for support please contact us via eMail with
a description of your system: firstname.lastname@example.org
or use the support form of Agger Interactive.
information about your hardware (CPU, RAM,
information about your operating system
information about the error or problem
The manual is stored in game folder /
Download manual (english): Manual - Eve of Destruction - Redux - EN
Decompress the downloaded file to any target folder.
You'll get 2 installer files: one for Win 32 and one for Win 64 Bit.
If you don't know your OS Bit rate right-click the computer icon / Properties and read
wich OS is installed.
Double-click the correct installer and follow the instructions.
It's recommended to create a desktop icon.
Uncompress the installation file to any folder your prefer.
It's compressed with 7-Z but any other packer may uncompress the file too.
Please make sure the file access rights are set to 755 so you can run the program.
Now there are 2 files In the target folder: x86 for 32 and x86_64 for 64 Bit Linux
You may skip the small intro after the start
right click the desktop icon
target: 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Eve of Destruction\Eve of Destruction.exe'
'C:\Program Files (x86)\Eve of Destruction\Eve of Destruction.exe' -skipintro
You may increase the performance for older PC
or systems with performance issues by doing the following:
disable shadows. decrease the visual range, disable wind, details and sounddetails in
Select a lower screen resolution and a lower graphics quality.
Game won't start
If you've edited the settings manually, a
little mistake can cause crashes for the game.
Also a corrupt settings file can make the game crashing.
If you delete the settings folder you will be able to repair this, but don't forget: the
highscores get lost.
The settings are stored in:
C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\LocalLow\Agger Interactive\Eve of Destruction
(Linux: root | .config | unity3d | Agger Interactive | Eve of Destruction)
Mouse offset in Linux
In some Linux distributions the mouse may be
offset in the menu.
Atm. there's no other solution for this problem but a workaround:
- start the game in windowed mode
- go to options/graphics and switch to windowed and back to fullscreen
The mouse should be correct now.
- 32 Bit systems may get out of memory after
a long time of play and loading a lot of maps.
Unfortunatelly there's no solution for this problem but you may upgrade your system
to 64 Bit and 4GB of RAM (more is better).