Join Lumi in a puzzle adventure to find her Grandfather in Lumino City. Meet interesting characters and solve clever puzzles to go from one part of the city to the other. Everything you see and interact with is made of real cardboard and cleverly animated with Flash.
Follow my step-by-step guide on installing, configuring and optimizing Lumino City in Linux with PlayOnLinux.
Note: This guide applies to the Humble Bundle version of Lumino City. Other versions may require additional steps.
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Mint 18.3 64-bit
Select "Manage Wine Versions"
Look for the Wine Version: 3.6
Click the arrow pointing to the right
Wine 3.6 is installed and you can close this window
Click "Install a non-listed program"
Select "Install a program in a new virtual drive"
Name the virtual drive: luminocity
Check all three options:
- Use another version of Wine
- Configure Wine
- Install some libraries
Select Wine 3.6
Select "32 bits windows installation"
Windows version: Windows 7
Check "Automatically capture the mouse in full-screen windows"
PlayOnLinux Packages (DLLs, Libraries, Components)
Check the following:
- POL_Install d3dx9
Note: All packages will automatically download and install
Click Cancel because there is no installer from Humble Bundle
We will make the shortcut later
Download Lumino City from Humble Bundle
Extract it to Program Files in your new virtual drive
Back to PlayOnLinux
Click "Make a new shortcut from this virtual drive"
Note: Click the + to download other versions of Wine. Click the down-arrow to select other versions of Wine.
Select "Lumino City.exe"
Name the shortcut: Lumino City
Select "I don't want to make another shortcut"
Video Memory size: Enter the amount of memory your video card/chip uses
Select "Lumino City"
Note: Click debug to see bugs and errors
Lumino City ran perfectly with Wine 3.6 and my GeForce GTX 1060. Initially it was "windowed" but you can click a fullscreen icon in the top right to fill the screen. Everything played perfectly as you can see in the video below. I'm very impressed with Wine's capability to play Flash SWF files without issue. Some day Flash will no longer be compatible in any operating system just like phones, but Wine will still play these older games.