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Just Bought a Voodoo3 and 5 5500. List of 3DFX Games that Utilize Glide?
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Default Just Bought a Voodoo3 and 5 5500. List of 3DFX Games that Utilize Glide? - 05-13-2011, 21:56 | posts: 383 | Location: Sarasota, FL

Hey everyone, I just purchased a Voodoo3 3000 AGP and a Voodoo5 5500 AGP for 2 Windows 98 Desktops that I have put together. I was wondering if there is a list of games from 1995-2001 that have the "Enable Glide" Option.

I Know that Diablo II and X-wing vs. Tie Fighter are 2, but what are the rest?
   
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Default 05-13-2011, 22:10 | posts: 702 | Location: Spain

Quake 2, Sin, Unreal, Slave Zero, Turrok, Thief, Test Drive 5, Starsiege, Quake 3 and almost all games based on its engine, Myth 1 and 2 (one of my favorites on Glide), Heretic 2, Carmageddon, the first Alien Vs Predator... and many others,

This just brings good old memories to me, I loved 3Dfx, I wish they were still around, Nvidia lacks the Badassery that 3DFX had.
   
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3D Power Tank
Adventure Pinball: Forgotten Island - {2001}
Airfix Dogfighter - {2000}
AIWars: the Awakening - {2000}
Andretti Racing - {1997}
Archimedean Dynasty - {1996}
Asghan: the Dragon Slayer - {1998}
Barrage - {1998}
Battle Tank
Battlecruiser 3000AD - {1999}
Battlezone - {1998}
Blood - {1997}
Braveheart - {1999}
BreakNeck - {2000}
Carmageddon II: Carpocalypse Now - {1999}
Carnivores - {1998}
Clive Barker's Undying - {2001}
Clusterball - {2000}
Combat Mission: Beyond Overlord - {2000}
Command & Conquer Renegade - {2002}
Confirmed Kill - {1999}
Cyberstrike 2 - {1998}
Deep Fighter - {2000}
Defiance - {1997}
Descent - {1994}
Descent II - {1996}
Descent: Freespace The Great War - {1998}
Dethkarz - {1998}
Deus Ex - {2000}
Diablo II
Die By The Sword - {1998}
Die Hard Trilogy - {1997}
Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas - {2000}
Dirt Track Racing - {1999}
Dirt Track Racing - Sprint Cars - {2000}
Dirt Track Racing 2 - {2002}
Dirt Track Racing Australia - {2000}
Dogs of War - {2000}
Driver - {1999}
Earth 2150: Escape from the Blue Planet - {2000}
Earth 2150: Lost Souls - {2001}
EF2000 - {1997}
Esoteria - {1998}
Extreme Assault - {1997}
Extreme Trial Motocross - {1999}
F/A-18 - {2000}
F/A-18 Hornet: Korea - {1997}
F/A-18E Super Hornet - {2000}
F-16 Aggressor - {1999}
F-16 Multirole Fighter - {1998}
F-22 Air Dominance Fighter - {1998}
F-22 Lightning 3 - {1999}
F-22 Total Air War - {1998}
Falcon 4 - {1998}
Fifa 2000
Fifa 2001
Fifa 2002
Fifa 99
Fighter Squadron: Screaming Demons Over Europe - {1999}
Fleet Command - {1999}
Flight Unlimited 2 - {1997}
Fly! - {1999}
Force 21 - {1999}
Ford Racing - {2000}
Formula 1 Racing Simulation - {1998}
Freespace 2 - {1999}
Frontline Attack: War over Europe - {2002}
Golgotha - {1997}
Grand Prix Legends - {1998}
G-Sector - {1999}
Gulf War Operation Desert Hammer - {1999}
Gunmetal - {1998}
Heli Heroes - {2002}
Heretic 2
Hexen II: the Beginning of the End - {1997}
Hind - {1996}
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin - {2002}
Hitman: Codename 47 - {2000}
Hover Ace - {2003}
iF-22 - {1997}
Incubation: Time is Running Out - {1997}
