Do you play in full or windowed mode?

#1papermonkey21Posted 10/26/2011 12:54:06 AM
I have to play in windowed or else I get slow down even on low >_>
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#2PirwzwhomperPosted 10/26/2011 4:46:14 AM
windowed
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#3riff429Posted 10/26/2011 6:40:52 AM
Bill Gates Son posted...
I have to play in windowed or else I get slow down even on low >_>

Sounds like a problem, as that certainly shouldn't be the case.
#4SmakitPosted 10/26/2011 10:19:53 AM
I play on full screen generally. Not sure why, windowed works well enough and I can multitask if I wanted a bit easier, but I normally hop on this game and stay pretty focused on it for a run or few so full screen it is.

Don't have issues with slow down either way, just how I prefer.
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#5metalhead2061Posted 10/26/2011 2:39:53 PM
You actually get more frames by using full screen and dropping the res to 800x600 and the quality to low.
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#6papermonkey21(Topic Creator)Posted 10/27/2011 1:17:41 AM
riff429 posted...
Bill Gates Son posted...
I have to play in windowed or else I get slow down even on low >_>

Sounds like a problem, as that certainly shouldn't be the case.


I don't think it should be the case either. All this is is just a flash game but when there is a ton of stuff going on on the screen its slower than molasses. I would have thought a 2.2 GHz processor would be more than enough for flash game. Guess I was wrong.
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#7riff429Posted 10/27/2011 4:20:12 AM
Bill Gates Son posted...
riff429 posted...
Bill Gates Son posted...
I have to play in windowed or else I get slow down even on low >_>

Sounds like a problem, as that certainly shouldn't be the case.

I don't think it should be the case either. All this is is just a flash game but when there is a ton of stuff going on on the screen its slower than molasses. I would have thought a 2.2 GHz processor would be more than enough for flash game. Guess I was wrong.


The misconception is that speed = guaranteed power. Flash runs pretty much off of a single CPU unless it's full-screen video, in which case it *can* use multithreading and GPU support, but even that is limited.