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Forge's Chapter One has been released on the 16th of December 2013!
Read more in the Winter Update 2013.
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1  Everything Forge / Discussion - Chapter One / Re: Windows Technical Support on: February 20, 2015, 07:52:16 PM
I feel like an idiot, but how to I run this game? I used the installer version for version 1.0. This time, when I extract the files, I just get a single file called "Forge_Chapter_One_1.1_No_Installer" and Windows doesn't know how to run it. If I rename it to add .exe at the end, it says my version of Windows is incompatible....

EDIT: NM. Figured it out. If anyone else ever has the problem, I had to also extract from"Forge_Chapter_One_1.1_No_Installer" to get the real folder with all the game files. It didn't have the ".tar" extension like the initial file so it threw me off.
2  Everything Forge / Updates & News / Re: One year later... (New Year 2015 Update) on: February 20, 2015, 05:10:43 PM
Dude, this is good news. Sorry about the financial struggles, but I'm glad to see that project is still alive. I can't wait to replay Chapter 1!!!!
3  Everything Forge / Discussion - Chapter One / Re: Forge: Chapter One - Discussion & Feedback on: August 02, 2014, 09:10:33 AM
OK, no news since January has me worried. Is Disney's acquisition of LucasArts causing an issue? Is this project still rolling? Please, give us some news!!!!
4  Everything Forge / Discussion - Chapter One / Re: Forge: Chapter One - Discussion & Feedback on: April 12, 2014, 01:41:28 AM
Well, the sad thing is I'm between jobs, and being unemployed sucks! On the other hand, I recently played Loom for the first time in over a decade. I was a little rusty, so I looked up an FAQ. The FAQ also made me aware of this project. I downloaded the demo and played it all the way through. I just have to say that you are AWESOME for doing this! The decision to keep it retro is 100% right. I (personally) like that you're keeping it in the spirit of the CD-ROM version because that's the one I grew up with. I may report more critically in the troubleshooting forums, but, overall, this project is BOSS! Keep up the good work!

I agree with those who say the old lady doesn't sound old, and that the tombstone puzzle is too much. But, outside of those things, the game is top-notch!!!!
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