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Re: Linux
If you guys play games on wine do they run smoothly? If they don't then that's fair enough considering they're not native games, but if not then it's just something mine is doing.

Proton sounds promising so long as I can somehow get everything else up and running. Freesync doesn't work either on the open source (Mesa) drivers as far as I'm aware and the proprietary drivers just suck.

I really like playing around with the Linux OS though, it's actually fun to experiment with :)

Re: Linux
It's a new feature to be able to play Windows games through Steam on Linux, Steam Play is a work in progress and it might just be that. I looked into the Wine thing and most of the time it's a hardware problem.

Re: The Above Game Sucks! My Game is Better!
welcome to the game 2 sucks because i don’t even know what that is

rayman fiesta run is better

Re: The You Game!
Aaron wrote:
Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:47 pm
< really wishes more people would respond to some game threads or something because yeah, while this is a game thread, it's not as much of one compared to others on the forum.
< definitely didn’t just make a game thread of <‘s own that < is waiting for people to respond to :’>

Re: Birthdays and ages
Happy birthday Luckster and lilytheteensie! :teuf: :teuf: :teuf:

Re: The You Game!
< just had that exact subconscious musical effect < described earlier, but this time it was over 7 hours ago < last listened to anything! < was about to put some music on and before < did, < started humming the first thing that came to <'s head. Lo and behold it was the song < had last listened to and paused half way.
It's actually kind of freaky...

Re: Linux
Portal on steam seems to run better fairly well and so did Tomb Raider. Both of those seem to have Linux versions. There's still some hitches that wouldn't be present in Windows so I've just been wondering why those might happen. GTA V isn't on the whitelist so that's fair enough that it doesn't work very well, but even the Cemu emulator can run without graphical glitches on Linux and at a higher framerate except it seems to look like it judders. I thought game hitches and stuff would be less likely especially the ones I get on the games ported to Linux (not Cemu, that uses Wine), considering that Linux is a much lighter OS than WIndows. I guess it's just something to do with the configuration since Linux has a much different way of being set up.

Re: Linux
Are you running the game with steam (or whatever service) or are you running the game directly?

Re: Things Teensies Would Say
I have to go the wrong way in the lost forest while playing Zelda BOTW.

Re: Pluses (+) and minuses (−) of this day
- Nintendo still never answered my email so I still haven't bothered to play the Wii U since purchasing it. I'll be live chatting to them again tomorrow if I hear nothing by the afternoon.

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Latest news


Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:12 pm:
 

Hi guys!

Tonight we've successfully upgraded all of the software used by the forum and wiki as well as moved to a brand new server, with a much more recent configuration! This took a bit of time and lot of work but it seems to have gone smoothly.

While the new version of the forum was well tested and should work just fine, we're pretty much discovering the new version of the wiki at the same time as you and we're well aware of the few cosmetic issues that have appeared following the update. They shouldn't prevent its use and we'll be sure to fix them in the next few days!

Please note that from now on, there will be no need to log in to the forum and wiki separately, as our new single sign-on system will automatically log you in to the wiki if you're authenticated on the forum. We've also extended SSL usage to all of our subdomains, and that's probably about it for noticeable feature changes! While there are major differences under the hood between this version and the previous one, the goal is that it shouldn't be too different from the one you're used to. ;)

Of course, if you notice anything strange please let me know and I'll get to it ASAP. :winkgrin:

by Hunchman801

Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:00 pm:
 

Today is the fifteenth birthday of Pirate-Community. For over a decade and a half now, we have strived to make this place the best we can for Rayman fans, and while there's always room for improvement, we have a lot to be proud of!

While the past year may have been the emptiest so far in terms of Rayman news, there's still a lot to say about the old games in the series, and in fact the forum saw a significant increase in activity at the beginning of this year. Over the last twelve months, 66,538 messages were posted, leading us to a grand total of 1,280,374. That's 7,834 more than the previous year, and while it's still less than we did eleven years ago in 2006/2007, this was without a record day (taking place this Saturday) and with a relatively recent activity bump, so we have many reasons to be optimistic about next year.

