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Latest Unofficial OS4 Screenshots (3-Feb-2004)  Popular
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Shot 1: A general workbench shot showing IBrowse,SoundPlayer, and the new layers library in action that allows shaped andmasked windows.
Shot 2: A few 68k programs running. The A1 boardand toolbar next to it is ArtEffects. Also: WBasteroid, ZoneXplorer and Yam.
Shot 3 & 4: Two shots from Descent2, This is d2x, the Linux/SDL port of Descent 2. Hyperion are currently doing an optimized SDL port, and this is the current standings (of course,"optimized" isn't really captured in these pictures). Descent 2 has a few improvements over the first one - among other things you can shoot out the lights on the walls and ceilings, and the notorious Guide Bot (the bluearrow-shape in shot 3). Still software rendering, we're working on OpenGLintegration.
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