Crayon Physics for Mac?

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  1. zerocool23 macrumors newbie

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    Does anyone know if there is a Crayon Physics out for Mac OS 10.5 or something? Thanks!
     
  2. tominated macrumors 68000

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    sadly there isn't. it wont even work in crossover
     
  3. scottlinux macrumors 6502a

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    It works under Wine in Linux. So might be possible with crossover after some debugging.
     
  4. LEgregius macrumors member

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    MSVCP60.dll

    It does run in crossover, you just need to a copy of MSVCP60.dll that it can find.
     
  5. betaboy78 macrumors regular

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    where do you put that .dll file once you have it?

    thanks
     
  6. LEgregius macrumors member

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    You can put the DLL in the same directory as the executable, if nowhere else. I downloaded the demo of the final release of crayon physics deluxe, and it seemed to run in crossover without me doing anything. I did have some window sizing weirdness, though.

    The developer said he'll do a mac and linux port now that it's released. I don't know how long that could be, though.
     
  7. betaboy78 macrumors regular

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    thanks for the response. I too can get it to work, but sometimes it just won't start up, but if I restart it a few times it is a go. I was just hoping the .dll file would make it open everytime with no issue.

    Also, I unchecked the "run in fullscreen" box in the options, and that fixed the issue with screen size for me on both my macs.
     
  8. iLao macrumors member

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  9. sailon macrumors newbie

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    Crayon Physics works in VMWare Fusion (almost)

    I can get it to run in a Windows XP virtual machine under VMWare Fusion. I can play for about 30 minutes and then it hangs the VM. A Mac-native version would be great - and would likely appeal to the artsy-fartsy Mac-types (no offense, I am one).
     
  10. LEgregius macrumors member

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    I have the same problem with the startup thing.
     
  11. mandroid macrumors newbie

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    black screen

    Using crossover to open CP deluxe, all I get is a black screen, no way to access the options menu. :(

    I've installed the dll file. Any ideas?
     
  12. LEgregius macrumors member

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    Dunno about you black screen. I'm using the latest version of CP Pro. Others seem to be using the game version. Try restarting it a few times.

    I actually just ran the installer for the deluxe version, although, honestly, I just tried the demo, not the final product. I also have a development version of deluxe I got at a conference.

    It could also be related to your graphics card. I've tried it on an X1600 on a MBP and both the 9600 GT and 9400 on a MBP.
     
  13. hullabalou macrumors newbie

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    I can't get it to work on my Macbook (Intel GMA X3100) with Crossover Pro using a winXP bottle or a vista bottle... I get a black screen when i launch the game and the only thing i can do is cmd+Q...

    Anyone ? :(
     
  14. CountFlatula macrumors newbie

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    virtual desktop

    try this:
    manage bottles -> control panel -> winecfg -> graphics -> emulate virtual desktop

    No more black screens for me :)
     
  15. Metalmorphed macrumors member

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    Yes, I also recommend Phun !

    It doesn't have the levels to play through like Crayon has, neither does it have the drawn-like graphics, but it does a way better job at being a sandbox in which you can do almost anything !
     

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