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As said, check the Android port. Its MILES better to play it on mobile than using mdb. Ive completed all games in my phone, s7 galaxy edge with exynos chipset ( BG1,2 IWD1,2 PS:T and NWN 😛 )… size screen is not a dealbreaker and usability is very good.
Furthermore, I think that PS:T and other infinity engine games are built for xin xp and wont work on win 95. Plus I imagine that the loading times on a phone would be scary.
Furthermore, there is a free engine reimplementation called GEMrb. Its a bit of a pain to set up and has some bugs but you can play through the full game. And other as well like BG1, 2 and IWD1 ( IWD2 is unpolished and uncompletable thou )
If my memory serves right, thats the use for the upper left toggleable button ( its called mouse looking ) and allows to aim using the right side of the touch screen.
Use the one created for Duke 3d. It works pretty well on all Build Ebgine games with only some minor tweaks.
Both Rainbow Six and Rogue Spear need a 3d card, so you are stuck to play in software renderer, so … bye bye fps.
No way to crank them up. Tried everything I could 😀 I used to LOVE Rogue Spear haha
Amazing work, saw your post in /r/emualitononandroid too 😀
My pretty simple Mech 2 onscreen setup cries in shame seeing this haha
Hey Alex, Beloko is back on the play store, quite some time ago actually, as Opentouch Gaming 😀
That Quad Touch Im talking about its his old Quake touch! :D:D He got Doom Touch back too, named now Delta Touch. He has plans to port at least the Jedi Knight engines too ( told in his discord ). The engines now are MILES better than then old ones. Even Delta Touch has Zanondrum3.0 and lastest GZDoom… so all the great mods out there work perfectly.
I completed Doom’s Sigil a few weeks ago hahaha 😀
For Quake, as much as I love MDB, Id suggest using Quad Touch from the play store. It’s a a port of several engines, it runs from Quake 1 to Quake 3 and Hexen2, plus mods. It’s much faster than MDB and some of the en gines have much better graphics than the og Quake, plus it support gamepads and the touchscreen controls are superB.
Old programmers really loved to do some weid quirks to their games :p
It would be so simple to load a file from the HD, or locate the original BT folder, or lots of other easy options…
Im really curious as wich games would need a writable second drive 😀 Mind telling me please? I can only think of some diskette game that has some kind of anticopy on the discs but… ¿?29. January 2020 at 18:51 in reply to: tomb raider 2 and age of empires 2 is it possible? #7643
Forget about Windows 3d games. Everything I tried is just too slow and the loading times are atrocious. Aoe2, even beign a Win 9x game, runs quite ok on my s7 edge exynos, it stutters a bit here and there but definetly works.
Same to you and y’all !! 😀
Here I am!
Site will only host for 14 days, if anyone can upload it to a better place, will be appreciated 😀 ( zippyshare is banned in Spain atm ).
Just saw this post.
For me to get F2 to work I had to install the Restoration patch on the original F2 install to make it win98 compatible, and on a clean w98 install with drivers, I installed directx 9c ¿ I think it was 9c ?.
For me it works flawlessly.8. November 2019 at 9:48 in reply to: Starcraft / Win95 mouse navigation and target widget problem #7388
Has your phone anything akin a game mode/performance mode? If so, it might be tampering with your screen resolution. On my Samsung, the game mode lowers the resolution output by half and makes the mouse input go bananas. As soon as I turned it off, everything worked fine.
Zippyshare has been blocked on many countries it seems, try to download it via vpn 😀