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Titanium: Did anyone try to run it under VirtualPC?

[not to self: Make WinXP partition, make 98SE VirtualPC system, stop being such a lazy asshole]
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GameRager: This is all fine and well for games you can't lasso into running any other way, but with this fix the game runs wonderfully....albeit with mouse troubles.....still with keyboard only it's not so bad a game.
I don't think I even played it with anything other than the keyboard. It auto aims at important points anyway.
The reason I asked is because a year ago, when I last used VirtualPC, I noticed a problem with some games - specifically the tendency to freeze completely in the simulation. Only three games out of maybe twenty did that, as I was testing VPC at the time. It's just a gut feeling that The Infernal Machine might fit the criteria for that. Or maybe it was just a problem on my end the whole time. Anyway, just curious.
Post edited November 26, 2011 by Titanium
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GameRager: This is all fine and well for games you can't lasso into running any other way, but with this fix the game runs wonderfully....albeit with mouse troubles.....still with keyboard only it's not so bad a game.
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Titanium: I don't think I even played it with anything other than the keyboard. It auto aims at important points anyway.
The reason I asked is because a year ago, when I last used VirtualPC, I noticed a problem with some games - specifically the tendency to freeze completely in the simulation. Only three games out of maybe twenty did that, as I was testing VPC at the time. It's just a gut feeling that The Infernal Machine might fit the criteria for that. Or maybe it was just a problem on my end the whole time. Anyway, just curious.
You could do that but why make a Virtual setting for one or two games? Plus this allows you to play it on your actual OS. :)
Old thread I know, but for what it's worth I found that after getting the new installer as already explained, and after having issues myself, I installed into the regular Program Files and not Program Files x86. Didn't have to tweak a thing, worked right off the bat.