Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1192 from 2003/2/24
From: Helsinki, Finland
Waited a long while for MOS3.2 on the PB, to be honest it was a bit of a disappointment not to have the same MorphOS experience on the PB G4 as other MOS platforms...ie. pretty much full support of all Amiga hacks (incl. Warp3D.)
Those ancient games were pretty much the only eye candy fun stuff that's good to while away some time and make a fun demonstration. I guess GLquake still works?
Let's see... Warp3D games...
That would be Wipeout 2097, Heretic II, Shogo, Descent Freespace and... and... Well, that was pretty much it.
Of course I'd remove Freespace from the list, as you can play the data files on special version of Freespace 2 engine which is WAY less buggy, and better looking.
If you think that wasn't all, feel free to expand the list. Of course there are some freeware games too, but not many.
In my opinion, it should be MUCH higher priority to fix TinyGL, as it doesn't work well with some games on on R300 (Neverball comes to mind)
Also, of the 4 mentioned "W3D games", only one (Wipeout) does use Warp3D directly (I think?) - for others, assumably more simple MiniGL => TinyGL wrapper might do.[ Edited by Jupp3 23.06.2013 - 23:15 ]