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Umm... well, I'd define "older" as a computer with below a 1.0 gHZ CPU speed and with something like an S3 Trio video card. It'd be something like an HP computer straight from 2001. I don't want the users of my game to have to have a relatively new computer to play a 2D game. That's what SDL's blitting API gave me and what I plan to improve through hxRender.

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I can barely get it to run at all on my voodoo3.


Are you running WinXP? If so there arent any drivers for 3dfx cards, i know because an 8mg AccelStar card that i bought for $3.00 ran circles around my voodoo5.


btw is there any more tuts/code we can look at other than the rotdemo?

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I can barely get it to run at all on my voodoo3.


Are you running WinXP? If so there arent any drivers for 3dfx cards, i know because an 8mg AccelStar card that i bought for $3.00 ran circles around my voodoo5.


btw is there any more tuts/code we can look at other than the rotdemo?



uhm, not right now. when I get my laptop back, we'll see.

And don't pick on my Voodoo3... she may be showing her age, but she can still play quake 2.

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guess i forgot about this page. It has 3rd party drivers on it.

http://www.voodoofiles.com/3dfxhelp.asp


ps. sorry if i went a bit more off topic.

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