Alien Isolation 1.0.1

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I tried the solution from the wiki where I had to symlink the library and then this came up

[email protected] ..m/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin % ./AlienIsolation
./AlienIsolation: /usr/lib/libldap_r-2.4.so.2: no version information available (required by /home/sirx/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin/../lib/x86_64/libcurl.so.4)
./AlienIsolation: /usr/lib/liblber-2.4.so.2: no version information available (required by /home/sirx/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin/../lib/x86_64/libcurl.so.4)
./AlienIsolation: /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0: version `OPENSSL_1.0.1' not found (required by /home/sirx/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin/../lib/x86_64/libcurl.so.4)
./AlienIsolation: /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0: version `OPENSSL_1.0.0' not found (required by /home/sirx/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin/../lib/x86_64/libcurl.so.4)
./AlienIsolation: /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.0: version `OPENSSL_1.0.0' not found (required by /home/sirx/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Alien Isolation/bin/../lib/x86_64/libcurl.so.4)

RPCS3 v0.0.16-12407 4K IR Alien: Isolation™. Razor's Edge 1.0.1. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor. And join one of thousands of communities. The Alien creature appears, abruptly ending the conversation as it kills Axel before it goes back into a vent with his dead body. Objective: Reach the transit station Escape the area and take the transit car to the SysTech Spire This is the first time the Alien can actually kill you. An Alien Isolation Report.txt file. This contains: An Apple System Report of your Mac; Any crash logs that exist for Alien: Isolation; A list of the game's contents; All the information required can be obtained by opening Alien: Isolation and clicking on the Support tab in the Alien: Isolation pre-game Options window.

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Originally developed byThe Creative Assembly
Developed for Mac by Feral Interactive Limited
Published for Mac by Feral Interactive Limited

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

This document is intended to help you answer any questions that you may have about Alien: Isolation™

  1. Does Alien: Isolation support achievements?

    Yes, achievements are supported by Alien: Isolation.

    If you are signed in to Steam, your achievements will be visible to you in-game and also to other players through the Steam application.

  2. How do I obtain DLC?

    All available DLC for Alien: Isolation can be purchased from the game's page on the Steam store:

    To purchase your chosen DLC, follow the on-screen instructions.

    If you have purchased Alien: Isolation – The Collection, you already own all the released DLC content.

  3. How do I access DLC?

    Once purchased, you can access DLC as detailed below.

    Survivor mode maps
    The Trigger, Lost Contact, Safe Haven, Corporate Lockdown and Trauma all add new maps to survivor mode.

    To play survivor mode maps, select Play GameSurvivor Mode from the Main Menu. Use the arrows in the top-left of the screen to switch between different maps.

    New playable characters
    Some DLC packs add new playable characters to survivor mode.

    You'll be given the chance to pick which character you'd like to play when you start a map in survivor mode. Not all characters are available on all maps.

    Crew Expendable
    Crew Expendable is a short story mode that is separate from the main story.

    To play Crew Expendable, select Play GameCrew Expendable from the Main Menu.

    Last Survivor
    Last Survivor is a short story mode that is separate from the main story.

    To play Last Survivor, select Play GameLast Survivor from the Main Menu.

  4. Can I play Alien: Isolation with a gamepad?

    Yes.

    The gamepads in the following list have been tested and are supported by Alien: Isolation:

    • Afterglow AP2 PS3
    • Alienware Dual Compatible
    • Belkin Nostromo 45
    • Big Ben
    • Big Ben 360 controller
    • DragonRise
    • GameStop Wireless Controller PS3
    • Gioteck GC-2
    • GPad Pro
    • Green Asia
    • JC-U1012F Holtek
    • Jess Tech 3 in 1
    • Joytek Xbox 360 controller
    • Joytron Hybrion JTPC-108
    • Logic 3 PowerPad
    • Logitech Cordless Precision PS3
    • Logitech Dual Action
    • Logitech F310
    • Logitech F510
    • Logitech F710
    • Logitech RumblePad 2
    • Logitech RumblePad 2 Cordless
    • Macally iShock
    • Macally iShock II
    • Macally iShockX
    • MadCatz
    • MadCatz 360 controller
    • MadCatz Cordless
    • MadCatz MicroCon 360 controller
    • MadCatz Pro 360 controller
    • MaxFire Blaze3
    • Mayflash Wii Classic Controller
    • Mega World Impact
    • Mega World X6-38V
    • NYKO AirFlow
    • NYKO Core Controller
    • PDP Afterglow GameStop PS3
    • PS1 DualShock
    • PS2 DualShock
    • PS3 Batarang
    • PS3 DualShock
    • PS3 Sixaxis
    • PS4 DualShock
    • Saitek P380v1
    • Saitek P380v2
    • Saitek P480
    • Saitek P580
    • Saitek P990
    • Saitek P2500
    • Saitek P2700
    • Saitek P3200
    • Saitek PS1000
    • SpeedLink 6555
    • SpeedLink6708
    • StarTec
    • Thrustmaster 3 in 1
    • Thrustmaster Firestorm Dual
    • Trust Dual Stick
    • TSZ Pelican 360 controller
    • Unimax DragonRise
    • Xbox 360 wired controller
    • Xbox 360 wireless controller
    • Xbox One controller (connected via USB)


