Monday, May 26, 2008

How-to: Playing GTA 2 on Linux with Wine!

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Anonymous said...

Do you know there's also a solution with direct opengl only? You have to copy OpenGLide_009a3 to the GTA2 directory.
Has some problems, though, e.g. doesn't work with multiplayer.
Would be really interesting to know if your solution does.

David Stenberg said...

I will try to get some friend to help me try multiplayer later. :)