Independence Day Online - {2000}
Independence War - {1998}
Insane - {2000}
Interstate '76 - {1997}
Joint Strike Fighter - {1998}
KA-52 Team Alligator - {1999}
Killer Tank - {1999}
Leadfoot: Stadium Off Road Racing - {2001}
M.A.D. - Global Thermonuclear Warfare - {2001}
Mad Trax - {1999}
MDK - {1997}
MechWarrior 2 - {1995}
MechWarrior 2: Mercenaries - {1996}
Mig Alley - {1999}
MiG-29 Fulcrum - {1998}
Might and Magic VII: for Blood and Honor - {1999}
Mobile Forces - {2002}
MoHo - {2000}
Montezuma's Return - {1998}
Moto Racer - {1997}
Motorhead - {1999}
Myth: The Fallen Lords - {1997}
NASCAR Legends - {1999}
NASCAR Racing - {1994}
NASCAR Racing 2 - {1996}
Need For Speed 2 se
Need For Speed: High Stakes - {1999}
Need For Speed: Porsche Unleashed - {2000}
Need For Speed:Hot Pursuit
NIRA Intense Import Drag Racing - {1999}
Official Formula 1 Racing - {1999}
Operation Flashpoint
Operation Flashpoint Resistance
Outlaws - {1997}
Pandemonuim 2
Panzer Elite - {1999}
Parsec - {Future}
POD - {1997}
Powerslide - {1998}
Pro Pilot 99 - {1998}
Pro Rally 2001 - {2000}
Quake - {1996}
Quake II - {1997}
Rainbow Six - {1998}
Rayman 2: the Great Escape - {1999}
realMYST - {2000}
Red Baron 2 - {1997}
Red Baron 3D
Redline Racer - {1998}
Requiem: Avenging Angel - {1999}
Resident Evil - {1997}
Re-Volt
Rollcage Stage
Rollcage Stage II - {2000}
Rune
Scorched Planet - {1996}
Screamer 4x4 - {2000}
SEED - {2000}
Seraphim - {Future}
Serius Sam
Serius Sam SE
Severance: Blade of Darkness - {2001}
Shadow Warrior - {1997}
Silkolene Honda Motocross GP - {2000}
Simon the Sorcerer 3D - {2002}
SiN - {1998}
Sin: Wages of War
Sinistar: Unleashed - {1999}
Spearhead - {1998}
Spec Ops II: Green Berets - {1999}
Spec Ops: Rangers Lead the Way - {1998}
Speed Busters: American Highways - {1999}
Spellbinder: the Nexus Conflict - {1999}
Spirit of Speed 1937 - {1999}
Sports Car GT - {1999}
Star Fighter - {1996}
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D - {1998}
Starship Troopers: Terran Ascendancy - {2000}
Starsiege - {1999}
Starsiege: TRIBES - {1998}
Streets of SimCity
Sub Culture - {1997}
Summoner - {2001}
Superbike 2001 - {2000}
Superbike World Championship - {1999}
Survival - {1998}
Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing - {2000}
Tactical Ops: Assault on Terror - {2002}
Team Apache - {1998}
Terracide - {1997}
Test Drive 4 - {1997}
Test Drive 5 - {1998}
Test Drive: Off-Road 2 - {1998}
The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard - {1998}
The Moon Project - {2000}
TigerShark - {1997}
TOCA 2 Touring Cars - {2000}
TOCA Touring Car Championship Racing - {1998}
Tomb Raider - {1996}
TRANS - {2000}
Ultimate Race Pro - {1998}
Unreal - {1998}
Unreal Tournament - {1999}
Unreal:Return to Na Pali
Uprising - {1997}
Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy - {1999}
V-Rally Edition '99 - {1999}
W.W. II Fighters - {1998}
Wargasm - {1998}
Warhammer: Dark Omen - {1998}
Warzone 2100 - {1999}
Wild Metal Country - {1999}
Wing Commander: Prophecy - {1997}
Wipeout XL - {1997}
World War III: Black Gold - {2001}
XCAR: Experimental Racing - {1997}
X-COM Alliance - {Future}
X-COM Enforcer - {2001}
X-COM: Interceptor - {1998}
Xtreme Air Racing - {2001}
X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter - {1997}
Z.A.R. - {1998}
   
