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The Polynomial Indie OpenGL Game With Stereo 3D Support

December 3rd, 2011 · 3 Comments · Stereo 3D Games

The Polynomial is an interesting indie game that can be classified as some sort of music shooter game, but instead of traditional graphics the game uses fractals generated in sync with the music you listen to while you play. Who said that mathematics cannot be beautiful, because thanks to it the game looks original and different every time you play it. The Polynomial is not very demanding in terms of hardware requirements and although is may feel a bit strange getting the hang of playing it at first, the game is a visual feast that can be quite fun to play for a while, if you like it…

The Polynomial is an indie game, based on OpenGL and available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It also has native stereoscopic 3D support, however since it is OpenGL-based unfortunately you are not going to be able to play it in stereo 3D mode using 3D Vision. The game supports Anaglyph red-cyan 3D mode, Row-interleaved, Column-interleaved, DLP Checkerboard pattern as well as Side by Side mode, although the SbS isn’t working that good as it does not have the left and right eye image squeezed, but instead shows them with their full size. The game has a free demo version available with a limited number of levels, but you are still able to try it out in stereo 3D mode if you are interested.

For more information and to try the demo of the indie game The Polynomial…

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