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» OGL+SDL+FB Walkaround Test Engine
Author • syn9
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


Presented to you by the TRULY MASTERFUL creator of the recent FreeBASIC RPG The Griffon Legend, this so amazingly wonderful little engine *successfully* renders Blender scenes in addition to it being a real fine start of an excellent demo, very honestly!!  d=^_-=b !  My thumbs are up for the awesome job you did so far, syn9!!!  The official Blender site is located at www.blender.org, by the way!


» Rdcpaint
Author • rdc (aka Richard Clark)

Winner of Z!re’s original “Drawing AI Challenge” over at the QBasicNews.com forums, this greatly fascinating little program presents a most beautiful and attractive abstract painting ever to literally be drawn on the screen in FreeBASIC!!  And I gotta tell ‘ya now, that is such an AMAZINGLY SUPERB job right there, and *very* original of this kind too, I shall add!!!  d=^-^=b !


» Tilemaker Suite
Author • Einlander
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


From what I can see in this developmental suite in FB, it is just warming up to be at least a pretty good editor for creating your maps and custom new tilesets for your RPGs and stuff, which is a really nice start so far!  Now, all it needs are some extra flexibility and some cool drawing features for the map editor itself (ie. circles, boxes, paint fills, and even some filters), and this thing will be all set to roll!!!  ^_-=b !


» FreeBASIC Screensaver
Author • Rattrapmax6 (x.t.r.Graphics)
(Note: To experience this demo in full, here is what to do: in this file, simply extract “FBSVR.scr” into your main “Windows” directory.  There, you can actually view it as a true screen saver, too!)


As far as this demo is concerned, AN EXCELLENT WORK for inspiring programmers how to create real Windows-based screensavers in FreeBASIC!!!  Impressingly original, I must say!!  Boy, what can be even better that that, hmmm?  (^-^)//


» Software 3D Engine Test
Author • Stonemonkey
(Note: This demo is in .EXE file format only!)


In Stonemonkey’s first demo experiment in FB, it shows you a rush of SO very many cubes rising up from below!  A dizzying effect of sorts, but a nice demo nonetheless!  ;)


» NC2 Software 3D Engine Demo
Author • Stonemonkey
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


Now THIS is such a freshly outstanding demo, and cleverly original in the likes of what I have *never* seen before: a beautiful night scene of a small-town surburban street with plenty of cars passing around it, as well as some really awesome water reflections and everything!!  DEFINITELY ONE OF HIS BEST WORKS YET, I daresay!!!  d=^_-=b !!  A Radeon graphics card is definitely recommended for this one!


» OpenGL 3D Demo
Author • thesanman112
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


In this IMPRESSIVELY good walk-around demo, it displays some truly excellent use of OpenGL in FreeBASIC as it lets you explore a very extensive (and *really* cool-looking!) area, complete with fog and lighting effects for good measure!  This demo may have some tile breakup as you explore here indeed, BUT, thesanman112 did such a masterfully fine job on this wonderful piece of work overall, and I am sure proud of him right there!!!  ^_^=b !


» FreeBASIC OpenGL 3D Engine
Author • Stonemonkey
(Note: This demo group comes in two (2) .EXE files only!)


In this wonderful group of demos by Stonemonkey himself, the first demo here lets you view that same small-town surburban street from his earlier NC2 Software 3D Engine Demo, only this time with the fog already coming into the scene here (and it is done SO well here!!).  And then, the second one takes you behind the wheel of one of the cars as it drives and makes sharp turns in such a beautiful way, and I love it!!  And the visuals (including the traffic lights as well!) are as SERIOUSLY SUPERB as ever!!!  DEFINITELY A TRUE WINNER HERE!!!  (^_-)v !  Once again, a Radeon graphics card is *definitely* recommended on this, fine folks!


» FreeBASIC OpenGL 3D Shadow Test
Author • Stonemonkey
(Note: This demo group comes in two (2) .EXE files only!)


