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    Senior Member cwk9's Avatar
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    First person shooter in 96kb

    Thats right a first person shooter in 96kb.

    The system requirements are a little beefy but still very impressive for 90kb

    - A 1.5GHz Pentium3/Athlon or faster.
    - 512MB of RAM (or more)
    - A Geforce4Ti (or higher) or ATI Radeon8500 (or higher) graphics card
    supporting pixel shaders 1.3, preferably with 128MB or more of VRAM.
    - Some kind of sound hardware
    - DirectX 9.0b

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    First thing it did on my box was crash. But from the pics it looks cool like something with the guns from all those Unreal games and with enviroments and enemy characters from half-life.

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    AO übergeek phishphreek's Avatar
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    Wow... that game is slooooow.

    But, its just a beta.

    Pretty cool concept though.

    I'm running on a 1.9GHZ box with 1024MB RDRAM with a 128MB GeForce 5200 FX video card. Sound Blaster Live (5.1 surround). With directx 9.0b? Whatever is the latest...

    Maybe my video card isn't good enough?

    Cool graphics and the like. Just very very touchy on the controls and pretty slow on reactions.

    I'll have to keep an eye on this...
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    i tried this out on a athlon2800 with 1 gig ram and a geforce3 ti200 pro 128 , and it ran fast but almost everything was red , quite strange but imppressive for such a small size. make you wonder why all these new games are like 2+ gigs.
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