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Solo Kazuki 12 April 2021 20:59

Shadow Warrior for Amiga
 
BSzili is now working on Shadow Warrior port for Amiga.
Here is short gameplay of beta version.
https://youtu.be/5JikdpymNPI


Planned requirements for final version are:
- 68040 or 68060 processor with FPU
- Kickstart 3.0
- AGA chipset or RTG card
- 16 MB FastRAM
- 50 MB disk space

Recommended is fast 68060 and 32MB of FastRAM.

Edit:
Shadow Warrior is now available on AmiNet.

gimbal 12 April 2021 22:36

God I love this game. You stand still, you will die. Keep moving like a ninja. And shoot nukes like a ninja. There's a nuke in a secret in the very first room you start in, now that's my kind of game.

Estrayk 12 April 2021 23:08

Amazing!!! I can test it in Vampire when will be released.

CFOU! 13 April 2021 01:33

i love iot too ;)

NovaCoder 13 April 2021 04:47

That's very cool :)

I'm currently updating it's Daddy (Duke Nukem 3D) to add music support :D

AmyMor 13 April 2021 09:49

Fantastic!
My V1200 is already ready !!!

Reido 13 April 2021 10:41

Apollo 1260 64mb@80mhz waiting to test both!

BSzili 13 April 2021 12:00

PSA: I'm looking for testers with 68040 accelerators. If you have one drop me a PM or an e-mail.

DamienD 13 April 2021 15:35

Very cool ;)

I didn't even know there was a "Shadow Warriors" FPS type game :shocked

BarryB 13 April 2021 17:36

Lo Wang say: "Everybody dead. I like that"

Nobby_UK 13 April 2021 18:07

Just tried the Free Steam version
(Running via DOSBOX)
and I could not move...
or config the keys to move :shocked

#Update#
Found an Alt EXE (like eDuke) for Windows (+ Mac) on:
http://www.jonof.id.au/jfsw/index.html

utri007 13 April 2021 19:45

Looks goos. Shadow warrior is very nice game. There is plenty of games wich are based to build engine, like Shadow warrior is.

https://github.com/nukeykt/NBlood

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition
Redneck Rampage
Redneck Rampage: Rides Again
Duke Nukem 64
NAM/NAPALM
World War II GI

gimbal 13 April 2021 21:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by utri007 (Post 1476714)
Looks goos. Shadow warrior is very nice game. There is plenty of games wich are based to build engine, like Shadow warrior is.

https://github.com/nukeykt/NBlood

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition
Redneck Rampage
Redneck Rampage: Rides Again
Duke Nukem 64
NAM/NAPALM
World War II GI

You don't even mention the very best of them all: Witchaven and Tekwar!

TjLaZer 13 April 2021 22:03

Great news! Loved this game!

jdb78 14 April 2021 10:55

Now that is good news. Thank you for your efforts!

Patrickx1989 14 April 2021 12:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by gimbal (Post 1476742)
You don't even mention the very best of them all: Witchaven and Tekwar!


And my all time favorite, Blood :)

Valken 14 April 2021 15:08

Wow, looking forward to this but yes, I vote for Blood support next!

BSzili 14 April 2021 18:04

Blood is going to be quite difficult, because it's written in C++ and it hacks the Build engine in various ways. Not impossible, but it's going to take much more time. The next game will probably be the PC-version of PowerSlave/Exhumed, which is a hidden gem IMO.
About the 68040 testing, the first results are in, and they are not very good. Shadow Warrior will probably be 68060 only for the time being. The Mac version was probably PPC-only for a reason.

utri007 14 April 2021 18:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSzili (Post 1476950)
About the 68040 testing, the first results are in, and they are not very good. Shadow Warrior will probably be 68060 only for the time being. The Mac version was probably PPC-only for a reason.

I used to have Apollo 68040 40mhz accelerator. Practical performance is about 66% of 68060 50mhz, if compared with Doom and Quake frame rates.

Nobby_UK 14 April 2021 18:47

Emulated 040 @ 1251.9 MHz runs lovely :D


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