- November 11, 2008 at 2:13 pm #159351
Lets keep a list of all games we know will run! Please post below any games that you have installed on your Samsung NC10 and the outcome of running them!
This info is taken from the thread below, scroll down to see more info or find the person to ask about a particular game!Quote:The list is now maintained on the wiki: [Wiki]Samsung NC10 Games[/Wiki].
Please add your own experiences, log in to the Wiki site using your Sammy Netbook login. New members may not have access yet, pm me if you have a problem and I will make sure the logins are synced between the sites 🙂November 14, 2008 at 12:11 pm #168474ashesfallMember
I will get my game on this weekend, probably on Sunday. I’m not going to try anything too ambitious, mostly stuff that’s a few years old. I will report all of my findings. If you google Netbook Gaming you will find a ton of information about games running on netbooks with lists of what works and what does not. I think anything contributed here though should refer specifically to the NC10.November 14, 2008 at 2:19 pm #168467
yep, well said, I would like to keep this site nice and niche – simply because I am likely to only have one notebook for sometime to come lol!
I will be trying out unreal tournament 2004. I used to run ut2k3 on an AMD 900, and I think ut2k4 was pretty similar in requirements.
I might try out a couple of racing games, the free trackmania game springs to mind.November 16, 2008 at 12:00 am #168476sideeffectMember
World of Goo (2008) – runs perfectly, performance is good.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City – (1024 x 600) 20 – 25 fps (playable).
World of Warcraft (800 x 600) under 10 FPS in crowded cities 20 fps outside semi playable.
Unreal Tournament 1999 game of the year addition- (1024 x 600) highly playable.November 16, 2008 at 9:34 am #168468
GTA runs, cool! I have the original one somewhere – would be cool to play that on the train! I’m hopin later versions of UT will run – might give it a go later today! Is world of Goo good? It seems a fun kinda game.November 17, 2008 at 10:58 am #168475ashesfallMember
Quake Arena, Team Arena – Smooth as butter
Counterstrike Condition Zero – Playable but a bit slow
Unreal Tournament 3 Demo (the newest one) – Would not start
Worms Armageddon – Newest update crashes to desktop previous updates work fine.
Worms World Party – Fine
I’m very much looking forward to hearing about UT2004.
JakubNovember 17, 2008 at 11:26 am #168469
I installed ut2k4 yesterday! First off, it took along time to install, a good couple of hours. But given I was streaming a DVD over wifi from my desktop drive I dont think we should be too suprised!
Performance – it was “ok”. Not great, just OK. I will try playing a “proper” game with a mouse (it is unplayable with a trackpad lol!) tonight and will make a video clip of it! There is no way it will run well on “large” maps or heavy battles. But for small games it is ok.
I don’t think I will leave it on there but it’s interesting to see what the NC10 can do!November 18, 2008 at 2:23 am #168477sideeffectMember
Good news about ut2k4 i’ll have to try to find the install CD. World of Goo is just great and I find myself playing it the most on my netbook. It even runs in the netbooks low performance mode and still looks good.November 21, 2008 at 8:37 pm #168480dougpMember
So far I’ve tried:
Nox – Runs great, 800×600
Total Annihilation – Runs awesome
Wolfenstien: ET – Crashed trying to load game, will mess with it more when I get home.November 22, 2008 at 8:18 pm #168490savage82Member
I’ve got Football Manager 2009 Demo to work. It only seemed to work using the following:
“C:Program FilesSports InteractiveFootball Manager 2009 Demofm.exe” -small_screen -windowed
Going to go now and buy using steam!November 23, 2008 at 3:50 pm #168492techguyoneMember
I wonder if the inbuilt gfx card that causes issues
I’m not sure what a Atom cpu is comparable too, but I’ve played UT2004 on a AMD thunderbird with 512 meg RAM just fine, so hoping it will run good on a NC10
I think from the UT console you can type in statfps or something to get a framerate upNovember 23, 2008 at 5:05 pm #168494kahluafanMember
Got my NC10 on Thursday and have got around to installing a few games…
WoW – really quite laggy, so i agree with previous opinions – but haven’t test in high-performance mode, perhaps this could improve FTP slightly?
Football Manager 2008 – installed but wouldn’t run due to the resolution being lower than original – have taken savage82s advice and will try it using that command line – i fear i’ll be addicated again if it works smoothly!November 23, 2008 at 7:47 pm #168495dhendry02Member
Installed sim city 4 (currently running 1GB RAM) all works fine – perfect!November 23, 2008 at 8:12 pm #168491BritmanMember
Command & Conquer red alert 2 and yuri’s revenge both work on the NC10. Okay they are old but still great to play.November 24, 2008 at 10:50 am #168493quarrymanMember
Installed and working great on my NC10:
Red Alert 2 + Yuri’s revenge
Fallout 2 (using high resolution patch)
Commandos 2 (this game is perfect for the NC10)
Age of Empires 2
Age of Mythology
Football manager 2007 (there’s and option you can add to the EXE to play in 1024×600)
Might put Trackmania Sunrise on it later
Anyone know how long you would get out of the battery if playing a game? I’m guessing around 4 hours.
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