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    How to accelerate games

    Maybe you're starting to get sick of my posts, because often I am a little bother. But now I need help to accelerate a game, called games/nexuiz , and another called games/xonotic. Both run EXTREMELY low on my PC. The program didn't freeze, but it has a delay of the movement both the pointer of...
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    Which games could I play in this platform?

    Can somebody give me some names of games that runs well in this OS? Version: 11.1-RELEASE-p6. I think that it's the latest. Processor: I think i386. To the day of day, still I don't have very clear what my processor is. But somebody time ago give me a clue. The games could be from Linux...
  3. clawhammer

    Solved How do I get started with graphics on the terminal?

    I am looking to make an old school style game such as NES games like super mario or elevator action. I've been searching around the internet for programming graphics on the terminal on unix but I haven't seen anything that I think is what I need. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to get...
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    Game engines that could potentially be used to spark a FreeBSD gaming revolution

    These are some of the engines that I briefly checked out. The links lead to the part of the codetrees that contain OS specific support, not the root of the codetrees. There're many other engines, but I left out engines who either did not have code repositories online, were for specifically for...
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    How to use the Adventure Game Studio engine

    This is small howto for games/ags, the Adventure Game Studio engine. It gives us access to many old-school adventure games on FreeBSD. It is not immediately obvious how to run games with it, so I thought that a short howto on the forums is a good idea. Many games come with a Windows setup...
  6. GameBSD

    GameBSD

    Hello all, I was hoping to get some help with a new project I have started. The project is called GameBSD. GameBSD is a collection of tools for creating games for FreeBSD. Currently, only FreeBSD 32-bit and 64-bit are supported. I am looking for people to test both the GameBSD Handbook and...
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    Solved Game programming libraries for FreeBSD?

    Hi, I'm a Linux user(ArchLinux) thinking about switching to FreeBSD. After a bit of googling, the only doubt I have left is what game/multimedia programming libraries are there for FreeBSD. I searched for some and found out that there are sdl and allegro ports, although these libraries don't...
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