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In Topic: [InDev 32b / Windows] Steam does not realize when users closes the game

10 February 2019 - 12:57 PM

Did the game crash, or did you close out of it normally?

If crashed, it likely opened up the crashlog in notepad or whatever your default text editor is, and steam thinks that's the game itself, cause the game launched it.


If not, steam wonkiness :(

In Topic: [InDev 32 Unstable 2d / Mac OS X] invulnerable spectre

30 January 2019 - 03:26 AM

A save rollback is the only way to save the village, unless you've already pushed the backup saves past the point the bug occurred in the first place.

In Topic: [InDev 31e / Windows 10 Pro] - Yesterday's Save Is Now Corrupted

28 January 2019 - 03:51 PM

Copy paste of Ray's reply to a similar issue on steam forums:


If it happens literally every single time you turn on the game, it may be an issue with a third party application interfering with Java or RtR. What version of RtR are you running? You could try your luck running the Unstable/Beta branch, if you're not already.

As for the corruption itself; what are your specs, what third party apps are running in the background? You can try turning off your virus scanner, malware scanner, etc and see if it still persists.


 Log tells us the game version, at least.

Steam cloud should be disabled for this game, on the game's side, as there was an issue with it eating saves entirely. As far as I'm aware Ray hasn't reenabled it for the game.

In Topic: Flying Space

20 January 2019 - 01:53 PM

Not a bug. That's what happens when something winds up on impassible terrain, they slowly walk off it towards passable terrain.

In Topic: [1-11-2019/InDev 31e/Win7] Game Crashes When Loading Particle Module on World...

12 January 2019 - 12:01 PM

That's looking like some save data went bad.


To load a backup of your region data:
1. Open profiles/profileX/saves/worldMap/WorldMaps/
2. Open the folder for the last region you played on.
3. Delete the "1" folder corresponding with the game mode you play on (eg: survival1, traditional1, etc)
4. Restart the game!

To load a backup of your world data:
1. Open profiles/profileX/saves/worldMap/gameMode/WorldMapData/ (Where "gameMode" is the game mode you play in)
3. Delete the "1" folder.
4. Restart the game!


One of those should fix. Depending on when it went bad, may need to go farther back than the 1 folder.