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  1. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Wow, everything I'm experimenting with is getting pulled. I'll see what I can do to reupload, there's a lighter option that loads faster and is less pronounced that I got off of Doomworld. Search for PBR materials, those look quite nice in the mod compilation I am currently experimenting with.
  2. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    I'd love to get a Doomworld Community Play Date together. Classic Doom would only make it easier for cross platform play. I'd find something weird to play on, like an Amazon Fire Stick gen 1. We'd have to find out the best source port to use based on what's available for each different OS.
  3. I have an older Acer R11 Chromebook that has Google Play app capabilities. If yours has access to Google Play download Delta Touch, it's $2.50 US. If you can't pay there's always Freedoom which has an app that's free and supports the retail maps, but has limitations. If your Chromebook doesn't have a touchscreen you will be stuck with keyboard controls, so a controller is a worthwhile investment, I use a moga pro power. Most older Chromebooks with Android app support are limited by the version of Android on it. If you have a newer Chromebook with Android 8.0 or above Delta Touch supports the mouse or touchpad for gameplay. I am primarily a Google OS user for everything so the only time I needed to break out my old laptop was to do the initial install and grab the iwads. Currently there is basic support for Linux on chromebooks, I think sound was just implemented in stable, and Linux would only have access to your processor and not the built in gpu, which is what makes GZDoom worthwhile as a sourceport. Since Delta Touch is an Android app there's one more way to get it that I've only experimented with. If you or your friends and family have an old PC, you could also download Android x86. It's lightweight enough that it seems snappy even on old machines, has excellent support, and is similar to your Chromebook while possibly having access to a better processor and more ram. All that being said, Delta Touch not only gives you GZDoom versions 1.9, 3.2, 3.7, and now 4.0. It also brings Zandronum 3.0, a network multiplayer fork of GZDoom that runs most mods and has a multiplayer server browser. It has Chocolate Doom, which stays true to the original Doom, with all of it's wonderful nostalgic charm. It has Doom Retro, which updates chocolate Doom for high res support and other options while keeping it in a simple package. And finally PRBoom +, the speed runners sourceport with so many features and tweaks all while staying true to the original feel of Doom. All from an app that can run on any Android device, it's quite impressive.
  4. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Have been playing around some more and wanted to post another vid of some gameplay that shows a little more of the graphics features of GZDoom on Delta Touch. I have a pixel 2 with snapdragon 835, I'd love to see what the 855 can do. No sound on the vid I apologize.
  5. Delta Touch for Android is the best option if you have an Android smartphone. If your Android is version 8 or above you can even play with mouse and keyboard. Beloko just released an update bringing zandronum 3.0 as well as the newest version of GZDoom. I have a Pixel 2 and with the new update it opens up so many possibilities. Even older phones are still pretty capable. Good luck and happy Dooming!
  6. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    My work is nothing compared to yours Beloko, I cannot praise your efforts enough, you single-handedly rekindled my love for classic FPS just when I was becoming jaded with modern gaming. I found my old iwads (even an un-updated doom wad with the wolf3d easter egg and red cross health), purchased the whole classic quake collection for Quad, even heard you worked on Xash3d for the controls, so I dug out Half Life as well. It's been over 10 years since I've purchased an actual PC, my laptop was a hand me down and stuck on OpenGL 2.1. You've given me a new way to enjoy something I love, I also owe it to you to master your greatest asset to all your apps the Controls! These set the standard for all others to emulate, I have not found one single FPS that has controls anywhere near as accurate as yours. If there is any way to license your controls to other Devs you will be swimming in money. Just know that I will never forget what you've given me, I got my Doom back, and it's better than ever! Oh and BTW, here's the error message when I run Doom remake 4 with modern Dev, runs without the PBR textures on Legacy, but has the slower framerate like the plastic textures video. It's like it's processing the PBR textures but not displaying them.
  7. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    I'll take a look, right now I'm using AZ recorder, I'll see if that shows my phones performance more accurately. It was only the Plastic Shaders and GLe1m1.wad that I found on Moddb, I loaded it earlier with Project Brutality 3.0 and it seemed to run at the same speed, but didn't get much time to test.
  8. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Wow, I just downloaded DR4 when Delta Updated. Zenimax is on shaky ground at best in regard to DR4 being infringing. If he really wants to make them mad he can just say "OK Zeni, I'll remove all the Doom Reboot stuff like you asked" and since his mod is called Doom Remake 4 he does nothing, plus they have to prove damages.
