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Software News   Software News : Created With Amiga: Evolution Advance
   posted by Peyote on 25-Jul-2005 11:56:49 (1890 reads)
The first screenshots and videos of Evolution Advance have been released on http://www.coyoteflux.nl . This new 3D game world renderer runs on the Gameboy Advance and has been designed on Amiga systems.



Since the mobile website has not been finalized yet, some of the contents may not be accessible without the support of layers or CSS. Because of this, the screenshots and video's in MPEG format have been made accessible on http://www.coyoteflux.nl/amiga

A screenshot of the Amiga based block editor can also be found on this location.

A new version of PPC680x0 has been added to the files section, containing one major bugfix in the conversion engine. Also available is a NoClick module for Kickflash OS4.

EDIT- made URLs links.
    

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Re: Created With Amiga: Evolution Advance
Posted on 25-Jul-2005 16:02:00
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simply brilliant , i saw this on amiga.org yesterday and i must say... wow!


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Re: Created With Amiga: Evolution Advance
Posted on 25-Jul-2005 16:13:47
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looks like voxel.
remember comanche ?

nice work though !
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Re: Created With Amiga: Evolution Advance
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Unfortunately, all the videos are AWFUL, as they all have some horrid "environmental lighting" enabled that cycles the brightness (& colour) ALL the time. Not only is it unpleasant to watch, but it makes any attempt to scrutinise the 3D rendering virtually impossible

Perhaps this was suppose to demo a great feature, but it is so over-used and so over-done that it makes the videos unwatchable.


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Re: Created With Amiga: Evolution Advance
Posted on 26-Jul-2005 12:32:11
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I see what u mean. The lighting is bad yeah.


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