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  1. Hey everyone, So, first off the Graphics options in the game itself crash the game to desktop when selected, not sure if I need to be there because I did manage to get dgVooDoo working with IGI 1 and run it at high resolution with correct HUD scaling. Sadly, the Widescreen 16x9 fixed exe file by AuToMaNiAk005 makes the game ask for the CD, even though I have inserted the original disc in the optical drive or mounted an ISO image from it. And since it's a custom made exe, it can't be patched with a no-CD crack as the "filesize is incorrect". So I can play with the original exe and dgVoodoo resolutions, but not in wide screen since it stretches the visuals. I tried it on two different PC's, but I'm on Windows 11 for both of them, so I'm not sure if maybe that has anything to do with it? If anyone has any ideas or a solution that would be great! I'd love to play the original IGI in widescreen with correct FOV before "Origins" releases. Greetings, MetzMan
  2. Version v2

    2,274 downloads

    Comes with a RAR file, which includes IGI.exe binaries for 5:4, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 21:9, 32:9 and 48:9 aspect ratios. You still need the original CD inserted or mounted in order to play the game with this fix. Instructions: - Extract the executable that corresponds to the aspect ratio you want to use, to the root game folder, replacing any original files. - Choose a resolution in the game settings that matches the aspect ratio you chose above, and upscale the HUD size of a lower resolution to a higher one using dgVoodoo2. Credits also go to: AuToMaNiAk005 Password: pcgw
  3. Version 1.1

    20 downloads

    This RAR file contains a modified client.dll intended to fix the FOV in Sanity: AIken's Artifact (2000). The game's engine, LithTech 2.0, has Vert- scaling at wider resolutions than 4:3, and makes the game unplayable in many sections at aspect ratios wider than 16:9. This fix supports the following aspect ratios: 12:5, 16:9, 16:10, 64:27 (21:9), 32:9, 43:18, 48:9 and 256:135. Instructions: 1. Extract client.dll to <path-to-game>/LITHTECH/, overwriting the original file (the original client.dll is included in case you want it back). Credits also go to: Automaniak
  4. 6,815 downloads

    This patch adds widescreen support to Project: Snowblind. In particular, it makes it possible to run the game at widescreen resolutions and fixes the aspect ratio at widescreen resolutions by increasing the horizontal field of view. This patch was made by fk and was originally downloaded from Bitbucket.
  5. 123 downloads

    Comes with a ChromeEngine2.dll file to fix the FOV in most of the Chrome Engine 2 games. Works in the following games: - Chrome SpecForce (2005) - Terrorist Takedown: War in Colombia (2006) - The Hell in Vietnam (2007) - Sniper: Art of Victory (2007) Password: pcgw Credits go to: jackfuste
  6. Version 1.0

    11 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified ABP.exe and track data files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio (HOR+) for the 2005 racing game London Racer: Police Madness. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9 and 16:10. Instructions: 1. Extract the files from the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio and replace the original ones in the game folder (first make a backup of them, if needed). 2. Force your desired resolution with dgVoodoo2. Issues: - HUD and menus are still stretched. Credits also go to: Automaniak
  7. Version 1.0

    4 downloads

    The game can be run in widescreen by changing the resolution in the StuntMan.cfg file, but this results in a totally stretched image from 4:3. This RAR file fixes that (except HUD and texts), and contains modified SuperStunt.exe files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio for the 2005 racing game Super Stunt Spectacular. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 25:16 and 64:27 (basically same as 21:9). 64:27 isn't too recommended, as a large part of the right side of screen in the main menu is covered by black, making menu navigation challenging. Instructions: 1. Extract the file inside the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio to the main game folder, overwriting all original files (make a backup of those first if needed). 2. Set your desired resolution in StuntMan.cfg (<main game folder>/StuntMan.cfg). Credits go to: Automaniak
  8. Version 2.0

    20 downloads

    The game can be run in widescreen by changing the resolution in the VideoSettings.scr config file, but this results in stretched HUD and text, and cropped vertical FOV (Vert-). This RAR file fixes both of those, and contains modified code.pak and .scr files that fix the FOV and HUD for the 2006 racing game Xpand Rally Xtreme. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18 and 64:27 (basically same as 21:9). Instructions: 1. Extract the files inside the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio to the main game folder, overwriting all original files (make a backup of those first if needed). 2. Set your desired resolution in VideoSettings.scr (<main game folder>/Data/VideoSettings.scr). Credits go to: Automaniak
  9. Version 1.0

    48 downloads

    The game can be run in widescreen by changing the resolution in the VideoSettings.scr config file, but this results in stretched HUD and text, and cropped vertical FOV (Vert-). This RAR file fixes both of those, and contains modified code.pak and .scr files that fix the FOV and HUD for the 2004 racing game Xpand Rally. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18 and 64:27 (basically same as 21:9). Instructions: 1. Extract the files inside the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio to the main game folder, overwriting all original files (make a backup of those first if needed). 2. Set your desired resolution in VideoSettings.scr (<main game folder>/Data/VideoSettings.scr). Credits go to: Automaniak
  10. Version 2.0

