Full version of Trine. Installed via the installer (Size: ~500mb).
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- installer work just fine...
- the game is working and usable
- running with full options excepted anti-aliasing
What does not
- anti-aliasing don't work well, if I try 4x only the upper left quarter of the screen is rendered correctly. Other parts appear with a weird rendering (no effect of glow, fog... I think)
- the menu work but are sometime difficult to read like if the previous letter wasn't cleared after a refresh.
What was not tested
- game pad wasn't tested because i prefer mouse and keyboard for this game.
It would easily be a platinum game if it wasn't for the menu and anti-aliasing
my machine is:
- intel 9550 core2 quad (2.83Ghz)
- 4GB Ram ddr3 1600 CL9
- Ge-Force 9600GT
as said before, you need to install the last PhysX driver from nvidia, and copy WMVCORE.DLL + WMASF.DLL from a window computer.
Trine on PlayOnLinux
by Montblanc on Sunday January 24th 2010, 12:42
After following all the tips, I managed to install Trine on PlayOnLinux, though I had blue textures. I had to run the advanced configuration from PlayOnLinux and choose "fbo" as the "OffscreenRenderingMode".
Background and items only display in a small window.
by Ryan on Friday July 24th 2009, 5:42
Thanks to the tricks above I was albe to get this game to run; I installed d3dx9 and wmp10 via winetricks and it works. Unfortunately in-game environment items (obstacles etc) as well as the background are only drawn in a small box in the upper left corner of the screen. This is very weird, and I don't know what might be causing it. Has anyone else had this problem?