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Turbo Game Engine Beta Updated

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An update is available for the new Turbo Game Engine beta.

  • Fixed compiling errors with latest Visual Studio version
  • Fixed compatibility problems with AMD hardware
  • Process is now DPI-aware
  • Added high-resolution depth buffer (additional parameter on CreateContext()).

Subscribers can download the new version here.

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Hello guys!

 

I tried to find the information on forums, but I couldn't, so I have to ask here. Will Leadworks license works on Turbo game engine? Or that is gonna be a separate engine, with separate license? 

 

Thank you for answer.

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7 hours ago, Chrissos said:

Will Leadworks license works on Turbo game engine? Or that is gonna be a separate engine, with separate license?

You will need to purchase it separately.  I believe there was talk of a possible discount for Leadwerks owners.

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