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||Works, with major issues (see below)
||Works, with issues (see below)
||Works, no known issues
|Requires no-cd patch
|Works with Cedega version(s)
||7.0 (best),Wine 0.9.16, 5.2, 4.2.1, 4.1.1
|Tested with Cedega version(s)
||7.0, 5.2, 4.2.1, 4.1.1, 4.0.1, Wine 20050419, Wine 0.9.16
|Supported by TransGaming
||Myst III Exile -- Official homepage
- Installation was perfect using cedega 7.0 on ubuntu hardy(8.04).
Older Installation Issues
- The game does not install correctly, even though it appears to. To install correctly:
- If doing a complete install, copy disks 2-4 to directories on your hard drive. (This is done because the setup program will not allow ejecting the CD.)
- Mount CD 1 using the "unhide" option; either by editing /etc/fstab to include it, or by mounting with mount -o unhide /cdrom (or whatever is appropriate for your setup). If this was done correctly, you should see a new M3Data directory on the CD.
- Run the setup program as normal. If doing a complete install, use the "browse" option to copy the data from the directories you setup earlier.
Cedega Game Issues
- If a minimal install was used, Myst 3 might not recognize disks on insertion. To fix this, do a complete install. (In Windows, Myst 3 does not recognize drive letters above D, so making sure drive D is the CDROM might also lead to success.)
- Use Software mode, not DirectX, to avoid a massive performance hit.
Older Game Issues
- Several important shortcut keys don't work, making it impossible to save, or to quit normally.
- Aside from the shortcut key issue, the game works correctly.
Wine Game Issues
- DirectX mode fails on startup. Use software mode.
- Game requires no-cd patch; otherwise, the copy-protection fails.
- Other than that, the game works. Performance is similar to Windows, and there are no obvious bugs.