Solar 2 Available Now on Mac!

That’s right! The Mac port of Solar 2 is done. It’s available now on Steam with a 66% discount until 27th of October! Get it now! (If you’ve already bought the Windows version on Steam the Mac version is available to you for free).

Non-Steam versions of the Mac port will be available soon (within a week hopefully) on my site. If you’re interested in that sign up to my twitter as I’ll do an alert there when those options are available.

In addition I can announce that the Linux version of Solar 2 is in final testing and will be available in the coming months!

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12 Responses to Solar 2 Available Now on Mac!

  1. Andrew says:

    Just got it through the Humble Indie Bundle. Doesn’t seem to actually load properly.

    Macbook Pro, OS 10.6.8, 2.2 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM.

  2. Joe says:

    Model Name: MacBook Pro
    Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
    OS: 10.6.8

    Won’t launch for me, either

    • Norman Lund says:

      Doesn’t launch for me either. It did before, and all I did was not use it for a while :( I really like this game, a lot.

      Model name: iMac 2010
      OS X 10.8.4
      processor: 3.2ghz intel core i3
      memory: 16GB

  3. James says:

    I couldn’t get it working either. I changed my mac security settings to allow unsigned applications to run and it works. To do this:

    1. Go to ‘System Preferences’
    2. Go to ‘Security & Privacy’
    3. Click the ‘General tab’
    4. Change ‘Allow apps downloaded from:’ to ‘Anywhere’ (You’ll need to click the padlock icon at the bottom left corner)

    Hope this helps.

  4. Julius says:

    Hi Irene!When you seal your wood canvas with Gesso you have to allow it to dry cllmpeteoy. I usually do multiple ones that way they are ready to go when I’m ready to paint on them.I usually do at least 2 layers of Gesso on all sides including the back (3 layers is ideal) for longevity.Once the Gesso is dry, then you can sketch on on it.I sketch on Vellum or Tracing paper first so all the erasing and corrections are done on that and not on the wood. Once I’m happy with the drawing then I transfer it using another piece of Velum that I have rubbed cllmpeteoy with a 4B pencil, you can purchase transfer paper, but I just make it my self.By transferring the drawing, you keep the Gesso clean and then begin to paint.If you do not want to deal with transferring, you can always add a layer of clear coat to the pencil sketch that is on the wood, let it dry and then start painting. The lead will be sealed and will not mix with your colors.I hope that helps.You’ve given me a nice idea for a blog post and I’ll be explaining it using pictures.Take careMaggie

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  8. You know what, I’m very much inclined to agree.

  9. I could watch Schindler’s List and still be happy after reading this.

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