Name: Quern – Undying Thoughts
Size: 3.09 GB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.9 or newer
Processor type(s) & speed: Core i3-2100
RAM minimum: 3 GB
Video RAM: 2GB
NVIDIA GTX 650 or AMD HD7770
Czech language is added!
An ingame map is now available to better find your way around the island. Just hit the M button as you wander
There is now an option to ask for hints in the game. Useful if you‘ve been stuck for hours with no further ideas on what to do.
We received quite a lot of feedback about useful items not being indistinguishable from ambience. Now there is an option to highlight interactable objects in the menu.
We fixed a long overdue bug where some letters and hints showed up in unreadable quality when viewed on low graphics settings.
We also worked on optimisation. The game should now be a little more forgiving for less powerful computers and run noticeably smoother.
We implemented a system check – if your computer is under the system requirements, the game will alert you and give you tips.
Various bug fixes.
A less noticeable change is that the game has been saturated ever so slightly, making it a little more colourful.
German, Italian, Russian and Spanish languages added!
Trading cards are now available!
We (hopefully) fixed the problem some OS X players experienced where the inventory and the letters menu were completely black.
Some of you requested the completely strange feature to be able to climb DOWN the ladders. Now it is possible.
Even less places to jump out of the world and get stuck.
Notebook images now don’t lose quality after loading the game.
Sad news for speedrunners: saving and loading during the first few seconds now doesn’t let you skip most of the game. Time to find new tricks
There is now an option to adjust the volume of your footsteps and jumps.
The swamp isles saves a bit more of your work in case you forgot something there and want to return later.
The ladder in the north shore now doesn’t look like you can put in a few axes and still be able to climb it.
Optimization of the Alchemy and Botany area
As some of you requested, we have added an option to enable vertical synchronization in the menu
Now you can change the default WASD movement keys – Go to your library, right-click Quern -> Properties -> Set launch options… -> type in: -show-screen-selector On the screen selector click “input” and change the keys to your liking!
The fourth quarter of the was a bit too difficult to find. We added a hint pointing out its location.
The … Yes, the one where you tried every combination upside down before figuring out you needed another hint. The existence of the other hint is now better indicated!
Who doesn’t reload the game after finishing it to see the other ending? The left side inventory is no longer stuck when reloading after completing the game.
Some of you who have jumped down the after loading the game, and tried to climb back up have experienced an unpleasant surprise of the ladder malfunctioning. Fixed.
The state of the lit/not that lit Crystal Lab is now saved properly.
Languages: English.český, Deutsch, español, français, magyar, italiano, русский
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Quern – Undying Thoughts is a first-person puzzle adventure game, inviting you on a journey to explore it and solve its challenges. Put your mind to the test with the increasingly complex puzzles, and unravel the mysteries of the island.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery of the island as you discover new places. Follow the hints of the past as you delve deeper into the story to understand the importance of your presence.
◆ Quern is a first-person puzzle adventure game with captivating story, beautiful graphics and atmospheric soundtrack to set the mood.
◆ Quern uses First Person controls, so the player can freely explore and wander around the island.
◆ The key to success is to understand the operating principles of the island.
◆ The game introduces reusable puzzle mechanics to the classic genre. The player grows to get to the bottom of each challenge, as it is essential to progress and immerse in the game’s world.
◆ An in-game notebook helps the player to memorize hints and picture connections of the island.