Bugdom 2 is an incredibly diverse 3D game which is great for the entire family. As Skip the grasshopper you must
recover your knapsack taken by Bully Bee. Ten levels of 3D fun. Inclueds Anaglyph (red/blue) 3D support!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
System Requirements: 700Mhz processor, 128MB RAM, 75MB HD, 3D video w/16MB RAM, Dirext X & OpenGL
Change Info: - Added check on startup for program being moved from install folder. - Improved all program messages. - Improved diagnostics checks and output. - Merged mods from various games into IFDLib. - Updated sound library and improved performance on older hardware. - Fixed documentation on program controls. - Add/Remove programs control panel now shows program as available for removal. - NEW: Anaglyph 3D support in color and grey scale!. - Can now run in a window. - Improved video settings dialog. - Detects hardware changes & reconfigures automatically. - Better information about video drivers detected/displayed. - More informative error messages in most common cases. - New Language support (F1 in game to change languages). - Fixed cheat keys. - Fixed Save Games (can now save outside Bugdom 2 folder). - Saved Games now default to "Saved Games" folder. - Better handling of Preferences. - Improved error handling (more tolerant of minor errors). - Improved Sound effects playback. - Fixed DirectSound problems on some systems. - No longer requires 2x the HD space during install. - Diagnostics file always created (only on new/changed hardware).
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Bugdom at center of game controversy A case of art imitating life, perhaps: Much as Rollie McFly has to square off against King Thorax in Pangea Software's game Bugdom, the PC conversion of Pangea Software's game at the center of a simmering David and Goliath controversy. Independent PC game