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Greetings sorry to be a bother, but does this work for OSX? Or any apple products? And is there not a way to "tamper' with the files manually to make them applicable? just an F.Y.I I do own undertale on steam and I am aware steam files are limited to view in the OSX version. I apologize for my inconveniences.
read the README.txt fileYou need a paid and clean Undertale 1.08 version(from Steam or GOG or Windows Store) (no debug mode or language changes)This mod will NOT work with pirate/cracked version of Undertale
The mod worksread the README.txt fileYou need a paid and clean Undertale 1.08 version(from Steam or GOG or Windows Store) (no debug mode or language changes)This mod will NOT work with pirate/cracked version of Undertale
The final step if you use the manual installation method is to go to General on your drive and select Make a new shortcut from this virtual drive. Then select steam.exe, hit Next, name the shortcut, and hit Next one last time. Once that's done, hit Cancel to finish.
There are one or two final important things you'll need to do to get games installed. First, if you encounter a steamwebhelper.exe error that keeps popping up, go back to Install components and install HackSteam. You can safely ignore any other errors like VulcanDriver by clicking cancel or closing the window when it comes up. This shouldn't stop you from using the service.
It is possible to install mods by accessing the game directory directly. This method is often abused by pirates. However, manual installation overall enables the modding experience to many more Ravenfield players, such as those who purchased it from Humble, or Steam users who wish to ensure that their mods integrate before leaving it on the steam workshop.
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