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Vampire V4 - Genetic Species AGA

Pedro Cotter
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 215
11 Jun 2019 21:20


Quick testing this Amiga game in AGA mode on the Vampire V4.
Of course the test would no be complete without the CDDA.

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Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1434
11 Jun 2019 21:26


Very nice, best Amiga FPS on the run. Can it go higher then 320x on (S)AGA?


Pedro Cotter
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 215
11 Jun 2019 21:35


Vojin Vidanovic wrote:

Very nice, best Amiga FPS on the run. Can it go higher then 320x on (S)AGA?

Sure. Up to 640x480 i think. One just have to select the res on the requester before starting the game.
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John William

Posts 453
11 Jun 2019 22:27


Pedro Cotter wrote:

Vojin Vidanovic wrote:

  Very nice, best Amiga FPS on the run. Can it go higher then 320x on (S)AGA?
 

 
  Sure. Up to 640x480 i think. One just have to select the res on the requester before starting the game.
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I swear in my inner heart that the Amiga 2000 naked is LITERALLY AN AIR CONDITIONER!!

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compared to the A2000 in the video

THEY ARE THE SAME...I SWEAR THEY ARE THE SAME!!



Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1434
11 Jun 2019 22:40


Pedro Cotter wrote:

  Sure. Up to 640x480 i think. One just have to select the res on the requester before starting the game.
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Game looks way better and represents Vamp power. Do the high res whenever possible :)



Steve Ferrell

Posts 378
11 Jun 2019 23:08


Pedro Cotter wrote:

Vojin Vidanovic wrote:

  Very nice, best Amiga FPS on the run. Can it go higher then 320x on (S)AGA?
 

 
  Sure. Up to 640x480 i think. One just have to select the res on the requester before starting the game.
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Very smooth at 640x480.  Thanks for sharing.


Sean Sk

Posts 292
12 Jun 2019 01:39


That's pretty impressive.

Given that the Vampire is capable of that type of thing, I wonder how easy or difficult it would be to port Playstation 1 games over. For me, that would be pure awesomeness. Any thoughts?




Mr Niding

Posts 388
12 Jun 2019 05:08


The smoothness is impressive to see, even more so when you consider that these games doesnt come close to being optimized for Vampire.


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1434
12 Jun 2019 14:26


Different CPU arch, no 3D support in Vamps yet.

However, one could always try FPSE m68k
0.10.6 OS3
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OS3 Hardware
Amiga compatible M680x0 hardware with FPU
32MB RAM
A graphic card which can show thousands or millions of colors

Backport of AROS one might be fresher (currently x86 AROS version) and easier to do.
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