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Supreme Snowboarding

Supreme Snowboarding is a snowboarding game by Housemarque Games. This version is the disk version without updates applied.

Application Details:

Version: 1.033
License:
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Votes: 1
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.3.1

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Test Results

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What works

  • Selecting either OpenGL (use win2k or newer) or Software2 rendering
  • Sound (voices during race), music, intro animation
  • fluid game play, full color, highest resolution settings (inside 800x600 window)
Actually, the following combinations were tested ok:
Version Distribution
0.9.9Dapper
0.9.15Breezy & Dapper
0.9.19Breezy & Dapper
I did not install the game everytime anew and solely copied the HKCU registry settings into .wine\user.reg:
[Housemarque\\Installer] 1157270831
"SUPREME_IDIR"="c:\\Games\\Supreme"
"SUPREME_INSTALLED"=dword:00000001
"SUPREME_VERSION"=dword:0000000a

[Software\\Hybrid\\hrtimer] 1157444108
"hrfeat"=hex:bf,f9,e9,af
"hrmid"=hex:02,00,00,00
"hrsignature"=hex:47,65,6e,75,69,6e,65,49,6e,74,65,6c,00
"hrticks"=hex:1d,7a,c3,23,00,00,00,00
"hrvers"=hex:d6,06,00,00

What does not

Installations creates windows\WININIT.INI which lists DLLs that MS-Windows would store in windows\systems32\ after reboot.

[rename]
c:\windows\system32\Mfc42.dll=c:\windows\system32\_Mfc42.dll
c:\windows\system32\Msvcp60.dll=c:\windows\system32\_Msvcp60.dll
c:\windows\system32\ws2help.dll=c:\windows\system32\_ws2help.dll
c:\windows\system32\Msvcrt.dll=c:\windows\system32\_Msvcrt.dll

I had to manually perform these operations to start the game. Actually, only Mfc42.dll and Msvcp60.dll are needed, since Msvcrt is typically overriden by the builtin library.

Therefore Gold, not Platinum.

While both OpenGL and Software2 rendering modes work fine, using DirectX7 leads to strange effects, and DirectX6 even crashes wine at some time.

Workarounds

What was not tested

  • multiplayer networking, most medium and high difficulty levels
  • installing less than all 8/16/24 bit graphics

Hardware tested

Graphics:

  • GPU:
  • Driver:

Additional Comments

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
ShowGentoo Linux x86_64Sep 04 20101.3.1No Not installable Garbagean anonymous user 
ShowopenSUSE 11.1 x86_64Aug 17 20091.1.27Yes Yes GoldRodnei Reis 
ShowSUSE 10.1Feb 11 20070.9.30.Yes Yes GoldRodnei Reis 
CurrentUbuntu 6.06 "Dapper" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Sep 09 20060.9.16.Yes Yes GoldJörg Höhle 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes

HOWTO: run Supreme Snowboarding on Ubuntu 8.10

 Get the metioned Wine Patch here:

http://rapidshare.com/files/176415531/Wine_Patch.rar


Huge thanks to Thomas Egenhofer and Rodnei Reis from WineHQ for the correct Wine settings to run Supreme Snowboarding. And to MK, whose site (www.supreme-snowboarding.tk) is an awesome source of information.

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INSTALLING SUPREME SNOWBOARDING UNDER WINE IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES
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1. Versions & Compatibility
2. Installing & Configuring Wine
3. Installing Supreme Snowboarding
4. Install the Patch and the Add-On
5. Configuring Supreme Snowboarding
6. Installing The Wine Patch
7. MK Patches & Recolors
8. About



1. Versions & Compatibility
This patch was created for Wine release 1.0.1 stable and Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex. It's highly likely that it will run under Other versions of Linux and Wine, but this is untested. It will perhaps even run under Mac OSX, but this is also untested. If you test this, please send a mail with your results to biebboeken@gmail.com. If you want to have more information about my tested software and hardware, you can also send me a mail.




2. Installing & Configuring Wine
Firstly, you must install Wine. In Ubuntu, you can just go to the package manager and search for Wine, it should pop up so you can install it. After the install you must configure Wine. The default settings need a few modifications (thanks to Thomas Egenhofer and Rodnei Reis from WineHQ for this information!):
-Set the Windows version to Windows 2000 (under applications).
-You must go to libraries and set four library overrides. In the dropdown menu search for each of these files: msvcrt, ole32, oledlg and olepro32. Click on add, and they should appear in the list below. Behind them you should see (native, builtin).
When this is done, you have finished configuring Wine.


3. Installing Supreme Snowboarding
This is very simple. Insert your CD, and Ubuntu will mount it. When it asks to run the autorun, press no, beacuse it will not work. You must explore the CD and click on setup.exe. Just follow the installer until the end, and you're done with this step.


4. Install the patch and the Add-On
When you're done with the installer, it is highly recommended to install the official Supreme Snowboarding Patch and the unofficial Supreme Snowboarding Add-On (in this order). You can get them both at www.supreme-snowboarding.tk. If you want to play without the need for a CD in the drive, you can install the Add-On and copy the folders 'Anims' and 'Music' from the data folder on the CD to a self-created 'data' folder in the C:/ root of Wine.


5. Configuring Supreme Snowboarding
There are two settings menu's in Supreme Snowboarding: you'll get to see one befor you start the game, the other is in the in-game options menu.

In the Startup Options, you must select 'OpenGL' and 'Generic OpenGL' as render device. When you don't see OpenGL and Generic OpenGL, check if you've installed the proprietary drivers for your video card (check the Ubuntu forums on this matter). If you've installed those and OpenGL doesn't pop up, try rebooting your PC one or two times. You also need to disable the intro video, because it doesn't work (if you want to see it that bad, it's on the CD in /data/intro/).

In the in-game options menu, go to graphics, select 'custom' and then 'configure custom'. To set the 'Texture Quality' and 'Texture Resolution' on the highest settings is recommended, because the Linux Patch is tested on those settings. The tickboxsettings underneath don't really matter, but if you don't know what you're doing, leave them.


6. Installing The Wine Patch
The Wine Patch is located in the same directory as this text file. Run it, and install it in the same folder as where you installed Supreme Snowboarding. After this, you can run the game. Congratulations, you now have a Wine-Compatible version of this awesome game on your computer!


7. MK Patches & Recolors
On www.supreme-snowboarding.tk you can find a whole lot of optional installers and tips made by MK. These work just fine under Wine, although you will need to press alt+tab after you've opened them to install them, because you'll get to see a odd green screen first. In the rare occasion some objects turn black after the applying of a patch, you can try to run the Wine Patch again. If that doesn't work, try to revert the changes of the patch (maybe even manually) or convert the installed textures to RGB colours.


8. About
Supreme Snowboarding Wine Patch by Biebboek.

Feel free to spread these files of you wish, as long as you give me credit for the patch.

Huge thanks to Thomas Egenhofer and Rodnei Reis from WineHQ for the correct Wine settings to run Supreme Snowboarding. And to MK, whose site (www.supreme-snowboarding.tk) is an awesome source of information.

If you still find bugs after you installed the Patch, the Add-On and the Wine Patch, please mail me at biebboeken@gmail.com and I will do my best to adress the issue and create an updated Wine Patch.

You might want to check out:
-www.supreme-snowboarding.tk
-appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3364


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