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Descent 2 (D2X-XL) 1.18.70
Descent 2 (D2X-XL) 1.18.70 D2X-XL is a modification of the original Descent 1 and 2 source code allowing to play these two great games on modern hardware. With D2X-XL, you can revive these two games and either make them look (almost) like the original, or activate a whole slew of enhancements that have been added to D2X-XL and give it a vastly improved appearance. D2X-XL allows you to play both Descent 1 and Descent 2 with a single program, using appropriate game elements and behaviour for each of the titles. Despite its enhancements, D2X-XL is 100% true to the original games, allowing you to turn off all extras and play Descent 1 and 2 just the way they looked back in the day when they were new. Due to its many enhancements, D2X-XL offers a greatly enhanced single player experience as well as improved and expanded multiplayer capabilities. D2X-XL offers enhancements in every area of the game. Here is a short, incomplete list of what you can expect from D2X-XL: Visual Improvements High resolution textures, models, sound Colored, lightmap based illumination and per-pixel lighting New effects: Smoke, lightning, glow, volumetric glare, improved explosions New gun effects: Light and smoke trails, tracers, lightning bolts, bullet cases New ship effects: Dynamic shield effects, thruster flames Stereoscopic Rendering Oculus Rift support Supports 3D TVs Anaglyph rendering Multiplayer Improvements UDP/IP networking making matches directly over the internet possible Match making via built-in game tracker Up to 16 players per match New game modes: Real CTF, Entropy, Monsterball, Darkness Automatic download of missing multiplayer levels Special ...
0/5 4,211 Aug 23, 2015
Dietfrid Mali
Gang Garrison 2 v2.9.2
Gang Garrison 2 v2.9.2 Gang Garrison 2 is a free multiplayer 'demake' of Valve's Team Fortress 2. With all 9 classes, many different TF2-inspired environments, and fast-paced, team-based, multiplayer gameplay, GG2 is the premier TF2 tribute. It was originally conceived by mrfredman and MedO for the 2008 TIGSource.com 'Bootleg Demake' competition, with many developers later adding new features. Originally conceived for the 2008 TIGSource.com 'Bootleg Demake' competition, Gang Garrison 2 is a free multiplayer 'demake' of Valve's Team Fortress 2 started by mrfredman and MedO with many developers later adding new features. With all 9 classes, many different TF2-inspired environments, and fast-paced, team-based, multiplayer gameplay represented, GG2 is the premier TF2 tribute/parody/alternative. Gang Garrison 2 presents the player with 9 unique classes to use in frenetic, cooperative multiplayer action in a stylish and unique 8-bit style. Battle with your friends or others you encounter online through a whole range of vibrant maps; TF2 maps reimagined in 2D as well as a multitude of maps with all sorts of different looks and settings, all of which have been dreamed up and constructed by members of our community. We've made a huge effort to provide simple, bugfree custom map support, so that anyone with a paint application can put together a map and test it themselves with our Garrison Builder utility. We also gladly encourage Gang Garrison modifications; many successful mods have been incorporated into the game as new features. While this game has come a long way, it is still a work in progress and many impressive new features are being planned such as new gametypes and alternate weapons. Because this game continues to grow only because of the devotion and hard work of our community, we invite you to come and participate in the future of this game. We are always looking for talented people ...
5/5 2,812 Jan 19, 2020
Gang Garrison
Halloween Knight 2 v0.1.0
Halloween Knight 2 v0.1.0 Wear your armor and get back to fight! Explore a cursed forest in search of the path back to your home. Use the powers of a mysterious set of armor and find your way through traps and puzzles! Immerse yourself in this retro-experience inspired from classic 8-bit games!
