Download the Undying Widescreen Fix 1.01.; Extract the contents to System.; Download nGlide (version 1.05 or higher) and open the setup file with 7-Zip.; Extract nGlideconfig.exe and the various.dll files to System.; Go to the in-game video settings and set the resolution. For custom resolutions, press Tab ↹ and enter setres 2560x1440 (replace 2560x1440 with. Quern - Undying Thoughts is a first-person puzzle adventure game, inviting you on a journey to explore it and solve its challenges. Put your mind to the test with the increasingly complex puzzles, and unravel the mysteries of the island. Immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery of. UNDYING has a growing and very enthusiastic community. We love to hear your thoughts and desires for the game and just chat with you. Join the Official UNDYING Discord server to get in on the ground floor as we build the game and leave your mark on the final product!
|Mac OS (Classic)|
|macOS (OS X)|
|Windows||February 21, 2001|
|Mac OS (Classic)||June 12, 2002|
|macOS (OS X)||June 12, 2002|
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|Clive Barker's Undying||2001|
|Clive Barker's Jericho||2007|
- GOG.com Community Discussions
- GOG.com Support Page
|GOG.com||Comes pre-configured with nGlide.|
- SafeDisc retail DRM no longer functions properly on Windows Vista and later (see above for affected versions).
- Texture Patch fixes issues with some textures (already present in the GOG.com version).
- Texture Updater updates original textures with detail textures to improve image quality.
Skip intro videos
|Delete/rename video file|
Configuration file(s) location
|macOS (OS X)|
Save game data location
|macOS (OS X)|
Save game cloud syncing
|Widescreen resolution||Non-4:3 resolutions are stretched unless external fix is used. See Widescreen resolution.|
|Ultra-widescreen||See Widescreen resolution.|
|4K Ultra HD||Works with Legacy D3D Resolution Hack. However, game may crash at some spots and always before the ending. Using a lower resolution decreases crash chances.|
|Field of view (FOV)||See Field of view (FOV).|
|Windowed||Toggle with Alt+↵ Enter.|
|Borderless fullscreen windowed||See Borderless fullscreen windowed.|
|Anisotropic filtering (AF)||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|Anti-aliasing (AA)||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|Vertical sync (Vsync)||Enable by default.|
|60 FPS and 120+ FPS||3dfx Glide rendering is capped at 62.5 FPS.|
Direct3D only; for Windows 8 users see this fix.
|Use Undying Widescreen Fix|
Field of view (FOV)
- The default FOV is 90° when outputting a 4:3 image.
|Set custom FOV|
Borderless fullscreen windowed
|Force borderless fullscreen (nGlide)|
Vertical sync (Vsync)
|Enable Vsync|
|Keyboard and mouse||State||Notes|
|Mouse acceleration||Forced on in Windows Mouse Properties. Can be disabled using this fix.|
|Mouse input in menus|
|Mouse Y-axis inversion|
|Controller support||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|Separate volume controls||Ambient, effects, voices|
|Surround sound||Up to 7.0 with Creative ALchemy|
|Subtitles||Only 40% of the dialog is subtitled.|
|Mute on focus lost|
|EAX support||EAX 1.0.|
- May require DirectSound3D restoration software to restore proper audio functionality on Windows Vista and later.
|French||Only on French retail copy. French patch for GOG.com version here.|
|Russian||Only on Russian retail copy.|
|Spanish||Download 1 and download 2.|
Disable Mouse Acceleration
'3d hardware initialization failed' error
Windows 8 low frame rate in fullscreen
See '3d hardware initialization failed' error to fix.
Gamma doesn't work on Windows 8 and later
See '3d hardware initialization failed' error to fix.
No mouse access with ReShade
|Rename ReShade files|
Playing in 2D requires dgVoodoo2 (Glide) with vorpx dgVoodoo2 base profile.Note: There are a few experimental 3D profiles, see: here, or here
- An in depth comparison of the Glide and Direct3D renderers can be found on the GOG forums. Of note is that Direct3D takes advantage of 32-bit assets, but Glide has more accurate and variable lighting and shadows.
|macOS (OS X)|
|Operating system (OS)||95 OSR2||98, ME, XP|
|Processor (CPU)||Intel Pentium II 400 MHz||Intel Pentium III 500 MHz|
|System memory (RAM)||64 MB||128 MB|
|Hard disk drive (HDD)||90 MB||610 MB|
|Video card (GPU)|| 16 MB of VRAM|
DirectX 9.0c compatible
|32 MB of VRAM|
|Operating system (OS)||8.6||9.x, 10.1|
|Processor (CPU)||PowerPC G3 400 MHz||PowerPC G3/G4 500 MHz|
|System memory (RAM)||96 MB||128 MB|
|Hard disk drive (HDD)||600 MB|
|Video card (GPU)|| ATI Rage 128 |
16 MB of VRAM
|Nvidia GeForce2 MX |
ATI Radeon 7500
32 MB of VRAM
- ↑SafeDisc retail DRMdoes not work on Windows 10 and is disabled by default on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 when the KB3086255 update is installed.
