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Stereo Space Combat
http://www.clic.net/~poirb/
Stereo Space Combat is a arcade game where you fly your space ship through an asteroid field defeating ennemies and collecting power-ups. If you have 3D glasses (red-blue stereoscopic glasses) you´ll really get into the game as asteroids and ennemies jump out of your screen and into your face ! - Includes a non-stereoscopic mode (for those who can´t find their glasses)
2000-07-14

Fishman
http://fishman3d.free.fr/english/e_index.htm
Fishman is a PacMan-like game, a classic of the begining of video game. He inherit a exasperating practice of his ancestor...
2000-07-14

Mahesh Venkitachalam´s OpenGL Code
Mahesh Venkitachalam
http://home.att.net/~bighesh/ogl.html
A set of small examples covering basic techniques in OpenGL and Windows programming.
2000-06-23

OpenGL Nurbs Viewer
Kenny Hoff
http://www.cs.unc.edu/%7Ehoff/research/nurbs/index.html
An OpenGL viewer with source code provided.
2000-06-19

Beam
http://www.3dfiles.com/screensavers/beam.shtml
Beam Screensaver v1.6 is an OpenGL-accelerated screensaver for Windows 9x / NT4.0 / 2000. You will be wrapped to a breath-taking places in a deep space among huge asteroid belts surrounded by beautiful nebulas and living sparkling stars. Though these belts are probably the most perilous in the whole Universe.
2000-06-14

GioFx
http://www.giofx.com/
GioFx is a 3D engine for Windows 9x/NT/2000. In this site it is used as a screensaver engine. They provide 33+ modules for you to play around. Some of them look very exciting.
2000-06-14

Polygon Worlds
http://www.polygonworlds.com
Earth, Venus, Mars and the Moon all in glorious 3D with Nasa´s data.
2000-06-13



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