Ok, I'll give it look later.Hi all,
@ptitSeb : looks like "To The Moon" has been updated on GOG. The Linux installer file's name is no longer gog_to_the_moon_184.108.40.206.sh. I renamed the file to gog_to_the_moon_220.127.116.11.sh for your data extractor to work, and data extraction completed successfully. The main menu seemed normal enough, but in game it didn't make any sense. The two doctors appeared to be floating above some weird background, and text was not displayed at all...
Could you please have a look ?
Cheers, Magic Sam
Thanks! I switched from glshim to GL4ES, used LIBGL_ES=2 I get a black window and it cashes:I think godot needs at least OpenGL 2.x. So use `LIBGL_ES=2` to use GLES2.0 backend (because GLES 1.1 is default on Pandora). Also, your wrapper seems super old. It's glshim? Better use gl4es. (the GLES2.0 backend exist only in gl4es, not in glshim).
Also, you may want to build godot for native GLES2.0 instead?