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27th June, 2006 at 23:12:34 -

That is pure bs that a klik game runs fast on every computer; I used to play Gearbolt Rage and Factor X in slo-mo on my way old 95.

I always thought that klik games were notorious for being fussy when it comes to XP. You could just be SOL....

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27th June, 2006 at 23:43:34 -

Look, It may be your friends computer for some companys manifacture things that totally suck in general but are real great on one thing or you totally suck at using MMF/TGF


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28th June, 2006 at 03:47:35 -

Just checking... have you checked the "Machine independant speed" box? Maybe windows XP has a feature which prevents Machine dependant speed apps from whizzing up too high?


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28th June, 2006 at 07:39:12 -

@rydin: uh, what are you talking about? bs? SOL?

Anyway, the more objects there are + the higher the game resolution, the slower it will run on older computers. I especially noticed this with my 266 Mhz Pentium II with 64 MB RAM, which especially ran bad at bigger frames and scrolling.

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3rd July, 2006 at 01:05:12 -

It appears like nobody have any idea about what I can do so I guess I have to change the screenresolution again...
But anyway, thanks everybody for trying

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