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Old 14th February, 2005, 02:11 PM
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Question 64bit Games

does anyone have a list or know which (good) games are written for 64bit.
i still have no modem driver (broadcom 440x) for my laptop so that limits what else i can do.
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Old 14th February, 2005, 02:48 PM
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there are a couple on aoafiles under the 64 bit section. there are a few 64 bit ports for linux, including unreal tournament 2004. XP is still too immature and changing. 64 bit unix has been around for years, and is completely stable, hence the availability of 64 bit games on it. Atari/Epic and ID are the people most likely to have new stuff for 64 bit. The unreal series has been on the cutting edge since its conception. ID are likewise inclined with their quake/doom series. Doom 3 is already on linux, using native openGL, and they are slated to run 64 bit on it as soon as they are over with the new doom 3 expansion pack's pimping. the games in www.aoafiles.com 64 bit section are actually interesting though. The tank one in particular is pretty cool If you are a Unreal/Doom/quake fan, then you will be in luck. If you are hanging out for Source to run on x64 i think you might be waiting a while.
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Also, in reguards to your modem driver, im sad to hear that you have been unable to find one. Im having a look around for one just in case you missed it somewhere if you do find a driver for that modem can you please upload it to AOAfiles so that the next person to have your problem doesnt go through the same frustration?
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