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Super Bogus World 2
A downloadable grame suite for Windows and Linux
"Genius!" - David Helgason (Unity cofounder), on Twitter
SUPER BOGUS WORLD 2 is a maximalist minigrame collection developed from 2014-2020 in collaboration with longtime friend and mentor, the Oddwarg! The game features loosely-connected and highly-varied subgames that communicate a story starring recurring characters.
- Simulations of the mundane
- Hardcore retro gameing experience's
- Fraternal feuds
- Nudist drummer
- Virtual pet
- Mine craft
This project has been released as freeware due to its artistic nudity, which violates PayPal's terms of service, and heavy "fair use" nature. However, donations are highly recommended and appreciated.
Indeed! When goals are met, we will patch the game with additional content:
|$1250||1 new grame|
|$2250||1 new grame|
You can listen to the official soundtrack here.
Help, the game doesn't work when I stream!
First, be a good scientist and confirm the game works without any streaming software. Then use one of the following configurations:
- If using Discord for Windows desktop, you need to use display capture.
- If using Discord for Chrome, you can use window or display capture.
- If using OBS for Windows, you need to use window or display capture.
|Updated||14 days ago|
|Made with||Blender, Audacity, Paint.net|
|Tags||bogus, borgus, collection, drummer, grame, hubol, minigame, minigrame, oddwarg, worms|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Links||Homepage, Twitter, Soundtrack|
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I think Oddwarg fixed this in the launcher. You'll need to redownload from itch and try to run again. Good luck.
Thanks, yeah, I have no idea why. If you use java 8 it will be fine. Hope you enjoyed your time.
macOS note: Hubolauncher app crashes after hitting "Launch Game" but works by launching ~/Hubol+Oddwarg_SBWII/SBWII.jar
I think I know why this is but it's 100% unsupported so I'm not gonna sweat it.
It happens to crash on startup for me, on Linux; here's the logs: https://gist.github.com/catern/e73dfed206c672c3ebc2d04e88a461b5
Hi. This log doesn't have anything good in it because of another bug. I have updated the game to fix this. It will not run still but at least we can actually troubleshoot it.
OK, ran again and updated to build 80, got a suspiciously similar exception though: https://gist.github.com/catern/402db2b0e9051a0f08ed9356cb0db532
I accidentally uploaded the wrong binary. Now I probably uploaded the correct one. Maybe now we will get a legit stack.
I got the "The game crashed and cannot recover. Do you want to send an error report?" dialog this time. But when I closed the "Once you close this message, your clipboard will be set to the error report text" dialog, my clipboard didn't actually contain any error report text. Hopefully that error report text is just the logs? Which are here: https://gist.github.com/catern/a771c4469534ae9c5e7688b68f9dc785
Nah, the error report is some other thing. Clipboard thing is funny. Anyway, I received the report because you presumably hit the yes button for the send question. I will have oddwarg investigate the cause of the crash.
OK. From the stack trace, it appears you are missing a native dependency: libXxf86vm.so
I do not know what that is. It seems like you are running an interesting version of linux so maybe you know what that is.
I wouldn't be surprised if you are missing other native dependencies. I added a crude message that is displayed when this kind of error is detected. Good luck?
the game of all time
One of the Videos Grame of 2020
this game is totally unreal. there's so much stuff in here, so many weird meta jokes and twists and fake outs, so many fun games, so many times you think it's over and then BAM your dead cyborg brother comes back to life and challenges you to farm fruit for him
big grame energy
The first game ever