Native

A game whose widescreen method is "Native" is a game where enabling widescreen can be done entirely from the ingame options menus. A game can only be considered "Native" if there is no way to improve the widescreen support externally. For example, if a game supports widescreen resolutions natively, but is vert - this way, and it is possible to make it hor + via editing the .ini file, it can not be considered a native game.

Submitted by SAMI on 10 June, 2018 - 16:03

Urban Terror

Urban Terror is a freeware multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by FrozenSand. Originally a total conversion of id Software's Quake III Arena, FrozenSand released Urban Terror as a free standalone game in 2007 utilizing ioquake3 as a game engine.[1] While the game engine is licensed under the open source GPL, Urban Terror's game code is closed source and its assets are freeware but not open content.

Submitted by vekio on 10 June, 2018 - 12:35

Elite Forces: WWII Iwo Jima

Elite Forces: WWII Iwo Jima is a 2001 low-budget tactical first-person shooter by 3LV Games and ValuSoft. It was made on Monolith's Lithtech Talon engine, which was also used for The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Aliens vs. Predator 2.

Submitted by vekio on 10 June, 2018 - 12:13

Elite Forces: WWII Normandy

Elite Forces: WWII Normandy is a 2001 low-budget first-person shooter by 3LV Games and ValuSoft. It was made on Monolith's Lithtech Talon engine, which was also used for The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Aliens vs. Predator 2.

Submitted by yobayoba on 26 May, 2018 - 14:13

Rez Infinite

Rez is a musical rail shooter developed by United Game Artists and published by Sega. Inspired by the work of Russian painter, Wassily Kandinsky, the game was developed under the working title K-Project, and was conceptualized and produced by Tetsuya Mizuguchi. Rez is notable for replacing the typical sound effects found in most rail shooters with electronic music. The player creates sounds and melodies as they target and destroy foes in the game, leading to a form of synesthesia.

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