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This is a wierd issue. When I launch Dungeons 2, music starts playing, my mouse dissapears, and visually I remain on my desktop. There isn't a black screen, the application just never produces anything visually. Has anyone else experienced this issue?

System Specs:
CPU: AMD FX-8350
RAM: ADATA XPG DDR3 1866 8 GiB x 2 (16 GiB)
Graphics: [Saphire] AMD Radeon RX 470 (8 GiB)
HHD: AMD Radeon R7 SSD (480 GiB)
OS: Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) - Build 1709
Post edited February 18, 2018 by subsider34
I've got the same problem, but for Dungeons 3 and running on a 2011 macbook pro. The game is defeintly there I just can't see it. There's music and if I hit escape and then click down the center of the screen I can exit the game. I assume it has to do with my graphics card, because newer macs have a different card so a lot of games are made to only work with the newer card. But if this is happening to others then I hope there is an actuel fix.

macOS High Sierra, ver. 10.13.6 (also didn't work with the earlier version, I updated my computer in hopes that that was the problem. )
Processor 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory 8 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB
Hi everybody,
Best would be heading to our technical support and providing them more details, such as a full DxDiag.txt.
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When you are saying Dungeons 3 is not running, the reason is your system is below minimum specs and therefore not support and/or capable of properly running the game.
More in detail you need a dedicated graphic card, besides the integrated graphic chip (Intel HD). As be aware the Intel HD integrated graphic chip does not offer 512 dedictaed graphic memory, but a maximum of 64MB. The rest will be taken from your overall RAM as shared memory, which is not comparable to dedicated graphic memory and will have a huge impact on the overall performance of your machine.