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You've patched in to the enemy's security system: get ready to make your plan. Frozen Synapse is the ultimate strategy game: you have full control over your strike team, directing their every movement. At the same time, your opponent is plotting to defeat you. Plan your moves, then hit the "Execute" button: both you and your enemy's turns are executed simultaneously. Bite-size, hardcore strategy with a striking sci-fi aesthetic.

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  • vollbio vollbio

    A Demo for Linux machines would be nice... :-/

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  • faceless666 faceless666

    Hi, I bought Frozen Synapse (but not through desura). Anyway I use Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit and I can't get pass the tutorial. There seems to be some problem when I drag a waypoint, the lines just get broken and I can't progress. How can I solve this?
    Thanks in advance

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  • BluePotato BluePotato

    A question: when you buy Frozen Synapse Complete Pack do you get two copies of the Red DLC? Please answer within 15 hours ;-)

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    • acesim acesim

      asked my friend because i sent him a copy today. he said no

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  • RaverX3X RaverX3X

    For Unbuntu 12.04 lts users
    To get sound back in the game

    find . -iname 'libopenal.so.1'

    Has to be ran from terminal and at / directory

    If you cannot find it at all on system
    sudo apt-get install libopena10a

    then run this command
    ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libopenal.so.1 /home/YOUR USER NAME/FrozenSynapse/lib/libopenal.so

    that will fix the audio issue

    if that doesnt work run this

    sudo su apt-get install libopenal-dev

    both of those will get you the requiredlibs for audio ENJOY

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    • Riboshom Riboshom

      I'd rather recommand :
      locate libopenal.so.1 | grep /usr/lib

      and if that line returs something, go ahead and type this :
      ln -s `locate libopenal.so.1 | grep /usr/lib | head -1` /home/$USER/FrozenSynapse/lib/libopenal.so

      Otherwise, install the package:
      sudo apt-get install libopenal-dev

      Little corrections that make it easier, faster, and more automagic.

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      • RaverX3X RaverX3X

        the issuewith that is libopenal1.so.1 is no longerlocated in the libfolder on a new install or upgrade its been moved to the i386and x64 respective directories u cant of course use the 64 bit version of that lib so i linked the default 32 bit location..Even if you were to do a fresh install of the libopen files it will no longer install to lib folder unless u unpacked it yourself..
        The issue people were having with it even tho they linked the library from the lib folder to the frozensnydicate folder waas the fact it wasnt there so u just make a broken link.

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      • Riboshom Riboshom

        PS (can't edit) : This may not work depending on where you installed desura. If so, just change /home/$USER/stuff by the path of your desura folder followed by "common/frozen-synapse".

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      • RaverX3X RaverX3X

        your right thanks for catching that lol... I got mine though them directly so i had it installed before Desura for linux.

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