    36 downloads

    The game can be run in widescreen by changing the resolution in the VideoSettings.scr config file, but this results in stretched HUD and text, and cropped vertical FOV (Vert-). This RAR file fixes both of those, and contains modified code.pak and .scr files that fix the FOV and HUD for the 2006 racing game GTI Racing. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18 and 64:27 (basically same as 21:9). Instructions: 1. Extract the files inside the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio to the main game folder, overwriting all original files (make a backup of those first if needed). 2. Set your desired resolution in VideoSettings.scr (<main game folder>/Data/VideoSettings.scr). Credits go to: Automaniak
  11. Version 1.0

    11 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified E-Bike.exe files and a resolution changer executable that fix the FOV and aspect ratio (HOR+) for the 1999 racing game Edgar Torronteras' eXtreme Biker. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9. Instructions: 1. Extract the E-Bike.exe and ETXBResChanger.exe to the main game folder, replacing the original executable in the process. 2. Set your desired resolution and FOV in ETXBResChanger.exe. 3. Set any resolution in the game launcher that is different from the default one, and you're good to go. Issues: - Menus and HUD are still stretched. Credits go to: Automaniak
  12. Version 1.0

    5 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified truck.exe files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio (HOR+) for the 2003 racing game Tough Trucks: Modified Monsters. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 32:9, 43:18, 64:27. HUD and texts are also fixed. Instructions: 1. Extract the file from the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio and replace the original one in the game folder (first make a backup of it, if needed). 2. Select your desired resolution in the game launcher. Credits also go to: Automaniak
  13. Version 1.0

    6 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified mxmania.exe files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio (HOR+) for the 2000 racing game Motocross Mania. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18, 64:27. Instructions: 1. Extract the file from the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio and replace the original one in the game folder (first make a backup of it, if needed). 2. Force your native resolution in dgVoodoo2's "DirectX" tab and set the resolution there (ignore the resolution option from the launcher, since it only supports 4:3 resolutions there). Issues: - Menus and HUD are still stretched. Credits also go to: Automaniak
  14. Version 1.0

    46 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified motor.exe files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio (HOR+) for the 1998 racing game Motorhead. The fix supports the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18, 64:27, 256:135. Instructions: 1. Extract the file from the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio and replace the original one in the game folder (first make a backup of it, if needed). 2. Go to the game's graphics settings and set the resolution that matches your chosen aspect ratio, and you're good to go. Issues: - Menus are still stretched. Credits also go to: Automaniak
  15. Version v1.1

    222 downloads

    Comes with a RAR file, which includes GameModule.elb files for 5:4, 12:5, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 25:16, 43:18 and 64:27 aspect ratios, and ArthurResolutionEdit.exe to change the resolution. This patch also fixes the FOV, giving a wider view on wider aspect ratios (HOR+). Instructions: - Extract GameModule.elb of the folder that corresponds to your desired aspect ratio, and also ArthurResolutionEdit.exe, both to the root game folder and overwrite the original GameModule.elb. - Run ArthurResolutionEdit.exe, select the language you use (Polish or English), and write your desired resolution width and height. - Run the game and it should run at your chosen resolution and aspect ratio. Credits go to: AuToMaNiAk005 (Creator of Widescreen Fix)
  16. Version 1.0

    34 downloads

    This is a SUWSF patch intended to fix the aspect ratio and FOV for Laura's Happy Adventures (Pentium III version from late 1999), it supports 5:4, 15:9, 16:9, 16:10, 21:9 and 25:16 aspect ratios. Just drag and drop the files from the folder that corresponds to your aspect ratio. You will need dgVoodoo2 as well to run the game on modern Windows versions, as it doesn't start without it. Issues: - Objects keep disappearing in the sides when moving the camera around beyond the 4:3 safe area, but that will hopefully be fixed in the future. Credits also go to: czarman Password: pcgw
  17. Version 1.0

    102 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through User.ini, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in RM.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  18. Version 1.0

    5 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through User.ini, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in CQC.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  19. Version 1.0

    38 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through User.ini, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in RedOrchestra.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  20. Version 1.0

    38 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes the camera FOV as well. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in Default.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  21. Version 1.0

    40 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through User.ini, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in Zombie.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  22. Version 1.0

    14 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through the User.ini and profile .ini files, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in MarineSharpshooter3.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  23. Version 1.0

    15 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through the User.ini and profile .ini files, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in DT.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  24. Version 1.0

    19 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through the User.ini and profile .ini files, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in Kury.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
  25. Version 1.0

    19 downloads

    This RAR file contains modified Engine.dll files that fix the FOV and aspect ratio without having to change FOV or resolution ingame or through config files. Supports the following aspect ratios: 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, 48:9. This fixes both the camera and weapon FOVs, unlike the FOV workaround through the User.ini and profile .ini files, which only fixes the camera FOV. Instructions: 1. Extract the Engine.dll that corresponds to your aspect ratio and put it inside the "System" folder, replacing the original file. 2. You need dgVoodoo2 as well (I won't explain here how to set it up, I'll assume you already know it). 3. Inside dgVoodoo2, set the "Scaling mode" in the General tab to "Stretched" and set your native resolution in the "DirectX" tab (The in-game resolution has to be in 4:3, don't change it in Combat.ini). 4. You're good to go. Issues: - HUD and menus are stretched. Password: pcgw
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