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Playable with wine 1.3.32 + patches
by Rafael Martins on Saturday July 21st 2012, 17:33
After digging through all the bug reports I managed to make the game playable; not perfect, but pretty close. You need to compile a very specific version of wine (1.3.32) with a set of patches made by Octavian Vocu specifically for TLJ (thank you, Octavian). Below is a sequence of bash commands to illustrate the process.
* The most annoying bug still present is the fact that the "action choices" (hand, eye, etc.) that should appear when you click an object only appear sometimes; you have to keep clicking the object until you get it.
* I'm assuming you've already got TLJ installed somewhere; the GOG installer, for example, works with any recent wine version. The variable $TLJ-PATH below would be the game's installation path.
* If you don't have root powers, set the prefix on './configure' to some local directory inside your home (and run 'make install' without sudo).
About this game, and wine.
by Chris on Thursday September 30th 2010, 17:04
i play this game. But without the 3D-Characters its nearly unplayable.. don't know why someone give this game a gold rating.
If i got more diskspace i will try this game again with wine 1.3.0. But i did not test it. I played the game with cedega. But the first Versions i used (7.3.3 and above) had the same issues. That are describe here. Just one Version 7.1.0 works fine and show the Characters.
But maybe its important, here are my settings:
GLSL -> no
FBO -> no
Pixel Shader 1.4
Vertex Shader 1.1
Just had issues with some Fonts in the low resolution. But the game itself work fine, just one issue in the under water world.
Major graphical problems, wine 1.0.29
by Lloyd on Thursday September 17th 2009, 11:04
Problems mentioned in related bugs persist. Character models are in black and only partially displayed. Dialogues sometimes come up blank. Some dialogues do not appear to come up at all (but are there).