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LocoRoco™ 2
06-22-2019, 04:07 AM
Post: #31
RE: LocoRoco™ 2
(06-17-2017 03:03 PM)chacu34 Wrote:  Hey, I don't know if there's someone here but I have a graphical bug on Locoroco 2, especifically in water levels.

I'm using PPSSPP v.1.4.2 64 bits, and in some parts of those water levels, the screen just goes crazy and I can't see the level, so I can't keep playing the level :/

Anyone got that bug? Help please.Undecided

Yes. I know it's an old post, but it's the only one I've found so far on this issue. What happens is that at some point in this water level, a yellowish opaque layer slides over the entire scene from the right, and you can't see anything but some leftover background graphics like land and palm trees. The locos and course layout are completely invisible, and the game becomes unplayable. I have a feeling this layer is meant to be transparent, or in the background.

PPSSPP Version 1.8, 64-bit, DirectX 11, all settings default except postprocessing (natural colors), though playing with a bunch of system & graphics settings after the bug surfaced made no difference. Windows 10; Nvidia GFX 1060 6GB, Intel i5-6500. Running beautifully for several levels until this happened.
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06-22-2019, 04:11 AM
Post: #32
RE: LocoRoco™ 2
(06-17-2017 03:03 PM)chacu34 Wrote:  Hey, I don't know if there's someone here but I have a graphical bug on Locoroco 2, especifically in water levels.

I'm using PPSSPP v.1.4.2 64 bits, and in some parts of those water levels, the screen just goes crazy and I can't see the level, so I can't keep playing the level :/

Anyone got that bug? Help please.Undecided

Yes. I know it's an old post, but it's the only one I've found so far on this issue. What happens is that at some point in this water level, a yellowish opaque layer slides over the entire scene from the right, and you can't see anything but some leftover background graphics like land and palm trees. The locos and course layout are completely invisible, and the game becomes unplayable. I have a feeling this layer is meant to be transparent, or in the background.

PPSSPP Version 1.8, 64-bit, DirectX 11, all settings default except postprocessing (natural colors), though playing with a bunch of system & graphics settings after the bug surfaced made no difference. Windows 10; Nvidia GFX 1060 6GB, Intel i5-6500. Running beautifully for several levels until this happened.
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