Klaus is lost and alone. Who? Where? Why? He doesn't know anything. Only you can help him find the truth. Join Klaus and K1 - a friendly brute - as you explore this puzzle platform game based on precision, through a geometric kaleidoscopic world with high contrast and pop art.
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February 18

Issues with languages and Save Files - Patch 02/18/2019

Yesterday we uploaded a patch that added support the Nvidia Shield Controller but we missed enabling the steam connection. Now we fixed it with this new patch so all the languages are now enabled. These might caused three issues

Your save files didn't show the current level
This happened because the game wasn't connected with steam. This patch should solve your issue.

You started playing the game on Sunday and now the progress is gone
Now that the game connects to steam, it can save your game taking in mind your user id to connect to steam cloud.

Go to
%USERPROFILE%/AppData/LocalLow/La Cosa Entertainment/KLAUS/
You will find a KLAUS_SAVE_DATA.sav. Move this file to the folder with a big number (that's your steam ID)

The game only shows English language
This new patch fixed this issue.

If you're still having some issues. Email me at vvelasco@la-cosa.net

Thanks to Unger Wolfgang for letting us know about the issue
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February 6

Patch 02/06/2019

We recently uploaded a patch fixing some languages issues for German and Russian and fixed a sound volume setup at the beginning of each scene.
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Reviews

“I can recall many times I involuntarily smiled as I saw what the level designers came up with. Those exhilarating moments of discovery and excitement – the moment you see the approach the designer took – are what will stick with me when I look back on my time with Klaus.”
8.25 – Game Informer

“Klaus is, in a word, brilliant. While it may not exactly win the hearts of those who don’t like the 2D platformer style, it’s an expertly-designed addition to the genre that creates a challenging experience without ever seeming insurmountable.”
9 – Twinfinite

“Few games manage to combine action and storytelling so seamlessly. Klaus is a great example that no matter what genre a title is in, a fantastic story can be told. La Cosa Entertainment has crafted a delightful experience here that manages to surprise the player with every new stage, and tests both your reflexes and wit.”
9 – We got this covered

About This Game



Klaus is a precision-based puzzle 2D platformer with a self-aware narrative. Its tight & challenging platforming takes inspiration from precise classics games combined with a tense and emotionally engaging story.

“I DON’T KNOW WHO I AM”

Klaus discovers his identity while trying to escape from a mysterious basement. Through his journey he’ll discover who he is, what "Klaus" means, and how he ended up there. While jumping spikes, hacking computers and avoiding danger, Klaus seamlessly interjects with key elements of his story, which develops naturally while you play.


4TH WALL BREAKING MOMENTS

In KLAUS, you’re not playing as the title character; rather, you’re his companion. Klaus acknowledges your presence and wonders aloud about his escape and how he found himself trapped in the first place. His personality can be volatile in vulnerable moments because Klaus has his own agenda. Oh, and Klaus might not always want to do what you want. After all, who wants to die due to someone else's mistakes?

K1, THE FRIENDLY BRUTE

During your journey, a "friendly" guy called K1 might join you on your journey. K1 is a brawler, at least in part, and with his destructive prowess he’s able to smash obstacles and do Shoryukens without breaking a sweat. Klaus and K1 can be controlled separately or cooperately to solve puzzles, although sometimes they’ll be split apart. Each character, of course, has his own motives.


REMEMBER THE PAST

Throughout the game Klaus will remember his past through interactive memories. Each memory is playable in a unique way with different mechanics than other sections of the game. Just like in real life, the dreamy worlds of the memories don’t follow the same rules of the rest of the game.


FEATURING

  • 6 worlds, 34 levels, 100+ rooms, 3 Bosses.
  • Critically-praised non interruptive narrative. The story unfolds while you play.
  • Two playable characters with unique skill sets and cooperative gameplay.
  • 4th wall breaking moments in gameplay and narrative.
  • Hidden collectible levels add even more depth to an already emotional story.
  • Speedrun mode unlockable after finishing the main story.
  • 2 Endings.

SOUNDTRACK

https://pixkong.bandcamp.com/album/klaus-soundtrack-volumen-01-the-unknown-album

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 10, 8, 7
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E6750 (2 * 2660) or equivalent / AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5000+ (2 * 2600) or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce GT 430 (1024 MB) / Radeon HD 5570 (1024 MB)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Supports Xbox 360 Controller and other XInput-compatible controllers

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