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I have Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon install the game without a problem and game ha no sound at all,

also the game get stuck on the initial loading screen, I cant even get to the main menu.
Post edited July 05, 2020 by cgr37712
This question / problem has been solved by salditeimage
I also don't have sound after updating the game to the new version. The game was installed from scratch. System linux mint mate 19.3. In the older version of the game, the sound worked.
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arcio: I also don't have sound after updating the game to the new version. The game was installed from scratch. System linux mint mate 19.3. In the older version of the game, the sound worked.
hi, I found a fix to one of the issues of the game, for some reason there is a issue with the config file and it makes the game unplayable, you cant even go to the main title screen or play the game, to fix this go to your yooka-laylee config folder and delete it, then run the game again, this will create a new config folder and file and will fix the issue of with the game being stuck on loading right before it even shows you the main menu.

the path to the config file for yooka layle is:

/home/<UserNameHere>/.config/unity3d/Playtonic Ltd

once there delete the entire yooka-laylee folder, then start the game, the game should now be playable but this does not fix the sound issue.

the only issue is that the game still has no sound. GOG support told me to contact help@team17support.com for help with the sound issue. I submitted an email to them but if you could help me with this I would be helpfull. please also open a case with GOG so that they will push this issue to the developers too.
Post edited July 08, 2020 by cgr37712
I just installed the game today and had the same issue in Fedora 32. It seems like the included SDL libraries might be the cause. What ended up correcting it for me was renaming the included library folders.

Under "<path to install>/Yooka Laylee/game/" I renamed the two included "lib32" and "lib64" folders to "lib32.bak" and "lib64.bak" respectively.
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saldite: I just installed the game today and had the same issue in Fedora 32. It seems like the included SDL libraries might be the cause. What ended up correcting it for me was renaming the included library folders.

Under "<path to install>/Yooka Laylee/game/" I renamed the two included "lib32" and "lib64" folders to "lib32.bak" and "lib64.bak" respectively.
Thank you kind Sir, this has fixed my last issue I can now finally play and head sound from the game, may God bless you with a bunch of kids.
Post edited July 18, 2020 by cgr37712
I have found some small issues with some game assets, can anyone else confirm these issues?

Dr Puzz character model is all messed up
when I tranform in to a plant my character model disappears you can only see the eyes and the tentacle feet
Post edited July 18, 2020 by cgr37712
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cgr37712: I have found some small issues with some game assets, can anyone else confirm these issues?

Dr Puzz character model is all messed up
when I tranform in to a plant my character model disappears you can only see the eyes and the tentacle feet
Unfortunatley, I don't have a solution for this as I just got the same issue. Googling around doesn't bring up anything, either.
Just for clarification, I've included two pictures. One showcasing how the game looks when running the windows version under Lutris, and another showing the native linux version.

Windows Version: https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/671350588734308374/736612580369629204/windows_lutris.png

Native Linux Version: https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/671350588734308374/736612635679785069/linux_native.png

Latest proprietary NVIDIA drivers, updates, etc. in repos (Fedora 32).
GTX 1080ti
Intel 8086k

I know Fedora isn't officially supported by GOG, but considering it's happening in Mint (Ubuntu based) I'm thinking the issue isn't just on my end.