Monday, December 31, 2007

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell on Linux with Wine

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3 comments:

kriko said...

I have Pandoras Tomorrow, but unfortunately it doesn't work.

kriko said...

Ok, got it from neighbour.

Works, however graphich is totally ugly. I cannot switch to a bigger resolution than 640x480, otherwise game screen will be pushed into upper-left corner and it will be difficult to play or exit.

wonder said...

One way to play this game with bigger resolution:

edit $drive_c/Program Files/Splinter Cell/system/SplinterCell.ini

Change "FullScreenVideo" into "False" That way you will lose the intro video, but the resolution issue should be fixed...

But I found another problem that makes this game unplayable. In the night vision mode, the graphic messed up completely...

:( Anyone solutions for this ?