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Game: Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Collection
Installer MD5s:
48a48258ed60b24068cbbb2f110b049b setup_jazz_jackrabbit_2_1.24hf_(16886).exe
bead92d33585ab23a1781aaaeda0893e setup_jazz_jackrabbit_2_1.24_jj2_(16885).exe
3289263ea6bad8bc35f02176e22109f2 setup_jazz_jackrabbit_2_cc_1.2x_(16742).exe
WineHQ AppDB link: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=787&iTestingId=16697

Distro: Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon 64-bit
Kernel version: 4.13.0-17
Graphics card: AMD RX 480 8GB
Graphics driver & version: Open source, with Mesa 17.3.0-rc4 from Padoka's stable Mesa PPA
Wine version(s) tested: Wine Staging 2.10 (with CSMT and virtual desktop enabled)

Install notes: Install & play.
Run the game from/create a shortcut for "Jazz2.exe"
Must disable DirectSound in the game settings otherwise it will freeze.
How well does it run: Almost perfect
Details: When playing in windowed mode the credits are not displayed when quitting (display output is blank), aside from that it seems to be perfect, as long as you make sure that DirectSound support is disabled so it doesn't freeze. Have not tested multiplayer.

The game runs at a maximum of 640x480 or 800x600 resolution. If you want to run it full-screen without letting it change your display resolution then you can run it in windowed mode and then drag the corner/edges out to the size you want or maximise the window. The game will stretch to fit, so I recommend running the game in windowed mode inside a virtual desktop with a ~4:3 resolution so that you can simply maximise it to play without stretching.

Note that if you're running the game in 16bit colour mode the window will sometimes reset to its normal size when switching between the menus & gameplay and you'll need to resize it again - this is much less likely to happen if you wait until reaching the main menu before maximising the game window.

Wine wrapper
I have put together a Linux Wine wrapper for this game. For more information, see the release thread in the game's forum: https://www.gog.com/forum/jazz_jackrabbit/jazz_jackrabbit_2_for_linux
Post edited December 06, 2017 by adamhm
Game: Mafia
Installer MD5s:
db24f6af44b06654659fba4d363f9d21 setup_mafia_1.3_(16073)-1.bin
21af6414ca0b923d76c2b610165a6143 setup_mafia_1.3_(16073).exe
WineHQ AppDB link: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=1693

Distro: Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit
Kernel version: 4.13.0-19
Graphics card: AMD RX 480 8GB
Graphics driver & version: Open source, with Mesa 17.3.0 from Padoka's stable Mesa PPA
Wine version(s) tested: Wine Staging 2.10 (with CSMT enabled)

Install notes: Install & play.
Run the game from/create a shortcut for "Game.exe"
Run "setup.exe" to configure the graphics settings before playing
How well does it run: Perfect
Details: Played for a while & the game runs great so far, with no sign of any issues.

Widescreen fix:
There is a widescreen fix available here: https://thirteenag.github.io/wfp#mafia
To use it you'll need to add an override for dinput8 (native, builtin)

Wine wrapper
I have put together a Linux Wine wrapper for this game. For more information, see the release thread in the game's forum: https://www.gog.com/forum/mafia/mafia_for_linux
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adamhm: Game: Mafia
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Widescreen fix:
There is a widescreen fix available here: https://thirteenag.github.io/wfp#mafia
To use it you'll need to add an override for dinput8 (native, builtin)
Thanks. Would you also note the hash of the widescreen fix? Also, is the GOG version not 1.x?
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adamhm: Game: Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Collection
I actually saw this when you added it, but I forgot I hadn't updated the thread for it. Thanks again!
Post edited 2 days ago by Gydion