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First post, by Chadti99

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GLQuake runs quite well and MotoRacer is quite playable. What other Glide, OpenGL, or Direct3D games might have a shot at being playable?

Reply 2 of 10, by auron

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certainly not any of the quake addons, hexen 2 or quake 2...

tomb raider 1&2 should run pretty well. i think out of the later stuff, turok 1 and forsaken have a chance to run at somewhat playable framerates.

Reply 4 of 10, by cyclone3d

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How about PODRacer ? (Star Wars Episode 1: Racer)

I'll show myself out now...

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Reply 6 of 10, by chinny22

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Carmageddon
Need for Speed II

Both of theses were 1 step to far for my DX2/66 so imagine would be good on a P100 with 3D Acceleration

Reply 7 of 10, by dr.zeissler

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voodoo1 get's a 20-30% boost in framerates when setting to 512x384 instead of 640x480,
perhaps it's the same on voodoo2. So try this out.

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Reply 10 of 10, by BinaryDemon

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Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2 (Win95)

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