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Hi everybody,

If you are curious about running Legend of Grimrock 2 on Linux. I have tested it and it works great. I ran the game with max graphical settings on 1920 x 1080 resolution. I haven't encountered any crashes, graphical glitches, or slowdowns. The editor was also thoroughly tested and seems to be working flawlessly. I have made a couple sample dungeons and played them in the editor, everything was working great.

I am running Linux Mint 17 (32-bit version) with Wine and Play on Linux 4.2.2. The version of Wine I am using for Grimrock 2 is 1.7.5. I am also using an Intel based processor and NVIDIA Geforce GTX 260.

If you are curious how to set up Grimrock 2 on Linux, you can follow this Witcher 2 tutorial, I installed it with the same settings. Obviously, you will want to use the Grimrock 2 installer instead of Witcher 2! :)

Wine Tutorial:

http://www.gamersonlinux.com/forum/threads/the-witcher-2-guide.612/

If anyone has anything to add, please feel free to do so!
Post edited April 10, 2015 by tjbaxter
Thanks for you info. I guess it should work great because I used to run Legend of Grimrock 1 on Linux and it was excellent. Smooth and all. Now I just use the Linux version. So I think Legend of Grimrock 2 should be as great. :)
that worked for me.

just a few tidbits:

i used wine version 3.20 64bit

i also installed "directx9" to the bottle/virtual drive.
(not the dx9 stuff, the one that is named directx9)

i created a shortcut for the installer and the patch.

i used "/NOGUI /SILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES" without quotes as the arguments for the installer and patch.
(without that i got an error near the end of the install.)

used the same create shortcut steps to create the grimrock2 shortcut
(oops, he does do this. i stopped following along too early)

the one step that i got a little stuck on was copying files to the virtual drive:
PlayOnLinux - Configure - select the program bottle - Miscellaneous - Open virtual drive's directory
Post edited March 22, 2019 by dkman123