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Software News   Software News : Two new MiniGL games: "I, meteor" & "d3GNOP+"
   posted by Lu0ma on 16-Jun-2004 23:36:58 (1208 reads)
Info & screenshots of two new ready MiniGL/Warp3D games:

I, meteor & d3GNOP+
Again, versions for both 68k and WarpOS exist.
    

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Re: Two new MiniGL games: "I, meteor" & "d3GN
Posted on 17-Jun-2004 10:18:57
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Good work . . .keep it up


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