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  • Submitted: May 10 2013 08:20 PM
  • Last Updated: May 11 2013 01:17 PM
  • Views: 5045
  • Downloads: 131

Wrapper Type & Video Card Compatibility

  • Wrapper Type: Wineskin
  • Wine Version: 2.5.9/1.5.29
  • ATI / AMD: GREY (not tested)
  • NVIDIA: GREEN (fully playable)
  • Intel GMA: GREY (not tested)
  • Intel HD: GREY (not tested)

Wrapper Type Info

Note:
Wrappers have different Mac OS X compatibility!

Wineskin:   10.610.710.810.9
Cider:          10.610.710.810.9
CXZ/CXEx:  10.610.710.810.9

What is WINE & what is a Wrapper?

Video Card Info

 GREY          = not tested
 GREEN        = fully playable
 YELLOW     = playable with minor glitches
 ORANGE     = playable with some effort
 RED             = severe glitches / unplayable

Download Wrapper Poker Night (At The Inventory) 2 1.0

* * * * * 2 Votes Please vote for the Quality of this Port / Wrapper, not for the Game or Application!




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Poker Night 2 is a poker video game developed by Telltale Games. It is the sequel to Poker Night at the Inventory and, like its predecessor, features crossover characters from different franchises. The game was released for Steam, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in April 2013, with an iOS version coming at a later date.

Like the original game, Poker Night 2 is a computer-based poker simulation between an unseen participant (the player) and four characters. Each player starts with the same amount of virtual money, and competes in standard poker rules to try to eliminate all the other players by exhausting their money. In addition to Texas hold 'em style of play, Poker Night 2 includes Omaha hold 'em as well.
The four additional characters in addition to the player are Sam from the Sam & Max franchise (voiced by David Nowlin), who is assisted by Max (voiced by David Boat), Brock Samson from The Venture Bros. (voiced by Patrick Warburton), Ash Williams from The Evil Dead franchise (voiced by Danny Webber), and Claptrap from the Borderlands series (voiced by David Eddings). GLaDOS (voiced by Ellen McLain) from the Portal series takes a supporting role as the dealer. During the hands, these characters provide humorous chatter between each other and towards the player. Mad Moxxi from Borderlands also appears as the bartender, and Reginald Van Winslow from Tales of Monkey Island reprises his role as the host. Additional brief cameos include Steve from Borderlands, Doug from The Walking Dead and a waiter from Gravity Bone.
The game features unlockable in-game card, chip and table designs, as well as "Bounty Unlocks" for completing certain goals, which unlock Borderlands 2 content and, depending on the platform played, Team Fortress 2 items on Steam, Xbox Avatar items, or PlayStation 3 themes. Simultaneously using chips, cards, and tables sharing the same theme alters the design of the Inventory, opening up new conversation possibilities. Players can also buy the other characters drinks in order to more easily expose their tells.

The first Poker Night game was developed by Telltale during a lull in their release schedule, and proved to be successful; Steve Allison, vice president of publishing at Telltale, believed it was the relationship between Telltale and the Valve Corporation that contributed to the success of the game, luring players with Team Fortress 2 items for performing well in the game. As completion of The Walking Dead neared, Telltale found themselves in another lull, and returned to the Poker Night concept as a way to fill the gap.
Character selection was more direct than the first game, with Telltale wanting to bring in characters from movies and television. Allison had a good relationship with MGM Studios who were eager to offer characters, and was able to secure the character of Ash from Evil Dead, which also was timed well against the release of the 2013 remake. Similarly, Allison stated that Cartoon Network readily agreed to the inclusion of Brock from Venture Bros., one of the Telltale team's first selections. Gearbox Software, the creators of Borderlands, appreciated the first game, and allowed the Claptrap character to be used. The final spot at the table was to be left open for a character from a Telltale game, eventually resulting in Sam. They had considered using either Marty or Doc Brown from the Back to the Future game but realized that they would not be appropriate in a game with mature spoken content. Similarly, characters from The Walking Dead series would not be a thematic fit for the poker title, as it would make people emotional about the game. To help make the play more personable, they needed to have a dealer for the table, and GLaDOS was considered an obvious fit.