In Stonemonkey’s latest offering here, this is once again based on his original NC2 Software 3D Engine Demo, only it really improves with an AWESOME fly-by cam showing the cars and stuff plus a mid-air 3D object as well as an extra bonus!!  RICHLY A WONDERFUL COMPANION PIECE TO THE ORIGINAL, I must tell ‘ya!!!  (^-^)//  The use of a Radeon graphics card on this demo is *definitely* recommended, too!  ^_-=b


» Rogue 3D engine demo
Author • Dr_Davenstein
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo, and a higher-end computer with a powerful 3D graphics card — such as a Radeon — is *highly* recommended, too!  ^_- )


Masterminded by the great Dr_Davenstein himself, this is his SPECTACTULARLY excellent walk-around demo!!  :D !  This time though, he has already added some excellent collision detection, along with some different types of enemies as spiders and slimes to add to the fray!  WOW, a big step up forward that is added already to an *absolutely* marvellous inspiration of an engine indeed, all to get you in the mood for creating 3D-based dungeon-type RPGs in FreeBASIC and then some!!!  There is just no stopping you, my man!!!  d=^-^=b !!


KEY CONTROLS FOR THIS DEMO:                       
    “C” key — enables/disables camera rotation movement
    “A” key — rotate the camera counter-clockwise (if enabled with the “C” key)
    “D” key — rotate the camera clockwise (if enabled with the “C” key)
    “W” key — tilt camera angle towards top view
    “S” key — tilt camera angle away from top view
    “I” key — zoom in
    “O” key — zoom out
    Left/Right Arrow keys — turn character
    Up Arrow key — move character
    “Space” key — when near a certain gate/wall, press this key to raise it up!
    “K” key — switch weapon
    “Ctrl” key — swing weapon


» Arty Screensavers
Author • mambazo
(Note: To experience this group of demos in full, here is what to do: in this file, simply extract both “Mambazo Doodle.scr” and “Mambazo Patchwork.scr” into your main “Windows” directory.  There, you can actually view them as true screen savers, too!)


This rather so charming group of screensaver-based demos by an excellent FB programmer named mambazo has such an amazingly fascinating knack of artistic talent and then some!!  Take just one little look at it in action, and you will find out exactly why it is SO good in the first place, colored pencil drawings and all literally from the ground up!!!  ONE OF THE VERY BEST OF THIS KIND I HAVE EVER SEEN SO FAR!!!  (^-^)//  Note though that a 32-bit 1280x1024 graphics resolution is *definitely* required for you to view this group here.


» Mambazo Patchwork (1024x768 version)
Author • mambazo
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.  And, to experience it in full, here is what to do: in this file, simply extract “Mambazo Patchwork 1024x768.scr” into your main “Windows” directory.  There, you can actually view it as a true screen saver, too!)


For computers running Windows that do not support a full 32-bit 1280x1024 resolution from the *very* previous demo piece just shown on this page, here now is the alternative 1024x768 version of this amazing FB screensaver-based demo, courtesy of mambazo himself!  STILL JUST AS ARTISTICALLY AWESOME AS EVER!!!  d=^-^=b !


» GL Flat Test
Author • syn9
(Note: This demo is in .BAS source-code format for FreeBASIC only!)


This VERY awesome programmer called syn9 presents here an ever so marvelous OpenGL-based racing game engine for his forthcoming game in FreeBASIC entitled Zero G Academy.  SIMPLY SOME TRULY IMPRESSIVE STUFF, I must honestly say right now (especially when this one is compiled to .EXE, that is!)!!!  (^-^)//


» FB ScreenSaver Kit
Author • Jofers

In this cleverly original and RATHER so magnificent little kit by Jofers himself, it just simplifies the way you create a screensaver in FreeBASIC and then some, making things *a whole lot* easier and taking the absolute guesswork right out of programming one!  MOST DEFINITELY A MUST DOWNLOAD!!!  d=^_-=b !!


» 3d_demo
Author • Alexander J. Pritchard
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is seriously without a doubt an EXCELLENT group of OpenGL-based demos that has ever been created in FreeBASIC here, especially this awesomely done cube that you will definitely NOT want to miss!!!  ;)  My hats are off to Alexander J. Pritchard for such an absolutely superb job well done!!!  ^-^=b !!




Straight ahead now to Page 6, where there are even MORE demos in FreeBASIC for you to be inspired and blown away by!  ALL ABOARD!!!  (^-^)v