The installer runs and completes. The game can then be run by cd'ing to "Program Files\Eets\Bin" and typing "wine Eets.exe" At this point the game attempts to show its nag screen (a locally stored HTML form) and Wine, accordingly, pops up a window indicating that it's about to download and install Gecko if you haven't installed it already. When this is done, you get the game's standard nag screen with options to either enter a a registration key or play the game. Entering the key works perfectly (I was able to copy and paste it from Mousepad into the Windows dialog box), and the game runs at full settings (1024x768 resolution, lighting, music, sound), at native speed, with no bugs. If you have an NVidia card and choose "Aspect Ratio Scaled" as your "GPU Scaling Method" in nvidia-settings, before running Eets in fullscreen mode, then Eets appropriately expands to the height of your screen while keeping its aspect ratio, adding black bars to the sides.
What does not
What was not tested
I didn't play the game to completion. I only played a few levels.
Wine is a prebuilt package from slacky.eu. Testing was done one a completely fresh Wine install (I had no .wine directory, settings or virtual drive when I started these tests).
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||openSUSE 11.2 x86_64||Mar 21 2010||1.1.36||Yes||Yes||Platinum||Charles Paul|
|Show||Ubuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Jul 26 2008||1.1.2||Yes||Yes||Platinum||an anonymous user|
|Current||Slackware 12.0||Oct 14 2007||0.9.47.||Yes||Yes||Platinum||an anonymous user|
|Show||Fedora 7||Jul 31 2007||0.9.42.||Yes||Yes||Platinum||Rakosi Gergely|