  9. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    high 20's average on GLe1m1, it does drop to single digits sometimes and I'm still tweaking the settings, but that's with Bloom, lens distortion, and low ambient occlusion on. I have a few mods and total conversions I want to try running and will make a note of any tweaks I did to get it running. Finally slowed down at work so I can use my Chromebook to search for all the wads I'm going to test, just now getting a list of wads/mods to upload to drive. The main mods I want to try are the ones my laptop hasn't a prayer of running, like Doom Slayer Chronicles, Doom Remake 4 or anything with those sexy rendering techniques. It's strange, I don't even want to play the game I just want to see what I can get to run!
  10. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    I am having an absolute blast with the new update, I've been focusing my efforts on the new version of GZDoom and what it now brings to the table for mobile Dooming! I've looked into Wads and Addons that would push the limits of the app and my devices, so far I'm very impressed. I have made another video, this time with an experimental e1m1 with light sources that'll work with PBR. The framerate on my phone was much better than seen in the video, must have been an encoding issue, also there is no sound since it wants to record from the microphone and work was loud.
  11. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    From my understanding Vulkan code on desktop is the same as mobile. I may be wrong because I used to read about it when it was new. It is much more efficient than opengl in most cases, and helps to do more with less. On a side note I did have a few mods crash with error messages. I didn't get a chance to screen shot it, but when turning on FSAA it errors out and crashes. I also tried Doom Remake 4 with the update. Modern Dev gives me a wall of errors ending in no code being generated. Using Legacy Dev loads the mod but without texture upgrades. I'm also experimenting with how my devices handle PBR materials and high end graphics mods. I'm loving the update so far, just hating my busy schedule. Thought I'd post a pic of my Galaxy S7 setup I made. It charges through a wireless charging pad behind the phone and uses USB OTG and a powered hub to add 3 additional USB 3.0 ports around back. Just hook up my cheap kb/m and I got a micro computer.
  12. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Got a Snapdragon 835 in my main device and and a Snapdragon 820 in my backup. Also have an Acer R11 chromebook that has an Intel N3150, I think it does opengl 3.2, no vulkan though. I played around for only about a half hour and only on my main device. Just one question though, is vulkan supported through the app, I tried running Hurt with both opengl and vulkan but didn't see much difference, neither crashed though, which is nice.
  13. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Today is a great day! Just got a notification that Delta Touch got a new update! I haven't tried anything yet but I am so excited to try all the new features. I've been downloading wads in preparation for this and will try to put a few first impressions together.
  14. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    Thanks for the link, I'll look into that dock, even if it doesn't work I have another upgrade in October, it'll probably work with my next phone. Android Pie's successor is supposed to support a desktop mode, that'll be amazing. I actually built a wierd rig for my old s7 so I could charge as well as use multiple USB devices, but without rooting, I can't do much. I left it at work but I'll have to snap a pic. I was curious about those maps you mentioned Valiant and Sunlust. I got them and both they ran really well with no slowdown with basic and smooth Doom, didn't try any other mods yet. I've been playing order of the Odonata and Hurt in different configurations, but still get frequent drops in fps. I even tried that Doom Remake 4 with models and such and that did everything except pbr materials at a playable framerate.
  15. CrbnBased

    Delta Touch on Android

    I do have USB C in my Pixel 2, but it has no HDMI or MHL compatibility. I can't even stream to miracast, only Chromecast. The pixel 2 was great for updates and stock Android but horrible if I wanted to make it into a micro portable Android PC. My old phone, a Galaxy S7, which I still have, also has no HDMI or MHL compatibility. This feature was present in the previous s6 as well as the following s8! I have the worst luck regarding my phone decisions. I also have a moga pro, but it's very cumbersome to carry around, and I didn't use it for much. Tried touch controls on a few popular Android games and most seemed lacking something, either responsiveness, or fine tuning. D touch and Delta Touch always had great responsiveness, it was harder to circle strafe but you could do it with practice. With the addition of gyro functionality it became something more, so much closer to full mouse control. Now I can respond faster than with any controller, my gyro is a bit over 1:1 so if I overshoot with the stick I can adjust back, it's so intuitive. I have 20 years of Doom to catch up on and no PC to do so, I commend Beloko for giving someone like me a way to do so, all from my smartphone.
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