Says error about not being able to find the CD-rom drive.
I just get a error saying "Error É" whilst trying to run the executable.
Both do install fine into %APPDATA% though. I've tried both the x86/x64 versions executables of Boxedwine.
Mounting CD-rom directly, extracting it to ISO then to a folder doesn't seem to work either.
Do you happen to have any idea what I might be doing wrong or if those games are not yet supported at all?
As for the Putt-Putt, that has the look of flash or Adobe Air. I know that things like Java, and .Net don't work yet in Boxedwine, so if it is doing any kind of JIT then it won't work. I added that to the list of games I should look at.
You got pretty unlucky if you only tried 2 older games like that and neither worked.
I did get them working and playable some time ago on Linux using Wine though (my little brother likes to play them still, except he can't get used to Linux), even though they ask for CD-rom.
The Putt-Putt game is using some custom click 'n play Python2 based "SCUMM" engine, it doesn't require Java or .NET iirc. And I think they predate JIT a bit.
This project is really clever and one the best things I've seen on here in a while.