Lego Island

Application Details:

Version: 1.0
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.7.31

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Test Results

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What works

Everything up to the main menu

What does not

Clicking on things in the main menu crshes the application


What was not tested

Unfortuantely nothing else could be tested

Hardware tested


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Additional Comments

Native d3drm.dll is needed, otherwise the Application could not be started.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowTrisquel 7.0 LTS "Belenos"Nov 19 20141.7.31Yes No GarbageLuke 
ShowLinux Mint 13 "Maya" x86_64Aug 20 20131.6Yes No Garbagean anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 9.10 "Karmic" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Aug 03 20101.2Yes Yes GarbageMark Mina 
ShowUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 02 20080.9.60Yes Yes Bronzean anonymous user 
CurrentUbuntu 7.10 "Gutsy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Apr 19 20080.9.59.Yes Yes Bronzean anonymous user 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
10729 Multiple games hang when clicking things in-game, needs d3d_device1_GetPickRecords implemented (LEGO Island / Fighting Steel) REOPENED View

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by Troy Fullwood on Tuesday November 2nd 2010, 10:10
It's not the textures; it's the SOLID COLORS.

It can not shade them; possibly something to do with the flat shading usage. In any case, they all turn out white.
by Andrew Anderson on Friday October 23rd 2009, 5:10
I haven't tried this game yet, but I think on Windows 2000 and up the clickable areas would all be messed up if you chose Direct3D HAL in the configuration program. This game only really likes using the software DirectX modes (Ramp Emulation, RGB Emulation, MMX Emulation), at least on Windows Vista 64-bit Ramp worked the best.

Dunno if that information would benefit anyone or not.
RE: configuration
by Mark Mina on Tuesday August 3rd 2010, 22:49
Hi, would you have to install its version of Direct X to not use its Direct3D? How would one go about from changing it? I only see that option in the configuration area of the program.
RE: configuration
by Andrew Anderson on Wednesday August 4th 2010, 0:09
Wine doesn't support the software DirectX rendering modes, they will not show up.