    If your gamepad is not on the list, email [email protected] and our support team will reply to you with a request for information about your device. Once we have this information, a gamepad support file will be created and emailed to you.

    Once created, this gamepad support file will be used in all future games and updates - so you will not only be helping us get your device working; you will also help all other owners of the same device who play Feral games!

  5. Are there any gamepads that are recognized but unsupported?

    Yes.

    The following gamepads will be recognized by the game, but do not have enough buttons or analog controls to support all the possible in-game controls, meaning some in-game tasks will require the keyboard or mouse:

    • Gravis Eliminator
    • Gravis Gamepad Pro
    • Gravis Xterminator
    • iBuffalo SNES pad
    • Logic 3
    • Logitech Extreme 3D Pro
    • Logitech Precision
    • Logitech RumblePad
    • Logitech RumblePad Cordless
    • Macally Airstick
    • Microsoft Sidewinder
    • Microsoft Sidewinder Gamepad Pro
    • Saitek P880
    • Thrustmaster 2 in 1
    • Thrustmaster Dual Analog 3.2


  6. How do I aim and fire at the same time using my Magic Mouse or Trackpad?

    If you are using a Magic Mouse or Trackpad, you cannot click the Left Mouse button while holding down the Right Mouse button. This means that you cannot aim and fire using only your mouse.

    Instead, you can aim by holding down the Control (ctrl) key. You'll then be able to fire using the Left Mouse button as normal.

    If you prefer, you can change the key bindings for aiming and firing. You can customize your keyboard configuration by selecting OptionsGameInput Mapping from the Main Menu.

  7. During the first mission, I cannot talk to Taylor because the doors leading to her are locked. How do I reach Taylor?

    When you start the game, there is a small chance that the doors leading to the galley, where Taylor can be found, will be locked. This prevents you from completing the first mission.

    If you encounter this problem, you should restart the game and play through the first mission again.

    Some players report that the problem is less likely to occur if you complete your first objectives in the following order:

    1. Get dressed
    2. Speak to Taylor
    3. Speak to Samuels


    You should also make sure to listen to the entire conversation with each character before leaving them.

  8. How do I switch my pad to the correct mode?

    Some gamepads support both DirectInput and XInput modes. These gamepads can be identified by a switch on them that has two options, “D” (DirectInput) and “X” (XInput).

    To play Alien: Isolation a gamepad must be supported and set to DirectInput mode.

    Currently supported devices that have this switch are:

    • Logitech F310
    • Logitech F510
    • Logitech F710


    If your gamepad has the switch and is not on this list, you will not be able to use it to play Alien: Isolation without a pad support file. To obtain one, email [email protected] and our support team will reply to you with a request for information about your device. Once we have this information, we can usually create a gamepad support file and email it to you.

    To switch the gamepad to DirectInput mode, follow these instructions:

    1. If the Alien: Isolation application is running, close it.

    2. Unplug the gamepad (or wireless receiver, if the gamepad is wireless).

    3. Turn the switch on the pad to “D”.

    4. Plug the pad or wireless receiver back in.

    5. Restart the Alien: Isolation application.

    You will now be able to play Alien: Isolation with the gamepad.

  9. Can I play Alien: Isolation using my Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad?

    Yes.

    However, you must first enable the secondary click function on your mouse or trackpad. This will enable you to perform a right-click by clicking the right-hand side of your mouse or trackpad.

    To do this, follow these instructions:

    1. Open System Preferences ( MenuSystem Preferences).

    2. Select Mouse or Trackpad (depending on which you are using).

    3. Select the Point & Click tab.

    4. Check the Secondary Click checkbox.

  10. Magic Mouse and Trackpad gestures interfere with the game. How do I disable them?

    Finger 'gestures', which are used by Magic Mice and Trackpads to switch between windows and applications, can disrupt your game if used inadvertently.

