Any good OpenGL games?
Alastair G. Hogge
agh at tpg.com.au
Sat Feb 4 23:17:18 PST 2006
On Sunday 05 February 2006 17:25, Xn Nooby wrote:
> On 2/4/06, Alastair G. Hogge <agh at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> > On Sunday 05 February 2006 12:06, Xn Nooby wrote:
> > > I have a P4 2Ghz with an nVidia card, so I installed the nVidia driver.
> > > I'm currently installing 'linux-enemyterritory' which I think will
> > I also have wine on my system, is it difficult to get windows opengl
> > games
> > > to run?
> > OpenGL MS-Windows games under Wine seem to work ok.
> > DirectX games are a little slow in my opinion.
> Have you tried any I might have heard of?
I used to play Quake2, RtCW and something thru Wine but that was along time
> Maybe Silent Assassin or City of
> Heroes? (I'm not sure if they are OpenGL).
Don't know these games sorry. But winehq has a listing on City of Heroes:
> I've only used wine for zip,
> 7zip, winrar, freeagent, and some other utilty apps. I wonder if wine will
> detect that I later installed the nvidia OpenGL driver?
Wine will direct OpenGL call to your OpenGL installation.
> > I've heard of cedega on linux, but would rather roll my own free
> > > solution if possible (or copy someone elses method).
> > >
> > > Playing "Call of Duty" would be ideal, or maybe Return to Castle
> > > Wolfenstein.
> > RtCW under Wine runs fines...most id games do I think. Also there is
> > Linux binary of RtCW which is probably a better method then Wine.
> Is this one a FreeBSD native RTCW?
It's FreeBSD port of the linux version.
> I lost my old Window pk3 file, but it looks they are free now:
No you still need the original paks. This port will just install them into the
> I will try it when Enemy Territory finishes. It's taken 5 hours to
> download ET, whoever is hosting 250MB file isnt giving up much bandwidth.
> But its free, so I'm not complaining. Much, lol.
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