Personal Notes:

My second port in fact, this time, being Poker Night 2! A game made by the folks at Telltale Games, the creators of my favorite game of all time, The Walking Dead!

Run the game at 15/20+ FPS at High Settings, Anti Aliasing off, Fullscreen On, and the Resolution at 1344x756 :).

30/40+ FPS when playing on the same settings (res etc.), but with Low Settings rather than High.

This game is in fact really awesome, especially the characters, and their hilarious conversations ;).

Only thing i don't know so far though is if rewards work O.o

Be sure to rate this what you think it deserves (5 please? :3)! And also, comment on how it went for you! :).

Btw, the reason it's in the category "simulation" is because it's a poker simulator! :3. And nothing else seems to fit better, ;).

And also, i'll stop using Mediafire, doesn't work man :l.

Will release more photos later! :P.

My System Specs:
- OS: Mac OS X 10.6.8
- CPU:   2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- RAM:  2 GB

- Video: Nvidia GeForce 9400 256 MB

- Disk Space:  1,76 GB  


Known Issues:

So far, none! But i do suspect that rewards may not carry over to other games, ah well, maybe if it's on Steam, but, i got it cracked :l.

Intro (TTG Logo) screen seems to lag, and loading times at the intro seem also pretty long. But, maybe it's just the way the game is, so, not really gonna say it's an issue ;).


Installation:
Step 1: Download my wrapper (both files), unzip it, right click it, go to show package contents (expecting you haven't installed the game yet, if you have already installed the game, skip to Step 3).

Step 2: Open up wineskin, go to install windows software, and choose "setup.exe", let it be, and go through the installation process. Install the game to Program Files, not Games!

Step 3: If you got the game already in Program Files, then, you can skip to Step 4. Once it's finished, go back to show package contents, go to "Program Files" and add the game folder there.

Step 4: Go back to wineskin, go to advanced, and browse it until you find "PokerNight2.exe"(my path was like this: "/Program Files/Poker Night 2/PokerNight2.exe" If this is how you're path is to the "PokerNight2.exe" file, then you can skip this step) , press ok.

Step 5: Play and enjoy! :D.

:ph34r:


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Don't you know there is official mac on Steam? http://store.steampo...1_7_7_230_150_1

REBOOT, on 10 May 2013 - 08:41 PM, said:

Don't you know there is official mac on Steam? http://store.steampo...1_7_7_230_150_1

I do, but, ah well, no torrents for Mac... :P.

Also, this can be good to go to if you have issues with the native version, like people had with TWD.
could you do the first one please i have trouble with it on my mac (steam version)

Not an impersonator :D, on 10 May 2013 - 09:43 PM, said:

could you do the first one please i have trouble with it on my mac (steam version)

Once this one becomes a lil' more "succesful" (dat grammar), sure!

XxLAZERZWillxX, on 10 May 2013 - 08:46 PM, said:

I do, but, ah well, no torrents for Mac... :P.

Also, this can be good to go to if you have issues with the native version, like people had with TWD.
its 5 dollars -.- and i have a 2011 macbook and it works without issues
It would be nice for if you could make a wrapper for the first one.The native one crashes right after the tutorial

thegodfather, on 12 May 2013 - 05:40 PM, said:

its 5 dollars -.- and i have a 2011 macbook and it works without issues

It's 5 Dollars... exactly! Not everyone has that money!

And yes, YOU have no issues, others can... *facepalm*
Oh wow, my port was so to speak "featured" on the great Weekly Dose :). Thanks! :D.

XxLAZERZWillxX, on 21 May 2013 - 07:58 PM, said:

Oh wow, my port was so to speak "featured" on the great Weekly Dose :). Thanks! :D.
poker night 1 :D?????



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