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    [beta]run

    Hello everyone!

    Finally we released the Open Beta of our game RUN!

    Here is the download link:

    -> http://tinyurl.com/omoembt
    or
    -> https://mega.co.nz/#!ttR0VDwZ!tuFtEu...x8-SYSIqqtXpeM

    Please send any feedback at contact@torchgames.

    Check out our facebook page for news too
    https://www.facebook.com/torchgamesstudio


    Cheers!
    Torch Games FB
    Torch Games WebSite

    #2
    Could you post some screen shots and a description of the game genre, possibly it's back story, if it's mp or sp, coop... you know, something to get an idea of what I'm going to be downloading?

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      #3
      I thought the same thing. Found this through their website...



      Looks pretty cool.
      -TorQueMoD
      www.torquemod.com

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        #4
        Sorry guys, about the lack of information.

        I'd like to invite you to check our website: http://www.torchgames.net/#!run/cklj
        You can find more info about RUN
        Torch Games FB
        Torch Games WebSite

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          #5
          Tried it out! Good job! Im really new to UE4 and I would also like to showcase my game/architectural model but I dont know how to make and .exe file and a install wizard with vc 2013. Can you point me to some documentation and perhaps tutorials?

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            #6
            Thanks Schmidt!

            You should take a look at the documentation: https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...ing/index.html
            Hope it helps
            Torch Games FB
            Torch Games WebSite

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              #7
              Thanks! I should have told you that i already read that documentation and I should have been more specific in my question. What i actually want to know is how you achieved such a foolproof download and installation of the game? I can see that you made an Setup.exe file and that you included installing visual studio as an option. I would love to know how you did that? I think its a very foolproof way to ensure that people are able to run your game even when they don't have UE dependencies (visual studio) installed already.

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                #8
                Looks interesting, I'll try it out soon

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