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Re: Le Grand Quizz des Ptizêtres!
Birds ne peut pas finalement ? Alors dans ce cas, je veux bien prendre la suite, ça fait longtemps que j'ai pas tenu de quizz ! :D

Et on commence direct !

Question 1 : Avec Halloween qui approche, nommez un jeu Rayman où on peut voir des citrouilles.

Re: Linux
Windows does have better compatibility with games but games do typically run better on Linux (when they work) so it might be a driver issue. Is the resolution setting within the game different on Linux then it is on your Windows by any chance? Have you tried playing Rayman Origins through PlayOnLinux? PlayOnLinux is a Linux app that makes the whole process of playing Windows games on Linux so much easier. PlayOnLinux technically is Wine but it does all the complicated stuff for you and all you do is boot up the game and maybe it'l have you create a few things (for each windows program) but it guides you step by step to make sure it is set right. The kernel doesn't affect game performance. The hardware and the program (Wine.) affect the game performance. I did get Rayman Raving Rabids pc version to work perfectly one one time, all I did was install steam, (windows version) downloaded the game from there and I ran the game through PlayOnLinux. I had a duel boot at the time and it did actually run much better on Linux then Windows 10 on my laptop. I did it with Bodhi Linux Distro but any Distro should work but if you need a softer gui os Bodhi Linux might be the one to get your game to run best due to it's very lightweightness. (unless you want to go command line controlled os.)

Re: Linux
Ah yeah I get what you mean, that would be a giant pain in the arse, though I guess it should be fine having both in the same prefix.

OpenGL shaders seem to be much better in Linux on Mesa than they are when using the actual AMD drivers (even in Windows). I'm guessing the juddering I get is probably a side effect of Wine and I'm just more sensitive to the issue than others, but it's not present in Windows on a GTX 970.

I was running that Cemu emulator and it's literally just unplayable on Windows using AMD because the driver performs so bad on GL shaders. It literally just keeps pausing and stuttering very heavily, but in Linux it runs at a really high framerate only it has the slight juddering thing going on. As expected, it runs perfect on Nvidia under Windows. I bought a Vega 64 though and that's what I intend to use :mrgreen:

Re: Rayman Origins
Yeah true. I usually turn back in the opposite direction and slow down quickly in those cases, but in the really open spaces it can help and also on the ice levels especially.

Re: Rayman Origins
I don't recommend spinning and jumping through the currents every time you come across one unless you are good with dogging all the obstacles at the fast pace. If you don't have to much to dodge a lot then you can spin and jump without fear of death. Really, it just depends how the level is that you are playing.

Re: Rayman Origins
Spinning and jumping into those currents actually works wonders on the speed trophy stages.

Re: Rayman Origins
I accidentally discovered the 2nk trick that I mentioned when I played the Rayman Origins demo for the first time before I got the game, so I known that trick for awhile. another trick I found for speeding was to (only when apropriate.) jump through the air currents. (Much faster then gliding and running through the air currents.)

Re: Rayman Origins
I've used both of these tricks very often in both Origins and Legends. They actually prove very useful :)

Edit: The wall one is particularly useful when you're mini because of the way he punches, he basically floats for longer too.

Re: Rayman Origins
If you hit the button to spin and then jump off of an edge you can get a small speed boost but any amount is good, the speed comes from the momentum from the spin but you have to time the spin and the jump to get the best result.

Also I know one way to save yourself if you fall down or something in the game, if you are by a wall while you are falling, wall jump from it, hit the attack button in the air, then helicopter toward the wall, and repeat this until you get to the top again. each time you should be able to jump your way back up avoiding death.

Re: Pluses (+) and minuses (−) of this day
– sore throat :(

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Today marks the twelfth birthday of our community. A new Rayman game, Rayman Adventures, was announced last month and should be available this fall. As for Pirate-Community, 89,132 messages were posted on its forum last year, totalling 1,049,153, over the million milestone for the first time. RayWiki now boasts 4349 articles in seven languages, 1931 more than last year. Several additions were made to RayTunes, notably the new high-quality Rayman 3 soundtrack and the Tonic Trouble and Beyond Good & Evil soundtracks.

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Saturday, February 1st 2014:
 

Rémi Gazel, who composed most of the soundtrack of the original Rayman, unveiled a project which consists in replaying the tracks with real musicians. The goal is to reinterpret these, publish records and possibly organise shows if the project receives enough support.
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Merry Christmas to all Pirate-Community members! You've been kind all year long, now it's time for excess!

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Wednesday, August 8th 2013:
 

Ten years. A decade ago, Rayman fans created an independent community to share their passion. In less than two years, it became the largest Rayman community, and grew over time to offer more content and services to the fandom and anyone interested. Its openness and freedom are only matched by the loyalty and dedication of its members, without whom it would be nothing by now.

While last year wasn't the most active we've had, with 89525 messages leading us to a total of 796709, 1853 articles on RayWiki, a figure that has risen by 10%, and many additions to RayTunes, the upcoming release of Rayman Legends is a great event for the community and allows us to imagine a bright future for the series.

Ten years ago, no one would have guessed that Pirate-Community would still be here today. And thanks to you, member or visitor, fan or curious, old-timer or rookie, we have all the reasons to believe that our community will still be here in ten years as well.

Long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!

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