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Updated Prey Demo

November 26th, 2008 by TimeDoctor

Ryan “icculus” Gordon has once again updated his .plan to bring us news of an updated demo for Prey:

 Did I say a few days?  :)

 Here are some updated files for the demo. It fixes all known bugs.

  http://icculus.org/prey/downloads/prey-demo-latest-files.tar.bz2

 Bugs fixed:
   - Stencil shadows now render.
   - Updated to SDL 1.2.13.
   - Uses PulseAudio if available, ALSA if not, OSS if not.
   - Can do 5.1 surround sound (if your system supports it).
   - Fixed video memory detection on Nvidia, ATI, DRI drivers.
   - Fixed problems launching web browser.
   - Installer can completely run from the command line without
     interaction, for automation purposes (but it's a self-extracting
     zip file, anyhow, if you prefer that route).
   - Installer fully localized to Spanish.
   - Other l18n fixes, compliments of the fine folks at launchpad.net.

 To install, just unpack and overwrite the appropriate files in your
  existing install.

 Full game will be out very soon...mostly I just want confirmation that
  I didn't screw up the ATI video memory detection.  :)

One Response to “Updated Prey Demo”

  1. daturan Says:

    freaken sweet! another excuse to play through the demo again.
    can’t wait till the full version bin is out

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