    To disable them, follow these instructions:

    1. Open System Preferences ( MenuSystem Preferences).

    2. Click on Mouse or Trackpad (depending on which you are using).

    3. Select the More Gestures tab.

    4. Uncheck all the checkboxes.

  11. How do I stop the dock, notifications and the desktop cursor from appearing while I'm playing Alien: Isolation?

    The dock or notifications may occasionally appear while you are playing Alien: Isolation, or the desktop cursor may replace the game cursor. This can disrupt a game.

    You can prevent them from occurring by checking the Hide the Dock (disables notifications) checkbox in the Alien: Isolation pre-game Options window. To do so, follow these steps:

    1. From the Alien: Isolation pre-game Options window, select the Display tab.

    2. Check the Hide the Dock (disables notifications) checkbox.

  12. Can I run Alien: Isolation in windowed mode?

    Yes.

    To run Alien: Isolation in windowed mode, follow these instructions:

    1. From the Alien: Isolation pre-game Options window, select the Display tab.

    2. Check the Run in a window checkbox.

    3. Click the Play button. The game will start in windowed mode.

    NOTE: Enabling windowed mode may decrease the game's performance.

  13. Is Alien: Isolation optimized for Retina displays?

    Yes.

    If you have a Retina display, you will be able to take advantage of the extra pixels by running Alien: Isolation in native resolution. This means that the game will display one pixel for every pixel on your display.

    To do this, follow these instructions:

    1. From the Alien: Isolation pre-game Options window, select the Display tab.

    2. Select the largest resolution from the Resolution drop-down menu to play the game in native Retina resolution.

    3. Click the Play button. The game will start in native Retina resolution.

    NOTE: In many cases, increasing your game's resolution will impact upon its performance. For tips on improving performance, read the Performance Tips point in the ReadMe.

  14. Why does music in iTunes pause when I start playing Alien: Isolation?

    By default, music playing in iTunes will be paused when you start playing Alien: Isolation.

    To turn this feature off, follow the steps below:

    1. Double-click on the Alien: Isolation application icon. The pre-game Options window will appear.

    2. Select the Extras tab.

    3. Uncheck the Pause iTunes while playing Alien: Isolation checkbox.

    4. Select the Play button to start playing.

    To turn this feature back on at a later date, simply check the Pause iTunes while playing Alien: Isolation checkbox and then select the Play button.

  15. Where are my saved games stored?

    Your saved games are stored in your game's preferences folder.

    To open this folder, click the Open Preferences Folder button in the Support tab of the pre-game Options window.

    You can also navigate to the preferences folder manually. It is stored in the Feral Interactive folder in your computer's ~/Library/Application Support folder (where the '~' symbol refers to your home directory).

    By default, the Library folder is hidden from your Finder. To open it, follow these instructions:

    1. Open the Finder.

    2. Open the Go menu from the main toolbar.

    3. Hold down the Alt (⌥) key. The Library option will appear.

    4. Click on the Library option. The Library folder will open in your Finder.

  16. How do I take screenshots in Alien: Isolation?

    To take screenshots while playing Alien: Isolation you should use the following key command:

    Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + P

    When you press all three keys at once, a single image of the on-screen contents will be saved in the Feral Interactive folder in your computer's ~/Pictures folder (the '~' symbol refers to your home directory).

    The JPEG image contains metadata in a string in the following format.

    GameName/Version Number (OS Version; CPU Speed; Installed RAM; Video RAM; Current Graphics Card)

    For example in Alien: Isolation the string might look a little like this:

    Alien Isolation/1.0 (macOS 10.13.4; 3.0; 8.0; 4.0; AMD Radeon R9 M395X)

    This information can be easily removed by exporting the screenshot into a different format using Preview or another image editing tool.

    NOTE: None of the metadata stored can be used to identify the user.

  17. Can I play this game on a case-sensitive file system?

    No. Alien: Isolation has been tested with the basic formatting option for Mac OS X, which is HFS+. This system is not case-sensitive and identifies files by name without checking capitalization.

    The capitalization of filenames is not consistent throughout the game. While this will not always prevent the game from running on case-sensitive file systems, it may lead to crashes and other unpredictable behaviour.

    If you have to run a case-sensitive setup and you experience problems with Alien: Isolation, please install the game on a standard formatted partition or read/write disk image. In most cases this will allow you to play the game on your machine.

  18. Alien: Isolation runs slowly on my computer. Is there anything I can do to increase the speed?

    There are several factors which have an impact on the speed at which Alien: Isolation runs. Please see the Alien: Isolation Performance Tips section in the ReadMe for ways to increase the speed at which the game runs on your computer.

  19. How do I get technical support for Alien: Isolation?

    Please read the technical support information in the ReadMe; this tells you what to check and if necessary, how to contact Feral Technical Support with your issue.

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