Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
Did you know that Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is now available in Dutch, Esperanto, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, and Turkish? It's true! And it's all thanks to our wonderful community. Go give them a “thanks!” on our Discord server!

We'd like to bring the game to even more languages, but we need some help. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a game all about communication so language is key, and nobody knows how the game is meant to be played better than our own players.

We're currently looking for translators to help localize the game into:
  • Arabic
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • Korean
  • Thai
  • Ukrainian

These languages are almost done, but you can join us in Discord to give your feedback on them now:
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Finnish
  • French
  • German
  • Hebrew
  • Hungarian
  • Italian
  • Norwegian
  • Portuguese (pt-BR)
  • Portuguese (pt-PT)
  • Russian
  • Swedish

Want to help out?
Head over to our Discord server and check out the #localization channel and read the pinned post. You'll find instructions for how to sign up and can discuss with other translators in the community.

Thanks,
- Allen, Ben, Brian, and Taraneh
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
We’ve been working closely with our Discord community to translate ‘Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes’ into other languages. The first six languages are now officially playable in beta: Dutch, Esperanto, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, and Turkish.

Be first to hear of new language updates by joining our mailing list.

Providing Translation Feedback
To submit feedback about the translations, visit our Steam Forum thread for instructions. Remember, people have volunteered their time to make these translations, so be kind to each other.

How to switch languages:

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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
We've been working closely with our Discord community to bring more languages to Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes! You can help playtest the first wave of new languages right now in the beta branch.



To start playing in new languages, opt in to the "beta" branch in your Steam library.

Huge thanks to MrSpekCraft, Timwi, Wojciech, xPandaEyeZ, Dead4Water, KingSlendy, hockeygoalie78, and Emre from our Discord community for all of their work bringing these languages to the game.



Mini-FAQ

I don't see any of these languages!
You need to opt-in to the "beta" branch in your Steam library for Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes.

Will there be more languages available?
We're working with our Discord community on several more languages right now! If you'd like to get involved and help out testing or translating, please join us at http://discord.gg/ktane and check out the #localization channel for more details.

I found a typo/text overlap/bug!
Please let us know in the #localization channel on Discord!


How to Get the Beta

  1. Open up Steam App on your computer
  2. Go to your Library, and right-click on Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes




  3. Click on “properties”, the window should appear.
  4. Select the BETAS tab, then click the drop-down menu and select “beta”



  5. The game should begin downloading.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
Hi everybody!

We just pushed a small update to address an issue with Steam VR controllers, plus a few fixes for mods:
  • Fix issue where one Steam VR controller would not work correctly
  • Fix missing halo shaders used by some mods
  • Fix mod custom holdable positions when switching control types
  • Fix positioning of items on desk in Linux and OSX
  • Fix placeholder loading message being visible in the mod loading screen
  • Fix title screen music volume not respecting player settings
  • Fix issue where some mod images did not render in the browser
  • Fix an issue where mouse controls would not work until window was re-focused
  • Change log message at round start to show localized mission name for modders

- The Steel Crate Team
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is now officially available in Japanese for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux!

The Bomb Defusal Manual is available in Japanese at http://www.bombmanual.com/ja/

We are continuing to work on localizing Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes in other languages. At this time, we do not have a definitive list of languages that will be available. If you’d like to receive game updates about new languages, you can join our mailing list here.



Patch Notes
New feature

Bug fixes
  • Add "SkipTitleScreen" option to playerSettings.xml to allow mod developers to iterate faster
  • Add "UseParallelModLoading" option to playerSettings.xml to allow faster mod loading
  • Show hours on results page if minutes >= 100, which can happen with mods
  • Fix mods that use multiple materials/shaders on a single renderer overwriting each material with the first material's shader.
  • Fix description of local mods not displaying correctly
  • Fix issue where motion controls would stop working correctly after a mod made changes to the Selectable structure
  • Fix issue where some the manual PDF included in some mods would break mod manual generation
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
Hey everybody!

Super quick update: we've enabled Windows 64-bit support by default, so you might see a small update being downloaded. This allows players who download lots of mods (like, lots of mods) to use more memory and have more mods active at once.

If you use Windows 32-bit, no worries! You'll still get the 32-bit version.

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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games
Good news! Now you'll be able to play Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes on Linux and SteamOS!



The Linux version doesn't support VR but it has all of the other game features including mod support through the Steam Workshop.

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.

Huge thanks to everybody supporting the game and special thanks to the people who helped to test the Linux beta!
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