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Wishbone: Of course they do. They know about all the issues that have gone unfixed for years.
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Gydion: Gotcha. Your "we make a detailed description of the problem" threw me off.
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InkPanther: It "only" affects games sold in bundles (several different games in one pack, like Ultima Underworld 1+2, Cossacks Anthology and so on).
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Gydion: No, not only them. While likely a bit oversimplified it affects any game with a different ID then the one available to purchase (removed games, kickstarter editions, replaced non-HD versions, different extras, etc.).
I may have shown a tiny bit of ignorance here. ;)
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Wishbone: Of course they do. They know about all the issues that have gone unfixed for years.
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Gydion: Gotcha. Your "we make a detailed description of the problem" threw me off.
Yeah, it's more to hammer home the point, see? Just so they really have no excuses left.
I can't get Red Baron 3D to work.
The game shows the title screen and intro movie then crashes. I've tried the -window fix but GOG seems to have updated the file structure as my target is "C:\GOG Games\Red Baron 3D\GOGLauncher.exe" 1207663983 which is different from the target mentioned in other post. I've tried all compatibility modes and the troubleshooting aids with no success. Any help would be appreciated.

I've tried this on 2 different computes, both Windows 7, and both crash after the into movie.