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Thread: Unigine Is Working On A Strategy Game

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    Unigine is definitely prettier not to say Spring isn't worth checking out. I just added their Repository and downing it right now

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    downloading* not downing :-P

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    At last a modern 3d strategy game for linux. If it will be any good, im definitely buing it. Heck, if the price is not too high, i will buy it before I know if its any good.

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    @Big spring screeshot:

    Ow my eyes. The aliasing!

    This is why we _need_ antialiasing on linux.

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    Oh my kernel! If this is really going to have good mechanics such as Warcraft or Starcraft (don't tell these mechanics suck.. they're godlike), and also runs on Linux.. I can't take it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by curaga View Post
    @Big spring screeshot:

    Ow my eyes. The aliasing!

    This is why we _need_ antialiasing on linux.
    Rofl... you compare a full screenshot with a "downsampled" one. Of course the downsampled one looks smoother, it has been downsampled!

    That said in a real game with transparency and other interesting effects (including def-ren) AA doesn't work anyways so it's mood to moan about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonlord View Post
    Rofl... you compare a full screenshot with a "downsampled" one. Of course the downsampled one looks smoother, it has been downsampled!

    That said in a real game with transparency and other interesting effects (including def-ren) AA doesn't work anyways so it's mood to moan about it.
    Downsampling aside, I'm betting the shots are from Windows, where AA works.

    It's a big mood killer to see those huge jaggies. So if an effect disables those, I'd much rather disable the effect.

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    s/disables those/disables AA/

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    You don't seem to get it but okay, nothing one can do about. AA is not the holy grail and especially fails for techs like def-ren. If you wan to disable an entire game, okay, nothing to play for you, touch luck :P

    Also AA looks most of them time blurry. Why taking performance hit for something which looks doesn't look much better or even blurry?

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    Guess we just have to agree to disagree here. To me AA looks a lot better than jaggy borders.

    Yeah, I admit have no idea what def-ren is; I take it's an effect, like fog or bloom, because you said so:
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonlord
    That said in a real game with transparency and other interesting effects (including def-ren)

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