DRM-free, retail version from Good Old Games (GOG.com), the new games-on-demand platform.
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I opted not to install Adobe Reader.
Graphics appeared to render well.
Gameplay was smooth.
What does not
What was not tested
-Many game options
-Entire game through to completion.
cpu: Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz
video card: Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS
operating system: Puppy Linux 431.1
I am using a customized version of Puppy, called a puplet, specifically 'puppies-431.1-main-Xserver.iso'
additional packages installed:
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by A.G.R. on Wednesday September 28th 2011, 22:09
None of the testers of this game mentioned anything about controls. On my machine (openSUSE 11.4, one Sidewinder 3D Pro Plus and one No-Name PS2-Gamepad on a USB-Converter, working well in games like X-Wing vs. TIE-fighter and I-War) stick movements don't do anything in Flatout. One button controls the handbrake, another one the camera, but driving doesn't work at all.
It says debugger is detected
by nick on Sunday January 3rd 2010, 18:51
I suspect this is a Wine regression bug but I could be wrong. I downloaded and installed the game from GOG.com so it shouldn't be a drm problem.
My OS is OpenSUSE 11.2 AMD-64 and my wine version is 1.1.35