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The game enters and keep in the start screen,that one tha says the producers and others,so the game doesn´t quit of thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis

HEEEEELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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Dreyyy: The game enters and keep in the start screen,that one tha says the producers and others,so the game doesn´t quit of thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis

HEEEEELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Welcome to GOG.

The first thing you can do to check if a game will run properly for you is to go to the game's store page through the Game details and Minimum system requirements for your OS.

If the game's specifications match or are below the machine you're trying to run it on and you are old enough to play it, you can still contact GOG's support, which will probably respond within 24 hours or try a game's forum. Either way, both methods require that you at least state some details about your computer and which game you're talking about. (Note that this forum is titled "Oddworld series", which actually includes a whole bunch of titles.)

We could make assumptions about your situation like: You are trying to run Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee on a PC that's older than yourself. Or: Your PC suffers from Windows 10. Or: Your controller isn't compatible.
But we don't know your situation. And the reason we don't know about it is that you didn't communicate anything other than what was right in front of you. Now take a breath, imagine a total stranger who has never met you and can't see the room you're in and try to explain to them what kind of software and hardware you are using. It might also be worth mentioning what you already tried to solve your problem yourself.

On a personal note, you should avoid talking like thiiiiis when asking for help. It's rather offputting. Try to use words like "please" instead.
Post edited September 20, 2017 by HeartsAndRainbows