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KickStarter BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION - isometric post-apocalyptic adventure from STASIS developer

lightbane

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This might be an unusual request, but I this is the best place to ask.
I wanted to replay the game after updating my OS, cleaning up some stuff and reinstalling this game. I planned using a save set right at the ending area, so that I can enjoy the differences between playthroughs (as it seems DOES recognize you're playing again from the start, in some cases), but either my save didn't work, or I can't find the right save due the game's listing the saves in a very odd way. The point is that I would like to know if you guys can provide me a save placed at the endgame so that I can replay the game after completing it. I played it once and I don't wish to play the game two more times to see the differences. The idea was to see how do the final conversations change depending on the final "alignment level" your character ends up as.
There are Youtube videos with the game's different endings, but not the final section of the game (that temple whose name escapes me now), so that option won't work.
 

lightbane

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Sure - let me take a look through my stuff and see if I can find you a save thats at the end of the game. Do you have an email address I can send it to?
Sure, I'll give it through PM for safety concerns.
 
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Infinitron time to move this thread!
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Rafidur

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It's free on GoG.

I liked the cool alien setting and the characters, nice feeling of trying to make sense of an alien world, but the gameplay was 100% go to location A, get info/item, use it on location B, get info/item...
 

Anthedon

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Shadorwun: Hong Kong Divinity: Original Sin 2 Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire
Finally got around to playing Beautiful Desolation. Like Stasis, it's a very pretty game and has some intriguing worldbuilding going on. And much like Stasis, my only major critique is that it's too easy.

Give us some harder puzzles for Bone Totem, pretty please?
 

hello friend

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I'm on an actual spaceship. No joke.
Pyke I have a problem. Every time I visit the Agnate Outpost I just get a black screen. Can't bring up the menu. Got any ideas?

Also want to say great game. I think Pooch might be my favourite video game companion of all time.
 

hello friend

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I'm on an actual spaceship. No joke.
Send'd
 

hello friend

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I'm on an actual spaceship. No joke.
WHY DOES POOCH HATE ME : (((

ALL I DID WAS CRACK A FEW JOKES

Finished the game now. It really is a masterpiece, in my opinion. You African boys have reason to be proud.
 

Pyke

The Brotherhood
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WHY DOES POOCH HATE ME : (((

ALL I DID WAS CRACK A FEW JOKES

Finished the game now. It really is a masterpiece, in my opinion. You African boys have reason to be proud.

Thanks so much! And Pooch is a sensitive soul... :D
If you can, please leave a review on whichever platform you bought it! It really helps us!
 

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