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Project Snowblind in hardware mode
#1
I can get the game to play perfectly in software mode, currently is there any way to play it in hardware mode? Im on the stable build.

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#2
nope.
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#3
None. No fixes for the graphic issues aside from running it in Software Mode.
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#4
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sorry, i had misinterpreted the title of the game Tongue
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#5
^ What are you talking about? It can't run on HW mode (graphical glitches), and needs to be played in SW mode.
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#6
Ah that sucks. Im playing a lot of older PC games on console now since emulators can achieve similar IQ but with gamepad support and in many cases widescreen.

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