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Re: Major fixes to gles2rice plugin
« Reply #30 on: December 03, 2013, 11:14:34 PM »
Tested from a Galaxy Note 3 (qualcomm Snapdragon 800)

Fog runs fine, arrows are missing though. Also didn't have the issue scorpio16v had with the bandling backgrounds





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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900T
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Re: Major fixes to gles2rice plugin
« Reply #31 on: December 04, 2013, 11:24:35 PM »
Also, I have been trying it with Majora's Mask. It works quite decently except for 4 issues I noticed:

1) The clock that shows what time it is disappears entirely when you move instead of just become slightly transparent



2) background outside of the lens of truth just disappears almost entirely the 95% of time, and it keeps changing while you move. Sometimes it shows the actual background but as soon as you keep moving it goes away again



3) You can see hidden stuff even outside of the Lens of Truth visibility radius



It also has the missing arrows in the map which is an issue in OOT too. Bomber's notebook doesn't work either, but that's a quite common issue with emulators.

Overall it works much better than gles2n64 which has plenty of issues, but gles2glide64 still performs much better than this because it has none of the issues mentioned above (even the notebook works)

PS: Sorry for double posting
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900T
Asus Transformer Prime