Our game can be purchased from either Humble or Steam. If you purchased using the Humble widget on our site and have yet to receive a key, please try Humble's key resender tool here.
Perform an integrity check on your game to make sure the game was downloaded properly. This is a quick way to resolve a lot of common problems. You can find instructions on how to perform an integrity check here..
Please make sure that you are running the latest Oculus software found here. Note that VR is not supported on Mac OS X.
If you are running from Steam or the non-DRM version you will need to enable Unknown Sources in Oculus Home. To do this follow the instructions here.
Make sure that your graphics card drivers are up to date and that you can run other content properly from Oculus Home.
If you are still having problems, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you the best we can.
There is a "Second Screen: Mirror" option found in the Graphics settings that can be turned on for broadcasting gameplay. You can also view the manual on the desktop window by switching the Second Screen to "Manual".
Open Oculus Home in Desktop (2D) mode. Go to your Library and find Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes under the Installed section. Right click on the icon and choose Start in Desktop Mode.
One of the most common causes for this is a lack of recent video card drivers. Please ensure you have updated your drivers recently. If you need instructions on how to do this, please see this page.
Please disable any third-party overlays, such as FPS counters. The most common one is AMD's Raptr Gaming Evolved overlay, which often gets installed as part of your video card driver update. You can find instructions to disable the Raptr overlay here.
If you do not have any overlays enabled and are using an AMD mobile graphics chip, you may be able to resolve the problem using the steps found here.
Are you running Windows? The 2017 Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has caused users with certain graphics cards to experience this problem with Unity games. Changing the scaling mode of the graphics drivers has fixed this problem for many players.
Please keep in mind that we are a small team with limited Linux knowledge. We've tested the game in Ubuntu 16.04 and SteamOS. If you are using a different distribution or have an uncommon configuration, you will probably need to rely on the Linux community for support.
Note: The Linux version doesn't support VR but it has all of the other game features including mod support through the Steam Workshop.
That's not good! Please look for logs in the following locations:
There are two logs files we need. Here's where to find them based on where you got the game:
It would also be incredibly helpful to have a DXDiag file:
Send the logs (if any), your DxDiag file, and a description of your problem to email@example.com and we'll help you out.
Use the menu in Finder to select "Go" -> "Go To Folder..." and look for the following:
Send the logs (if any) and a description of your problem to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you out.
Here is where the log file is under Linux
Send the log and a description of your problem to email@example.com and we'll help you out.
A mod is a modification to the game created by the community rather than the game's developers. It adds new content to the game such as new modules, bomb casings, missions and more.
You can access the mod manual pages in-game by opening the mod brochure on the desk. In the top right of the mod brochure, select “Mod Manual Folder”. A window will open select the “ModsOnlyManual.pdf” to view the mod manual pages.
You can find our mod kit with information on how to get started here.
All PC and Mac versions of the game including the Humble and Oculus Store versions support modding, but the Steam Workshop is necessary to find community made mods and is only available in the Steam version. Android and PS4 are unable to support mods due to technical restrictions.
Mods are created by members of the community. Unfortunately, that means we can't provide technical support for any issues you are experiencing with them. Each steam workshop item has a comments section where you can describe issues you are having with a given mod.
You can manually delete mods by logging into the Steam through your web browser or desktop app.