In the name of avoiding a possible legal action related to my non-existing game, i will be reposting this here for the convenience of the viewer. It seems that the game is not fully installed on the PC.
This is a problem that arises on a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, and Web. This may be a matter of a failing file system, or perhaps the game is not yet fully downloaded to the PC. I have not had a chance to check yet, but I’m going to assume the latter.
The good news is that this problem can be fixed in the game’s settings. In the game’s main menu, near the bottom, you can click “Load game…” then wait and it will ask you to restart the process.
The only way to know for sure is to re download the game. So go ahead and do it.
It would be better if you could get it to work on your own PC, but as long as your computer is up and running, you should be able to download it.
I don’t know what else is going on, but I would love to hear about it.
The problem is that the game is being built to run on a Windows 7 PC, but the game uses a Windows XP PC (which I believe is supported by Steam). So when a game is built for Windows XP, the game works, but when it runs on Windows 7, it doesn’t work.
In a sense, this is a little bit of an issue with Steam’s support for Windows XP (and I think even Windows Vista), but it’s not the end of the world. As a workaround, you can use an emulator to run the game on an older Windows version. (The emulator I use is FreeDOS. FreeDOS is the first and only emulator that I’ve actually used that runs the game on a Windows XP PC.
So if you have a Windows XP workstation and have downloaded the game on your PC and the game wont play properly, you can use FreeDOS to run the game. After you download the game on your Windows XP PC, you can copy it to the FreeDOS folder and then run it from there.
Of course, you can also use an emulator that runs Windows Vista, XP, or even Windows 7.