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Trüberbrook Now Available!

Posted By: BrownEyedTigre

Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/12/19 01:15 PM

The adventure starts today on Steam, GOG and more!

Check out the launch trailer here.

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March 12th 2019, Dueren, Germany - Today is a day many adventure fans have long waited for: Trüberbrook is going to release globally on PC, Mac and Linux. Enjoy an adventurous vacation to a 1960's parallel universe! A Sci-Fi-Mystery Adventure Game with handmade scenery.

The mysterious adventure game will be available on Steam, GOG and other platforms for 29,99 € / 29,99 USD / 24,99 GBP, starting tomorrow (March 12th) it can be purchased with a 10% release discount.

The brand-new Launch Trailer will give you the last pieces of information you need for your relaxing journey to Trüberbrook. In addition, you will get a sense of the abnormal events that will take place in the small German health resort. Check it out now!

In mid April, console players may start their journey to Trüberbrook as well, it will be available digitally on PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One on April 17th. Collectors who would like to buy the retail version, which also includes its 24-page long travel guide, can purchase it two days later on April 19th.


Happy Gaming!

Ana
Posted By: Mad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/12/19 01:42 PM

Thank you, BrownEyedTigre. I really like the look of this - and if it has a "save when you want" system will definitely be visiting GOG to buy it !! dance
Posted By: Marian

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/12/19 03:36 PM

I would like to play this game - it looks very nice! Thanks, Ana. wave
Posted By: oldbroad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/12/19 04:21 PM

Thanks Ana.
Posted By: connie

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/13/19 11:27 AM

Thanks Ana.
Posted By: 8dognight

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/13/19 01:51 PM

I'm going to buy this. Without your notification I would never have known about Truberbrook which looks right up my alley.
Posted By: VRMpls2

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/14/19 08:00 AM

does anyone know if thei is point and click?
Posted By: Marian

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/14/19 08:06 AM

Originally Posted by VRMpls2
does anyone know if thei is point and click?


I believe that you can choose between point and click or a game controller.
Posted By: venus

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/14/19 11:49 AM

Thanks, Ana. I added it to my wishlist on GOG. thumbsup
Posted By: BrownEyedTigre

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/17/19 02:56 PM

Originally Posted by Mad
Thank you, BrownEyedTigre. I really like the look of this - and if it has a "save when you want" system will definitely be visiting GOG to buy it !! dance


No, but they are planning to do an update fixing that! It currently saves when it wants to and leaving players replaying certain parts because there is no way to know where it saves.

Ana wave
Posted By: Marian

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/17/19 03:07 PM

That's really good information, Ana - thanks for letting us know about the planned update. wave
Posted By: oldbroad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/17/19 04:51 PM

"no way to know where it saves"? That's bad. Usually there is some spinning circle in the corner or something.

Thanks for that info.
Posted By: Mad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/17/19 07:41 PM

Thanks for that news, BrownEyedTigre thumbsup

Hopefully the fix will enable a "save when you want" situation.

And, if it does, I will be off to GOG like a shot to buy the game laugh
Posted By: BrownEyedTigre

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/18/19 12:30 PM

Ok, to update the save feature post I made, rather than relying on others comments, here is the official response from the developers " Dear Ana,

The game has an auto-save function which saves the game every time you enter a new scene.

Beste greetings!"
Posted By: oldbroad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/18/19 08:14 PM

Cool. Thanks!
Posted By: Mad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/18/19 09:11 PM

Thanks very much for that extra info, BrownEyedTigre smile

Looks like I won't be going for the game then as I need to be able to save as and when I choose rolleyes

Really sad about that ....
Posted By: albadross

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/19/19 02:46 AM

Originally Posted by Mad
... I need to be able to save as and when I choose rolleyes

Really sad about that ....


If you can be bothered, there is a way round this that I have regularly used.

1. Find out where the game's save files are stored
2. Play the game and, whenever the scene changes or you want to make a save, quit the game
3. Compress the game's save files into a zipfile
4. Rename the zipfile to something meaningful to you, e.g. 01 the start.zip, 02 over the first hurdle.zip, etc
5. Continue with the game until you next want to save and repeat the process

If you want to use the save files, just extract them back to where they came from.

The Eyes of Ara has a similar 3-user save system as Truberbrook - yet I have over 40 saves spread out over my journey through that game
Posted By: Mad

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/19/19 08:11 PM

Thanks for that procedure guide, albadross. I have copied it and will keep it - just in case I have a change of heart and become desperate to play the game thumbsup
Posted By: dianne

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/20/19 03:25 AM

I just started Truberbrook and I have a few thought on it where are all the save game slots other wise I am really enjoying it . there isn't a walk through so at least not a text walkthrough. Dianne
Posted By: Marian

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/20/19 04:44 AM

Originally Posted by dianne
I just started Truberbrook and I have a few thought on it where are all the save game slots other wise I am really enjoying it . there isn't a walk through so at least not a text walkthrough. Dianne


A few posts up on this thread, Ana provided this information:

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The game has an auto-save function which saves the game every time you enter a new scene.
Posted By: Iurii

Re: Trüberbrook Now Available! - 03/21/19 04:38 AM

This game is actually very easy and short - and there are no ways to 'die', so a single automatic save is quite enough smile

It looks exceptionally pretty though, and the music is nice as well - but the story and the gameplay are rather oversimplified unfortunately.
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