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You can get it here: http://members.rogers.com/ramrajb/Downloads/Island.zip See if u can guess what music is playing You need DirectX to run it, and u use the up, down, left, right key pad or the mouse and mouse wheel to move. To end it just press Esc. It is also a bit cpu intensive so watch out. Post ur fps if u have the time. I want to make sure it runs on as many computers as possible. If u find any problems or have any questions/ suggustions/ requests, just post em. Right now im working on adding reflection and refraction to the demo and ill try to fix all problems asap. O, and feel free to use any of my models or textures. A bit of credit would be nice but not necessary (its not like ill hunt u down...ill find someone else to do it for me ). Big thanks to Daher, his engine got me going on this demo, and those are his skybox textures.

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I downloaded...

When i tried it out it took about 20 seconds to load. Then after it loaded it went at about 10 frames a second and i don''t think it loooked like it was suppost to everything was flat with a couple blue lines moving all over. The sound wokred fine. I took a look at your .log file and everything loaded alright. Not sure whats wrong..

sorry

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I like it, I got 33fps on a P4 1.8 with GF3.
But you have to work on the controls. We can''t move around freely, I find it unnatural.

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I agree with Blaster, the movement is a little awkward, especially the jumps made with a mouse wheel. Other than that, it looks pretty neat.

It was hard to tell how many FPS I got, somewhere in between 100 and 300. I''m running it on an AthlonXP 2100+ with a GeForce4 Ti4600.

Elijah

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thats quite nice
my system :
Athlon T-bird 1.4Ghz + GF3 ti200 + Win2K + 30.30 dets, desktop @ 1280*1024
got around 40 - 50 fps, but I did have a few things running in teh background at the time

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20 fps on Athlon T-bird 1200, GF2 GTS. The animation and controls were really jerky. I don't think the water was how you intended either after looking at your textures. All I saw was moving sand texture and blue at the horizon with blue streaks across the floor every so often.

Same problem as GimpMaster I think.

On the up side, the sound worked great.

Oh well.

EDIT: Just thought of something. Do you use a feature exlusive to GF3 of higher cards? I don't know what card GimpMaster has, but everyone else doesn't get probs BUT has higher than GF2 cards.

- CheeseMonger

[edited by - CheeseMonger on July 30, 2002 9:04:37 PM]

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Athlon 1800++ onboard 32 mb i got 7 to 10 fps and the MUSIC IS FROM FINALLLLLLLLLLLLLL FANTASYYYYYYYY 7 !!! hheheh it tok like 1 second to load 512 of ddr

Metal Typhoon

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As i said, i am still working on reflection and refraction. The texturing on the water is really rough. Im just making sure the program works ok before i start doing the complicated stuff. I''ll be using the accumulation buffer (or trying to) so it should work on all machines (all fast machines ).

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