5/5 2,157 Jan 05, 2019
Lionsoft
MiniDOOM 2 v2.0.3
MiniDOOM 2 v2.0.3 What if Doom was a platformer instead of a first person shooter? The answer is miniDoom 2, a fan game that pays homage to the Doom franchise by reimagining it as a 2d retro platformer. It takes the beloved cast of classic DOOM enemies and weapons and blends them with old school 80s and 90s games like Contra and Metal Slug resulting in a fast paced pixelated carnage fest with a killer heavy metal soundtrack. Features: 17 new levels and 2 new bosses for hours of fun (and frustration). 14 weapons spanning all Doom games and additional secret weapons. 40+ minutes of face-melting metal and spine-shivering ambient music, plus renditions of the classic “At Doom’s Gate” theme. Secrets, upgrades and mysterious artifacts to discover and unlock. Smooth and responsive controls that will make your skills the most important weapon to defeat the legions of hell. Colorful, funny and bloody artwork inspired on 80s and 90s games. 5 levels of difficulty and 4 game modes to fit every gamer, from the inexperienced rookie to the demon slaying hardcore gamer that has walked the planes for a million years. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,165 Aug 23, 2019
Calavera Studio
Operation: Tank Command 2
Operation: Tank Command 2 The Soviet Union has launched an attack. The Russians are invading Europe while China begins their assault on neighboring countries in Asia. It is your job to stop the Red Army. Take out waves of enemy Tanks and avoid the enemy salvos, its simple, yet frantic, gameplay will leave you on the edge of your seat. "Evade, Endure, Eliminate", victory is within our grasp.
0/5 3,277 May 11, 2015
Jazz Software
Pointing Magnifier 2 v2.0.7
Pointing Magnifier 2 v2.0.7 The Pointing Magnifier is a cursor replacement designed to reduce the need for fine motor control. It is also useful in getting a close look at any region of the screen without losing the surrounding context, which has been useful to graphic designers and people with low vision. With the Pointing Magnifier, the usual mouse cursor is replaced by a semi-transparent circular cursor. When the user clicks, the area beneath this circular cursor becomes magnified. Once magnified, the typical mouse cursor arrow appears within the magnified lens, allowing for normal mouse operations, now on much larger targets. The Pointing Magnifier supports all button-based actions: clicking, double-clicking, right-clicking, dragging, and button dwelling, both on the cursor itself and within its magnified lens. It does not trigger mouse movement-based events—mouse over, mouse hover, mouse enter, or mouse leave—due to technical limitations. The original Pointing Magnifier was developed in 2010-2011 by Alex Jansen, with lead designer Leah Findlater and help from Jacob O. Wobbrock, among others. A decade later, numerous feature requests and design improvements have resulted in the creation of Pointing Magnifier 2 by Jacob O. Wobbrock, with help from Alexis Hiniker. Pointing Magnifier 2 Despite the many improvements in Pointing Magnifier 2, there are still some known issues. Known Issues: The Pointing Magnifier cannot trigger mouse movement-based events—mouse over, mouse hover, mouse enter, or mouse leave. Application features, like ToolTips, that require such signals will not respond to the Pointing Magnifier area cursor for these events. A remedy is to use the "suppress" key, which by default is the Ctrl key, to temporarily hide the circular cursor and reveal your regular mouse pointer. The Pointing Magnifier will generally draw behind most menus because menus capture the mouse in order to operate. Thus, the Pointing Magnifier ...
5/5 602 May 01, 2020
Dr. Jacob O. Wobbrock
Universal Extractor 2 v2.0.0 RC3
Universal Extractor 2 v2.0.0 RC3 Universal Extractor is a powerful and well-known tool to extract files from hundreds of different archive types, installers or otherwise compressed files. It has been created and maintained by Jared Breland until he set it on hiatus after the release of version 1.6.1. Currently, there are several slightly updated modifications floating around, which consist mainly of helper binary updates. Additionally, some improved versions with auto-updaters, more supported file types and GUI redesigns exist. Sadly, these are scattered around the internet and no central and easy download packages are available. As a user you would have to search through many forums in a wide variety of languages to even find a link to the program. Universal Extractor 2 is the most advanced inofficial modification around, aiming at the inclusion of many wanted features, improvement of current ones, ongoing support and a central open-source distribution. UniExtract 2 started as a simple modification disabling the always-on-top status box and ended with the addition of dozens of extractors to expand the range of supported file types. New - and unique amongst the available modifications - features like a scan-only mode to identify unknown file types using multiple scanning applications, the batch mode or the extraction of audio and video tracks from multimedia files make it stand out against these. As a short overview here is a list of the core improvements: Batch mode Silent mode, not showing any prompts Scan only mode to determine file types without extracting Integrated updater 100+ new supported file types Audio and video extraction for multimedia files Cascading context menu Support for password list for common archives Improved optional ...
5/5 1,801 Aug 25, 2020
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