outcast1 says: + Wine 1.2 (virtual desktop) | + 1600x1200 | - Audio problems: deactivate PulseAudio | Joypad fully works! You can also drive freely in a limited range, e.g. against the main direction. Graphics are great. Ragdoll can be deactivated in menu.
outcast1 says: +Wine 1.2 (virtual desktop) | + German language: Synchronstimme von Bruce Willis! | + Hi-Res Patch (see forum) up to 1280x768 | The best adventure in all terms of gameplay, story, fun, soundtrack, voxel graphics!
outcast1 says: +Wine 1.2 (virtual desktop) | +up to 1600x1200 | - Audio problems: deactivate PulseAudio | - Joypad problems (but keyboard is OK) | Best driver game I ever played as it is so much fun!
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.39 | + 1600x1200 | Gorgeous! Runs without any problems: sound, music, clips. Looks very good, smooth, colorful - it feels like a native Linux game! Great graphics with less strategy - good mixture between space simulation and action shooter.
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.2 | - first goto main directory ("cd"). Much better: copy the whole directory to "FreeSpace2Open" and install fs2_open, a launcher and the media VPs (see forum) to enjoy in native Linux with high resolution graphics! :-)
outcast1 says: Wine 1.3.23. Keyboard doesn't work by default: change library "dinput.dll" in winecfg to "native (windows)". Also didn't get Joypad to work (Rumblepad 2). Rest runs flawlessy.
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.3.9 | + over 1600x1200 | Sound, music, voices, cut scenes - everything works. Great adventure game for Linux users.
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.3.9 | - only 800x600 | Very funny and cool puzzles.
outcast1 says: + Linux dosbox 0.79: dosbox -conf dosboxTimeshock.conf -noconsole -c "exit" | - up to 1024x768 | Many effects and cool sounds. A good table!
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.2.1 | + up to 1600x1200 | Music is a little bit cheesy, but the table is okay.
outcast1 says: + Wine 2.1 | - Installation worked in terminal with "export DISPLAY=:0" | + up to 1600x1200 | -Sound stutters a bit | - animations a little quirky but is playable. | Good music, sounds, good table.
outcast1 says: + Linux DOSbox 0.74 | + PD1+2 runs | - PF/PI: change "./DATA" in dosbox.cfg. | -Audio stutter: "prebuffer=1000" | - PI: everything stutters awfully. | How sad: marvelous classic pinball games but some table graphics are not smooth enou
outcast1 says: Runs with native Linux dosbox 0.7.4. Press 'R' in game for hi-res mode. If it's too slow, change DOSBox config file entry: cycles=80000.
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.3.9 | -Sound is stuttering | - Wasn't able to change resolution even though the menu offers it.
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.3.9 | - up to 1024x768.
outcast1 says: + Linux DOSbox 0.74 | dosbox -conf dosboxT2K.conf -noconsole -c "exit" | - Had to configure Sound to Soundblaster DMA0 to get sound. Nice old school shooter.
outcast1 says: + WIne 1.2.1 | - freezes for resolutions higher than 1024x768 | Even freezed once in 1024x768 | Cool tables, cool camera positions but graphics problems.
outcast1 says: +Wine 1.3.9 | - crashes after Intro. Setup: "D3D7 HAL". Sometimes it starts, sometimes it crashes. Forum thread explains why (bad coding in realMyst that expects code in memory 2 times at the same place). See Bug 18975. Save often! Videos don't
outcast1 says: + Wine 1.2 | Reminds of early Amiga graphics. Point and Click Adventure. Not bad.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
So, what are the ingredients?
Pick a game that belongs in your GOGmix from the list, or find it by typing something in the text field. Relevance is key here - Earthworm Jim doesn't quite fit the "Sexiest heroines of all time" bill now, does it?
Justify your choice... Or not!
OK, so it's not required, but now that you went through the trouble of adding a game, telling everyone why you did it would be a nice finishing touch. After you're done here, add another game, rinse, repeat.