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  • NVIDIA nfiniteFX Engine

    NVIDIA’s programmable Vertex and Pixel Shaders, and 3D textures. The nfiniteFX engine gives developers the freedom to program a virtually infinite number of custom special effects, in order to create true-to-life characters and environments.

  • Shadow Buffers

    Part of the nfiniteFX II and nfiniteFX Engines, shadow buffers enable self-shadowing for characters and objects, and soften the edges of shadows for realistic effects, adding depth to scenes and highlighting spatial relationships between objects.

GeForce3: Games

 

Game developers are already taking advantage of GeForce3 technology. Take a look at how the following games and demos utilize the nfiniteFX engine to create stunning scenes and characters.




   



Games: 4x4 Evolution
There is life after asphalt. In this world, there are no street signs, no traffic signals, no dead ends.

   



Games: Ballistics
The Ballistics races have evolved from the Formula One races. Ballistics pilots are trained from their teens, and using electronic enhancers, their reflexes are much faster than any ordinary humans.

   



Games: Crazy Car Championship
Crazy Car Championship races occur on a series of flying islands with everything from steam-powered hovercrafts to Quantum powered hot-rods.

   



Games: Dronez
DroneZ transports you to a hostile future that, because of neglect and pollution, has forced people to live immersed in feedback units.

   



Games: Everglade Rush
In Everglade Rush you find yourself deep in the Everglade swamplands with a pocketful of bills, in anticipation of something a little different—something more than just stock cars and formula racers.

   



Games: Incoming Forces
Available in late 2001, Incoming Forces is the sequel to the multi-million unit selling, award winning and critically acclaimed Incoming.

   



Games: Independence War 2
With Independence War 2: Edge of Chaos, Particle Systems set out to create the Flux engine, an entirely new game engine that takes full advantage of the technological advances of the NVIDIA GeForce3.

   



Games: Inevitable Evolution
Inevitable Evolution™ showcases the amazing power of the GeForce3, using the nfiniteFX Vertex and Pixel Shaders to achieve some of the most complex real-time character generation seen to date.

   



Games: Neverwinter Nights
Neverwinter Nights has been designed specifically for the online, multiplayer environment and the latest 3D technology. NWN allows you to experience all the magic of pen-and-paper Dungeon-Mastering on your home computer!

   



Games: X-Isle: Dinosaur Island
Leveraging the GeForce3 nfiniteFX engine to create a "Jurassic Park" like environment rendered in real-time, X-Isle: Dinosaur Island is, unlike other educational Software, based on most advanced 3D, real-time graphics.

   



Games: Aquanox
Massive Development utilized the innovative vertex and pixel shading abilities of the NVIDIA GeForce3 to craft photo-realistic environments and unique surfaces for Aquanox.

   



Games: Beam Breakers
Fearless drivers representing rival gangs from different parts of the giant metropolis engage each other in fierce, illegal street races.

   



Games: Madden 2002
NFL™ football is back, and so is Madden! For the 12th year in a row, Madden NFL Football brings the realism of the pro gridiron right to your fingertips.

   



Games: Silicon Dreams Soccer
For their latest soccer games Silicon Dreams have taken the bold step to rewrite the game from the ground up, eschewing the current trend within the sports games market for simple yearly updates.

   



Games: Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Since the release of Wolfenstein 3D, id Software has driven the technological evolution of the first person shooter with the Doom and Quake series of games. Now it’s time for the company to revisit the game that started it all.


 
 
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