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Default 05-15-2011, 21:08 | posts: 3,156 | Location: Tampa Bay, FL

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Hey everyone, I just purchased a Voodoo3 3000 AGP and a Voodoo5 5500 AGP for 2 Windows 98 Desktops that I have put together. I was wondering if there is a list of games from 1995-2001 that have the "Enable Glide" Option.

I Know that Diablo II and X-wing vs. Tie Fighter are 2, but what are the rest?
Very nice - have fun in retro land man! The V3 rocked my world back then, even if it was only 16-bit color. The V5 looked much nicer and was Glide on steroids for its time.
   
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Default 05-15-2011, 21:59 | posts: 2,800 | Location: Santo Domingo

I had a Voodoo 3 3300 and I loved that litle thing. I had lots of fun with it and I agree, 3dfx was totally badass! Unreal Tournament shined with it. To talk about DirectX compared to GLIDE was laughable those days.
   
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Default 05-19-2011, 14:38 | posts: 383 | Location: Sarasota, FL

Just bought a 2nd Voodoo 5 5500 AGP for an AMD 1.4!

Man I got a nice little collection going. I am thinking about going and getting some of those hanging shadow boxes, and placing old video cards in them, then mounting them on the wall in my computer room.
   
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Default 05-19-2011, 14:52 | posts: 1,426 | Location: israel

I LOVED my voodoo3 cards.
In those days, the difference was hundredfold and so intense.
I remember starting quake 2 with glide....WOW
   
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Default 05-21-2011, 07:03 | posts: 2,800 | Location: Santo Domingo

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Just bought a 2nd Voodoo 5 5500 AGP for an AMD 1.4!

Man I got a nice little collection going. I am thinking about going and getting some of those hanging shadow boxes, and placing old video cards in them, then mounting them on the wall in my computer room.
That's such a nice idea. I wish I could do that too.
   
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Default 05-21-2011, 14:31 | posts: 2,451 | Location: Mayaguez, PR

my father uses my W98 machine to browse around the net... lol

Voodoo3 3500 + celeron tualatin 1.3ghz powah

yes youtube works perfectly fine
   
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Default 05-23-2011, 13:15 | posts: 383 | Location: Sarasota, FL

Roomate just bought a Voodoo 5 5500 AGP too. We now have 3 Voodoo desktops for some IPX Action!
   
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Default 05-24-2011, 06:56 | posts: 239 | Location: NC

Nostalgia...I still own 3 Voodoo II, 1 3500AGP and 1 2000 PCI cards....and a ton of games. F1RS, MGPRS2, Power F1, Formula1 Racing, Grand Prix II...just to name a few. Good times!!!
   
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Default 03-11-2013, 03:44 | posts: 575 | Location: Dover, NH USA

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Hey everyone, I just purchased a Voodoo3 3000 AGP and a Voodoo5 5500 AGP for 2 Windows 98 Desktops that I have put together. I was wondering if there is a list of games from 1995-2001 that have the "Enable Glide" Option.

I Know that Diablo II and X-wing vs. Tie Fighter are 2, but what are the rest?
Wow! That game came with my Diamond Monster Voodoo card I bought years ago. I really enjoyed playing it as simple as it was it was also addictive. I see you have a couple Win98 machines you built. I did the same and still have my Voodoo card. If you care to compare notes I would be happy to do so.
   
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