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Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Operation_Gigabyte 2011-07-09 0
Operation Gigabyte (autoboot) - PATCHED.adf 2011-07-28 901.1 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte.adf 2011-07-28 901.1 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte (autoboot).adf 2011-07-28 901.1 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte - PATCHED.adf 2011-07-28 901.1 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte readme.txt 2011-07-24 1.9 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte.exe 2011-07-24 2.8 MB 0
winuaebootlog.txt 2011-07-24 11.1 kB 0
winuaelog.txt 2011-07-24 15.2 kB 0
Operation Gigabyte.zip 2011-07-24 2.7 MB 0
3DNoid.txt 2011-07-09 2.2 kB 0
Gigabyte.txt 2011-07-09 64.4 kB 0
Gigabyte.Asc 2011-07-09 62.7 kB 0
Operation_Gigabyte.info 2011-07-09 2.8 kB 0
3DNoid.AMOS.info 2011-07-09 1.0 kB 0
3DNoid.Asc 2011-07-09 2.1 kB 0
Gigabyte.AMOS 2011-07-09 91.7 kB 0
Gigabyte.AMOS.info 2011-07-09 1.0 kB 0
3DNoid.AMOS 2011-07-09 48.7 kB 0
Totals: 19 Items   9.4 MB
NEW: Download this game to play easily on Windows (or Wine) here: Installer: http://mequa.dragotech.net/Operation%20Gigabyte.exe (2.65MB) Zip archive: http://mequa.dragotech.net/Operation%20Gigabyte.zip (2.59MB) This utilises the WinUAE emulator and the free AROS-68k Kickstart replacement ROM. It also includes a new patch by Toni Wilen for AMOS 3D AROS-68k compatibility. This game, all sources and derivative videos are in the public domain. AMOS BASIC is now under a BSD-style licence. This game has been confirmed working on Android and UAE4Droid with Kickstart 1.3 ROM. This was my attempt at a 3D Asteroids-style shooter for the Commodore Amiga. Only instead of rocks, you're destroying Amiga 500s, nasty old-fashioned monitors and those evil floppy disks! All rendered in vintage solid polygonal 3D... Created in 1997/1998 (way past the Amiga's prime!) at age 15 in AMOS Professional 2.0 (a dialect of BASIC!) with AMOS 3D and the AMOS Professional Compiler, on an Amiga 1200 with 250MB 'Overdrive' PCMCIA external HDD. This game was also playable on a Pentium 166 in DOSUAE and DOSFellow during the game's development in 1998. Emulated and recorded in WinUAE 2.1.0 beta 22 with NTSC ECS chipset and 68060 Direct JIT (fastest settings). Note that when the FPS says 25 or 50, it should read 30 or 60, however the higher frame rates are cropped on YouTube. This game is considerably slower on stock real Amigas - just about playable on a stock A1200 (around 7fps). I also added a little game demo which I created at the time using the same 3D models and sound effects. UPDATE: This is now downloadable as an ADF file from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/opgig/files/ English Amiga Board discussion: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=661429#post661429 YouTube video for Operation Gigabyte: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4qcq-4h8fw
Source: Operation Gigabyte readme.txt, updated 2011-07-24

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