Black Prophecy US Open Beta client patched to current release 1.0.0_10.
Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
The game itself, and parts of its patching system (RTpatch.exe). It also appears to work on any graphics level, even when I set the environment to "Windows 7" in winecfg. Logging in works fine as long as you specify the appropriate configuration file at launch.
What does not
The main launcher itself.
The auto-patching tool, which seems to partially work if I install Mono 2.10. It may just need some command line options to make it work, but I'm not sure yet.
Using the mouse to steer your ship. This is related to that infamous mouse bug.
The auto-downloader Gamigo uses for most of its games doesn't seem to work at all. I had to manually download the installer and its installation data files, but the downloader is not the installer itself, so this is fine by me.
The heads of characters (for me) draw as a corrupt starburst form, although hair and the like seem to render properly in the mess.
What was not tested
Anything apart from docking/undocking in stations while in game, and very basic flight, as it is nearly impossible to take part in PVP or PVE activities without the ability to aim and shoot with the mouse. This renders the game almost completely unplayable.
The XInput patch cannot be applied to wine-1.3.19, therefore rendering it void as a potential workaround for the issue.
I really hope the mouse issue begins to clear up in the near future, though. Fallout III works great with Wine. Given Black Prophecy uses the same (well, albeit newer) game engine as Fallout III, it shouldn't be too hard to get it to work fully.