • Modran said,

    I’m on the rope here !!

  • Rampant Coyote said,

    Get off the rope.

    Get over to FrayedKnights.com

  • UDM said,

    A game this grand needs a boxed version. Get to it and then take moar of my monies!

  • sascha said,

    … and a 400 page manual! … at least!

  • slenkar said,

    my desktop is 1024×768 but it opens a window of 512xsomething and then in the error.log it says the desktop isnt big enough

  • Rampant Coyote said,

    Okay, here’s a quick-and-dirty fix while I try and get this dumb bug (which I *thought* I had fixed) sorted out…

    Open up the “prefs.cs” file and change the following values:

    $pref::Video::fullScreen = “0”;
    $pref::Video::resolution = “1024 768 32”;
    $pref::Video::windowedRes = “1024 768”;

    Sorry about that. I thought I’d fixed it – it worked on the machines that had previously had a problem with it – but apparently there are some drivers / screens / native resolutions that are giving us problems. Sorry you had to be one of the lucky ones.