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Sep 11

CS edition packages newsflash: Windows package, Linux packages updated

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Windows installer package for YoFrankie is available for testing:

The Linux packages have been updated since the last post. Currently the latest version is available through automatic downloading: go to one of the URLs listed below and follow the instructions on screen. This will download all required packages etc. onto your system and has the added advantage that the program can be kept up-to-date automatically as well – i.e. when a change is made, either to the game or CrystalSpace, the changed component is downloaded automatically (and only that) and used. (Note x86_64 users: you need a very recent version of 0install, 0.35 or newer, to run the package. That means you may have to install that manually on some distros.)

Available variants of the Linux packages:

117 Responses

  1. Mek on

    Let develop videogames who is able to do !!!

  2. Anuj on

    people, who here is from OFS??????????????????????????????????

  3. krizz on

    well to the comets so cant i play it at all :-/ but Wat OS do you need? because i use win 2000 an it wont even download 🙁

  4. David on

    Hello. Just wanted to say that the installer fails, the game will not run. The reason is that it cannot load a python module of some kind.


  5. Ben b on

    Why no mac version?

  6. VistaUser on

    Hi, normal speed on very high (9500 GS). But to call it a game is to bold, it’s more like a tec preview. He runs to fast and there ist no handling at all. Usability! ^^

  7. XPuser on

    I use WinXP 32bit. Install goes fine. When I launch it from the start menu I get Loading… XML lever or something and then it crashes.

  8. Jeantje on

    i got an error in vfs.dll ?

    Engine: Crystal Space

    PC Specs:

    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 | 3.06 GHz
    GFX: ATI Radeon 4350 512MB DDR2
    RAM: Corsair 2GB DDR2 667 MHz

  9. Metal3d on

    Sadly not working with Fedora 10, X86_64, nvidia 8600GT

    Last errors:

    failed to initialize plugin ‘crystalspace.device.joystick.linux’
    Indirect rendering may indicate a flawed OpenGL setup if you run on a local
    X server.
    X Error of failed request: BadLength (poly request too large or internal Xlib length error)
    Major opcode of failed request: 143 (GLX)
    Minor opcode of failed request: 1 (X_GLXRender)
    Serial number of failed request: 266
    Current serial number in output stream: 267
    AL lib: ALc.c:1307: exit(): closing 1 Device

    It works on BGE but not CS…

    Nice work anyway 🙂

  10. Tranceangel on

    Hya all.

    For all of you who can’t download the windows package directly, try to use a download manager, as i did and got the full package, not just half of it, and installed ok.

    Thanks for this great game 🙂

  11. gotocan on

    I’m trying to run Yo Frankie! on Ubuntu 9.04 but after a long waiting period i can only see a black window with that sly squirrel face on top left. I guess it’s because of my damn graphics card.
    Intel Corporation Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller
    Has anyone managed to play it with this card?

  12. Preetam on

    Will this game even start on this?

    P4 3GHz
    XFX 6200TC

  13. creek23 on

    I installed the .msi one, and I’m getting this error:
    — crystalspace.imagetextureloader: Error creating texture: Cubemap textures are not supporter!

    How do I fix this?

  14. creek23 on

    err, I mean, “not supported” 😀

  15. Jason the Great on

    It works like a charm on my Ubuntu Lucid – very good frame rate, exceptional quality…(but probably because I’m on a really high powered system [Intel Core Quad, 4GB DDR3 RAM, etc..]

  16. mark on

    There is a problem with the install package, doesn’t install on windows 7, or from above posts Vista. I haven’t tried on any XP setups yet

  17. Noah on

    when I play the game I can’t click on or do any thing . . . textures are missing as well