- New Characters
- Updated Puzzles
- Bug Fixes
This release of Looking Glass brings a new gallery with many exciting new characters and props.Updated Puzzles
The puzzles have been updated to make some of them easier to understand.Bug Fixes
This release of Looking Glass addresses a number of bugs -- some major and some minor -- including problems with the application locking up when playing a world.
As always, we love feedback. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have difficulty using the windows installer, try using the self-contained zip file. Just download, unzip, and then double click Looking Glass.exe. This option is great if you want to use Looking Glass on school or shared computers!
Mac OS X
Open the disk image and drag and drop Looking Glass to the Applications folder. If you cannot drag and drop Looking Glass to the Applications folder you can drag and drop into any folder, like your Desktop. If you are running Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) you may need to right or control-click on the application and select 'open'.
- Looking Glass requires VLC, and FFmpeg with webm support. You may need to enable the free RPM Fusion software repository to use Looking Glass within Fedora.
- In order for Looking Glass to work properly you will need to upgrade your version of ffmpeg if running on Ubuntu/Debian. Please follow the directions here to correctly install ffmpeg.
You can download the source code for this release from our Github page.
Warning: This is an unsupported sneak peak release of Looking Glass. We do our best to make sure everything works, however, use this release at your own risk.