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I wanted to setup a few Arcade Games on my Maverick box (for the children, you know, ... :-)). I really like Frozen Bubble but I can't set the graphics preferences, choosing the graphics tab in the game just gives me a little bumping indicator telling me it's working, but nothing happens?

How to set the resolution (maybe even fullscreen?) on this game?

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There does not seem to be multiple resolutions available for Frozen Bubble. Even if you use the --fullscreen switch, the resolution will not increase. Instead the game will be displayed in the same resolution on a black background.

At least I couldn't find a switch or method to change the resolution.

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The fullscreen option works for me, but the resolution isn't any higher. –  Alvin Row Nov 23 '10 at 18:08
    
@DoR: Yes, that was exactly what I tried to say with the black border...let me rephrase that. –  Bobby Nov 23 '10 at 18:09
    
@Bobby, no for me there is no black border. What I meant by the same resolution is that everything is just "blown up", it fills the screen but it looks blurry. –  Alvin Row Nov 23 '10 at 18:25
    
@DoR: Oh, interesting. I've 2.2 here, maybe this behaviour was changed at some point? –  Bobby Nov 23 '10 at 18:28
    
@Bobby I have the same version, I don't think there is supposed to be a black background. –  Alvin Row Nov 23 '10 at 18:30
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Ok thx everybody!

I reinstalled the game (verion 2.2) and changed the launcher to use the command

frozen-bubble --fullscreen (thx Bobby!)

and the game starts in fullscreen mode and works perfectly! (It's installing quite a few graphics related libs, so my guess is, the dependencies have been fixed.)

Thw ingame graphics settings tab doesn't have any function at least for me, so I can't switch graphics mode within the game. No big deal.

So, again, thx for answers - it's working now!

cya all, piedro

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