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It has been working for many people, and not working for many as well (you can see the other comments here). There could be a number of factors involved such as whether you have properly cracked the game in the first place or not, etc.. It definitely worked for me quite easily and if you follow the guide properly, you should achieve this too. Give it a better try!
Just bought and downloaded the game on release, launching it instantly gives me an error message explaining there has been a crash and a crash report has been saved. I tried the usual steps, restarting PC, running as admin, verifying game files.
Also, I noticed something special about the Ylands installation that's different from the usual Steam installation process:After downloading, upon first launching the application, normally I would get a Steam window popup, saying its installing VCRedist and I believe DirectX too, before launching the game itself. This hasn't happened on any of the installs I tried to run for Ylands. Is this normal behaviour?
can I still get a trial version somewhere? I'd like to try it out in one way or another. Also wonder if a crack might work. Is it still illegal to crack a game if I paid the creators for it? I mean, that's a base question I have, would other versions of the game work.
When playing the game under Windows, the downloaded file must be unzipped to a folder on your hard drive from which the executable file can be launched. The game takes advantage of your Windows screen reader, or the game can be self-voicing if a screen reader isn't active. If you're using JAWS as your screen reader, you will want to use the I and K keys to play the game, instead of the Up and Down Arrows.
Finally, when you purchase Mine Racer, you are issued a unique set of links for your copy of the game, and these links eventually expire. That means that if a new update to the game is released, you will need to contact the game developers in order to be able to download the game once again. Perhaps a registration code might be issued in future, so that players can have access to new versions of the game at any time.
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