In G3D mode, game has relatively low depth because of HUD beeing too close too the viewer. Alternatively use Z3D mode. – Of corse you can still gain depth in G3D mode, but with sligtly loosing HUD and menus out of sight.
– DGVoodoo2 v 2.6 required
– Tested with retail v 1.02
– VorpX shortcut required
– Z3D is default setting
– Profile available at the cloud
Hello! I have a problem with this game, it is my first game with dgvoodoo. First of all what is Vorpx Desktop? And second, when I copy all the x86 files it tells me to delete the d3d9, do I delete it? Do I have to copy and also run dgvoodoocpl.exe? My question is a bit difficult but I am lost and I would love to play your dgvoodoo profiles. Thank you very much Rjk!
-Use DGVoodoo2 2.6
-Copy d3drm.dll, d3dimm.dll, dgvoodooCPL.exe and dgvoodoo.conf into the folder with the games exe.
-Run dgvoodooCPL.exe and under DirectX choose 1024MB or 2048MB Ram and if the game does not support high resoultions, use “force resolution”.
– Make a Vorpx Shortcut to the game (click on Vorpx icon->shortcut)
– Start game through shortcut
Thank you very much Rjk !! I made a mistake, I meant I didn’t know what Virtual Shortcut was. A friend has taught me to upload your dgVoodoo profiles, and with your advice, it’s great, I’m very grateful for your attention. Then I will make a donation to support your work and dedication to Vorpx. thank you!