RayWiki, indisputably the number one source of Rayman knowledge, now features 5,166 articles in seven languages, an increase of 382 since last year. That's more than one content article a day, and I'd like to thank our contributors for this amazing work.

RayTunes is still the music behemoth we all love, with over 20 GB of high-quality music that our members now enjoy listening to directly on the forum.

And while no major features have been released lately, we're still working hard on software updates and upcoming improvements.

Thank you for your continued support, long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!

by Hunchman801

Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:00 am:
 

Rayman Pirate-Community wishes all a Happy New Year! We hope the fireworks were spectacular, and not too noisy for those wanting to sleep.

The 2018 Edition of the Favourite Rayman Game Survey is now up! Whether you filled the previous edition or if you're new, we hope you'll share your thoughts on our beloved series.

The 2017 Results can be found here.

by Master

Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:00 am:
 

Pirate-Community wishes all a Merry Christmas! We hope members remember to not go ham on the turkey!

by Master

Fri Aug 11, 2017 4:15 pm:
 

Hi everyone,

I'm pleased to announce a new Rayman contest named "Riddles of the Glade"! In this contest, competitors try to solve clues that reference to a character/object/place from the Rayman series to win prizes.

Head on over to the thread to learn more and compete.

Good luck!

by Ray502

Tue Aug 08, 2017 2:13 pm:
 

Fourteenth years ago, Pirate-Community was created with the goal of bettering and consolidating a Rayman community in very bad shape. It goes without saying that no one expected such a success, let alone the community to still be around after all this time.

Rayman news are scarce these days, and with the only events last year being the announcement of yet another port (Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition) and that of a new title in a now separate series (Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle), it is safe to say that nothing happened in Rayman's world.

The forum is the first to suffer from such a dearth of news, and the 58,704 messages posted last year, for a total of 1,213,836, are the lowest figure since 2005/2006, setting us back to activity levels from over a decade ago. Thankfully, there's a lot more to it, and last year the forum saw a major update with everything being rewritten from scratch and dozens of new features and various improvements being added. A new staff was also elected, the modding and utilities subforum was created, and lots of new contests and various activities were launched.

Last year also saw RayTunes's biggest update since its creation, with a brand new website, an integrated player, the possibility to embed songs on the forum, and plenty of new tracks, among other things. It was a good year for RayWiki too, which now contains 4,784 articles in seven languages, an improvement of 305 over last year.

So, as you've figured out already, there's still a lot going on around here, and this is isn't going to change anytime soon.

Long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!

by Hunchman801

Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:38 pm:
 

As some members may be aware, Photobucket no longer allows for free hosting of images on third party sites. As such, any signatures or other embedded images that were uploaded to Photobucket will not display on the forums, instead a watermark will take their place.

Members are recommended to migrate to another image host, or use RPC's attachment upload where possible.

by Master

Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:14 pm:
 

A Prototype of the SNES version of Rayman 1, first shared by Michel Ancel on his Instagram, has been dumped by Twitter user Ocurnut. You can download it here!

by Master

Sun May 28, 2017 8:12 pm:
 

RayTunes, our Rayman music archive, has just received its biggest upgrade ever! Apart from its new modern design, RayTunes 5.0 allows you to play every song in the collection on the website itself.
However, the content update is even bigger. Three completely new soundtracks (including the educative games) have been added and many soundtracks have received extra tracks. On top of that, every single soundtrack now has new or improved album art, better track names and tags. An MP3 archive is finally available for each one, as well as a FLAC archive for most.
More detailed info about the update can be found here. Enjoy!

by Droolie

Sat May 27, 2017 2:47 pm:
 

Hi all,

I am happy to announce the return of our Rayman-themed contest, Manipulate the Image!

The goal is simple: take the Rayman-related graphic chosen by the contest's previous winner and modify it to make something amusing. You can essentially modify it any way you want, so don't be shy!
The current season is number 61, and the image to manipulate is Helico Ray. Entries can be submitted up to 9 June. The winner will receive Tings and the right to choose the image to be manipulated in Season 62!

Good luck to all!

by PluMGMK

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