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LEGOLAND EXE Parameters


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The 'legoland.exe' can be run with different parameters. There are only 3, but I will still post them.
 

-nointro (Disables game intro videos)
-nomusic (No game music)
WINDEBUG (Windowed Mode)

 

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It's better than nothing. Too bad there's no custom resolution, though. It's a pain looking at it on my 1366x768 monitor fullscreen.

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Yeah, but in most cases 2D games aren't very good with stretching. There's usually no program code for stretching out all the images, and since there are no vectors, without some intensive modding it really just isn't possible.

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Yeah, but in most cases 2D games aren't very good with stretching. There's usually no program code for stretching out all the images, and since there are no vectors, without some intensive modding it really just isn't possible.

Is this game 2D? Looking through the files, there's quite a few models which seem to indicate at least some things are 3D.

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On 1/23/2013 at 5:47 AM, Cyrem said:

The 'legoland.exe' can be run with different parameters. There are only 3, but I will still post them.
 

-nointro (Disables game intro videos)
-nomusic (No game music)
WINDEBUG (Windowed Mode)

 

how would one go about adding these parameters? is it in properties > settings?

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4 hours ago, Alkumist said:

how would one go about adding these parameters? is it in properties > settings?

The usual way; find your executable), right-click it, Send To -> Desktop (Create Shortcut), wander over to your desktop (Win+D is a speedy way to do this), right-click your shortcut, Properties, then at the end of the "Target" box just put those things:

 

so the Target box says something like

 

"C:\Idontcare\Ihavenoclue\whereyou\installedLegoland\Legoland.exe" -nointro -nomusic -WINDEBUG

 

Hit Ok down the bottom and you're done!

 

 

Is WINDEBUG supposed to have a dash in front of it? I'd guess it does, but in the OP @Cyremsays it doesn't. Maybe take the dash off.

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On 1/23/2013 at 1:47 PM, Cyrem said:

The 'legoland.exe' can be run with different parameters. There are only 3, but I will still post them.
 

-nointro (Disables game intro videos)
-nomusic (No game music)
WINDEBUG (Windowed Mode)

 

Fr, is WINDEBUG supposed to have a dash behind it?

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