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Re: DOSBox-X branch

TheGreatCodeholio wrote: mr_bigmouth_502 wrote: Stupid question, but why is the dynamic core so slow on 64-bit DosBox builds? How can I force an Arch Linux system to build it in 32-bit? There is no dynamic core on 64-bit. The dynamic core is only enabled on 32-bit builds. Really? Why not?

Re: Games with CD Audio?

On PC: Civilization II Warcraft II (not sure about BNE) Warlords III: Darklords Rising (I'd assume Reign of Heroes as well) Carmageddon Carmageddon Splat Pack Carmageddon II: Carpocalypse Now Quake II Blood Descent II: The Infinite Abyss (I'd assume vanilla Descent II too) On PSX: Wipeout Wip3out …

Re: Old shareware broke Win98.

Reinstall Windows, I guess. I think your shareware disks might be infected with some type of a virus. It happened back in the day. :< Crap. I really hope it doesn't come down to this. It took me forever and a day to get 98 running exactly the way I wanted it to, and there are at least 100 games …

Re: Age of Empires CD/A music without Daemon Tools?

This doesn't really address your question, but I've found that the game's MIDI music sounds superb and, IMO, slightly better than the CD music, when you use the Roland SC-55 soundfont from the following thread: http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=45600 (for those who don't know what to do …

Re: Got my ass handed to me in COD:BO3

Say, I wonder if there's a thread here for multiplayer meetups. I've been playing a bit of Quake 2 lately and it'd be fun to see how I stack up against fellow Vogons. I'd be up for it if I could just install a linux native version of Quake 2. Though I'd obviously have to use Wine and the windows …

Re: Got my ass handed to me in COD:BO3

Call of Duty is surprisingly difficult for people used to older FPSs, like myself. :P I used to play the original Black Ops quite a bit on Xbox Live, and it was pretty fun, but I got killed a LOT. A few years later I picked up Titanfall on PC, which had similar gameplay mechanics, and I'd say I did …

Re: Versions of Mortal Kombat (1) (DOS port)

in DOS
I later played the MK2 PC version after the Arcade machines were gone. I still remember the cheat code for it which was nonsensical. :evil: I will also note that the MK2 version had blood which was removed on the Nintendo version. The North American SNES version of MK2 had all the blood and …

Re: Post your 'current' PC

Lately I've mostly been using my Thinkpad X230t CPU: Core i5 3320m GPU: Intel HD 4000 Graphics RAM: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Primary Storage: 80GB Intel 810 SSD Secondary Storage:320GB Seagate 7200RPM (crap drive; I think it's failing; only other drive I have that fits is a 5400RPM Hitachi in even worse …

Re: Sound Blaster Emulator for Dos?

A Soundblaster emulation with inbuilt FM synthesis would be like a holy grail for DOS, or even Win9x. It would make it so much easier to get a retro rig up and going since you wouldn't have to worry about ISA compatibility. Merely running DosBox on DOS would be interesting, but I'd be more …

Re: Dosbox SVGA Playability

Quake isn't that scary to emulate. Demanding sure, but well written and emulates rally really well with little self-modifying. It's those hitchy fiddly Build engine games and Bethesda games you really have to worry about. (also i timedemo demo1 to 95.3fps on 640x480 so that's p nice too) The other …

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