Q: Where can I buy Lilly Looking Through?
A: Our game is available on our website through Humble HERE:
(We the developer get the highest percentage from each sale that is purchased through Humble)

You can also purchase our game on STEAM, GOG, The Mac Game Store and The Mac App Store

Q: What is the suggested screen resolution?
A: Lilly Looking Through is best viewed at 1280×720 or 1280×800

Q: What are the minimum system requirements?

A: PC System Requirements
OS: Windows XP or later
Processor: 2.33 GHz or faster x86-compatible processor
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 420 MB available space

Mac System Requirements
OS: OS X 10.6 Leopard or later
Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor or faster processor
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 420 MB available space

Linux System Requirements (For the Demo only, the full Linux version is currently not available)
Processor: 2.33 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 420 MB available space

*For best performance it is recommended that you close all other applications before playing Lilly Looking Through.

Q: What is the saved game called?
A: thesave

Q: Where is the saved game located?
A: – PC Windows: \Users\\AppData\Roaming\com.GeetaGames.LillyLookingThrough\Local Store\
– MAC OSX: /Users//Library/Application Support/com.GeetaGames.LillyLookingThrough/Local Store/

Q: How do I toggle between full screen and windowed mode using the keyboard?
A: On the keyboard press ctrl-W to toggle between full screen and windowed mode.

Q: I click ctrl-W and nothing happens?
A: Try mouse clicking on the game screen then hit ctrl-W again.

Q: The game plays slow in full screen mode from the start. What can I do?
A: You can lower the resolution of your screen to 1280×800 and restart the game.
– Or play in windowed mode by clicking on the “go windowed” icon on the interface bar.
(the third icon from the left)

Q: I downloaded the DEMO on my Mac running Mavericks (OS X 10.9), but it doesn’t work?
A: This problem has been fixed, and the newest version of the demo (Lilly Looking Through Demo MAC v1.1.51) will work on OS X 10.9

Q: “WARNING: This graphics chip set is not recommended.” What does that mean?
A: If you get this message when starting Lilly Looking Through, your computer does not have a recommend graphics card or graphics chip set. For more information about recommended graphics chip sets, go to: http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/multi/stage3d-unsupported-chipsets-drivers-flash.html
If you have a not recommended graphics chip sets, you can run Lilly Looking Through in Software mode or Hardware Constrained Mode.
– In Software Mode, Lilly Looking Through may run slower or have graphic anomalies. It will depend on the processor speed and configuration of your computer.
– In Hardware Constrained Mode, Lilly Looking Through may run faster than software mode but you may see other anomalies such as graphics objects not updating position as fast.
It will depend on your computer and what looks and plays better to you. You can disable the warning message that is displayed when starting Lilly Looking Through by going to the option screen in the game and clicking on the text “ShowGraphicsWarning=YES” and it will change to “ShowGraphicsWarning=NO”

Q: The animations run slow. What can I do?
A: To get the best performance, Lilly Looking Through needs to have hardware acceleration enabled.
By default, your Flash player settings should have “Enable hardware acceleration” already selected. But you may have turned it off for some other flash animation.
To set the display settings to “Enable hardware acceleration”
– In your browser, go to a web page that is displaying a Flash video
(You can go to:http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer.html– the image at top of the screen is flash image).
– Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) the flash image.
– Select “Settings” in the pop up menu.
– In the Display panel, check the box for “Enable hardware acceleration”
– Click on the “Close” button

Q: What do I use to change the hardware acceleration setting?
A: On a Mac you need to run Safari to change the hardware acceleration setting, and on a PC you need to use Internet Explorer.

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