Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Menace?

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hemebond
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Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Menace?

Postby hemebond » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:10 pm

I recently had to remove all 32-bit libraries from my 64-bit system due to a conflict and now I can't play Trine 2. Will there be a 64-bit release of it and the new expansion?

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Re: Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Mena

Postby Kein » Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:33 pm

Huh? How did you remove WoW64 subsystem? I don't think it is so easy and even possible. Perhaps you are talking about dependencies, like VC++ Runtimes and such? They are easily can be reinstalled.

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Re: Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Mena

Postby fb_jlarja » Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:41 pm

My guess is that he's talking about Linux version. Unfortunately, not all of the middleware we use supports 64 bits. As long as that's the case, releasing a 64 bit version is rather hard.

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Re: Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Mena

Postby hemebond » Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:07 pm

Sorry, yes, GNU/Linux x86_64. Very unfortunate to hear that (and a little silly considering how common x86_64 systems are; especially with regards to the middle-ware).

Well, at least I got to play through it once.

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Re: Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Mena

Postby BenJ » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:13 am

Why can't you just install Ubuntu on a small partition for Trine? Yeah, sucks you have to reboot to play but you can play the game.

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Re: Will there be x86_64 releases of Trine 2 and Goblin Mena

Postby hemebond » Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:42 am

BenJ wrote:Why can't you just install Ubuntu on a small partition for Trine? Yeah, sucks you have to reboot to play but you can play the game.
If I were to go that far I might as well just boot into my Microsoft Windows install. But I don't want to have to do that every time I want to play. The only reason I bought Trine 2 was because it supported Linux.


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