Complete collection of all videogame demos posted by 3dfx at its own website 3dfx.com. All these videogames have been optimized to be best played with 3dfx hardware and can be considered as part of 3dfx history.
|Archimedean Dynasty has been published by Blue Byte Software. During the 27th Century, man's lust for power led to nuclear war and the total destruction of the Earth's surface. The survivors withdrew themselves to the depths of the world's oceans, where they began the painfully slow process of building a new world. You are a mercenary and take on missions for the organizations of your choice: powerful corporations, the Navy or even pirates.|
|CyberDome is a 3D space shooter being published by MicroLeague Multimedia, Inc., under our General Admission Gold line of products. The gameplay is simple: destroy all enemy ships and targets as you progress through 64 increasingly difficult levels of action. An eight level training mission is included to help familiarize players with the basic concepts of the game. CyberDome sports a highly-complex 3D game engine, the SuperSet Engine.|
|This demo uses Microsoft DirectX graphics APIs and has been published by Sierra On-Line in 1996. Small videogame story description follows. A cosmic cyclone has stirred up a tempest of radiation, electricity, scrap metal and the life-forces of fallen warriors and deadly assassins. Now the war begun half a century ago will be waged by a new mutant lifeform: the CyberGladiators. Eight fighters plus two bonus bosses in ten battle arenas renew old hatreds as they slam, smash and thrash their way to ultimate victory or annihilation.|
|Excalibur 2555AD is an action-adventure videogame developed by Fish and Tempest, and published by Sir-Tech for both Microsoft Windows 95 PCs and Sony PlayStation console in 1997. Excalibur 2555AD's graphics engine can work in a 3dfx mode. In this scenario Excalibur 2555AD provides the highest quality graphics, using Glide libraries, but it's only available to users with 3dfx accelerator cards.|
|Extreme Assault has been published by Blue Byte in 1997. This demo allows player to use both the Sioux AH-23 attack helicopter and the T1-battle tank to make your way through a very demanding landscape. Extreme Assault has been designed to run on any system, but it is able to assure best performance on PCs equipped with a 3dfx graphics card. Extreme Assault supports Microsoft Operating Systems MS-DOS and Windows 95.|
|FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 (or shortly FIFA 98) is a football simulation videogame developed by EA Canada and released by EA Sports in 1997. FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 is the fifth entry in the FIFA videogame series and the second to be fully compliant with 32-bit systems. This demo uses Virtual Stadium as graphics engine and offers the opportunity to play an exhibition match between Italian and English national teams.|