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Between the Worlds

January 24th, 2009 by andreyu

We received a release announcement for Between the Worlds, a hidden object style game:

Description:
A quiet American city has been struck by an inexplicable crime wave. As a seasoned detective, you are the city’s last hope. Gather clues as you seek objects hidden amidst 18 unexplored crime scenes, and decipher puzzles that lead ever closer to the criminal mastermind. The city is counting on you to scour each clue-filled alley and cave, and decode the secrets within as you discover a true sense of mystery and intrigue while travelling Between the Worlds!

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7 Responses to “Between the Worlds”

  1. vadi4 Says:

    Looks nice, but I get no sound.

    Emailed support…

  2. M1AU Says:

    Yep looks nice, but unfortunately also don’t get any sound.

    vadi4: can you share how to fix this problem after you solved it yourself or through the support?

  3. rumor Says:

    I got sound by starting the game with aoss /path/to/uspy

  4. andreyu Says:

    Between the Worlds uses SDL-mixer as sound engine. SDL-mixer should be compiled with vorbis support.

  5. vadi4 Says:

    Well thanks to some Debian developer who decided to “not uselessly link with -lvorbis -logg”, all ubuntu users have no sound.

    I’ll ask getdeb.net to build a fixed .deb for this.

  6. vadi4 Says:

    Here are the 32bit and 64bit .debs. I still get no sound though… see 32bit and 64bit build logs, libvorbis was linked.

  7. M1AU Says:

    Thanks for the update vadi4!

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