ÂNearly everything, right out of the box.
The game installs fine, I had no problems.
The track editor works, though it may seem a bit buggy if you never used this game before, but its strange behavior was true to its use in Windows too.
Sound seems to work perfectlÂy for me.
Controls work perfectly. You may have difficulty trying to assign certain keyboard controls (if you use the keyboard), as the game has some permanently mapped keys for things such as changing camera angles, etc. This is not a bug.
Fullscreen mode works fine.
READ THIS FOR JOYSTICK CONFIGURATION: Joysticks did not work "out of the box" for me. While a couple buttons would map, and the calibration appeared to be ok, there is a test screen you must run to make sure the joysticks are working ok. It's nothing more than a redundant calibration screen, it seems. Anyway, you must set the game's excutable to run in Windows 95 mode and setting up the joystick in the game will be flawless (it was for me anyway).
What does not
There is only one thing that doesn't seem to work for me. Disappointingly, it's the networking. The game supports LAN or WAN games, but I just can't get it to work.ÂÂ
What was not tested
I think I covered everything, I even created a track from scratch with the editor and had no problems.
Make sure you set the game to run in Windows 95 mode, or you'll have trouble configuring the joystick. (admin:rating changed to reflect experience)
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Linux Mint 9 "Isadora"||Oct 06 2010||1.3.3||Yes||Yes||Gold||an anonymous user|