- ↑ 2.02.1When running this game without elevated privileges (Run as administrator option), write operations against a location below
%WINDIR%might be redirected to
%LOCALAPPDATA%VirtualStoreon Windows Vista and later (more details).
- ↑Not Loading in Windows 10; this will break thousands of - Microsoft Community - last accessed on 2017-01-16
- ↑Microsoft - MS15-097: Description of the security update for the graphics component in Windows: September 8, 2015 - last accessed on 2018-02-16
- ↑No subtitles?, page 1 - Forum - GOG.com
- ↑ 4.04.14.2Verified by User:Keith on 2017-09-07
- ↑ReShade Forum - Max Payne 1 - cursor stuck in middle - last accessed on 2020-01-27
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- Clive Barker's Undying
Clive Barker's Undying
Windows - 2001
Also released on: Mac
Description of Clive Barker's Undying WindowsRead Full Review
Spooky and kooky
There are some scary games in this world: Realms of the Haunting, Alien vs Predator, Silent Hill on the PlayStation and that hideous Big Brother game. Clive Barker's Undying is from the mind of the great horror author himself, who is no stranger to trying out new mediums for his work. Games based on his films, such as Nightbreed, may not have been great hits, but he is certainly making up for it now with this first-person shooter.
Set in the 1920s, Undying has you playing the role of a Curtis Stigers look-a-like called Magnus who has been asked by an old war buddy, Jeremiah, to investigate strange happenings at his ancestral home. It also turns out that these two are no strangers to the supernatural; they were both part of a squadron that battled supernatural beings, including undead soldiers, during World War I.
Jeremiah, who is dying, is under threat from his family. This family strife is complicated due to Jeremiah's relations all being dead. Death, however, has not affected their spirit and they still roam the Irish manor house intent on disposing of their younger sibling. Magnus offers to help his old friend and it's from here that you take control of the adventure. As previously stated, the game is a first-person shooter based on the highly-regarded Unreal Tournament engine.
Undying's heritage instantly shows. The graphics are gorgeous and the detail in the levels is of a high standard. Curtains waft in the wind, doors creak closed and the rooms of the house and the outside areas are very spooky - especially the caves below the cemetery. Overlaid with these graphics is a wonderful visceral soundtrack that creeps and crawls its way through the game. When you add the surround-sound audio effects such as wolves howling, thunderstorms and screams, you have a deeply spooky game that, especially when played with the lights off, may just scare the pants off you.
The weaponry is second-to-none, and twofold, in Undying. As well as the standard revolver, and some supernatural weapons, you also have a litany of spells you can collect to do damage or discover information. Weapons and spells are picked up along the way as you progress through the levels. You can also increase the power of your spells by picking up amplifiers. Pretty soon you are a walking mass of hot steel and arcane knowledge ready to deal death to the already dead.
At the start, Jeremiah has the ability to 'scrye:' look back into the past to see events that have gone before. As you discover things about the household and the surrounding area, the scare factor increases exponentially - especially in the nursery, where the sound of children playing rapidly turns into screams. It would have been nice if the spell showed off the history of every room, with sub-stories working through the main plot, but only certain rooms are scrye-able. As you progress, you discover more information and find keys to locked doors that allow you to move on and learn more about the house of horrors and its surrounding area. It's a linear movement through the game, but involving nonetheless. The game has multiple difficulty levels of easy, medium and nightmare, which basically varies the strength of enemy creatures. This may not keep many players interest up, but a desire to scrye all the areas and learn about the house certainly enhances the game's longevity.
If you've played Unreal Tournament, you will know how good the AI is and Undying hasn't changed this: enemies duck, dive and circle you. Sometimes it feels like you are playing against a far superior intelligence, as werewolves split into two groups, so you can't just lob a bomb into their midst. The added supernatural factor makes for more interesting creatures too. Skeletal warriors, strange-looking worms and ethereal guards all provide a real challenge to defeat.
Therein lies one of the problems with Undying. If you get killed by the spooks, then you restart the game at the point where you entered a new level, not at your last save point. This means the level loads up and then you have to boot up your save game after that, which can become tedious. The problem is compounded by the fact that you can't skip cut-scenes and every enemy has its own little death move that is shown. Imagine the frustration when you've repeated this process ad nausea: first you die, then you watch the death move, then you wait for the level to load and then you have to load your save game - aaaargh!
Another downer is despite the use of the multiplayer-based Unreal Tournament engine, there is no multiplay available in the game. This is a big oversight; the possibilities for some great team-based games with monsters vs humans could have been wonderful.
The influence of Clive Barker apparently resulted in a large amount of text to read if you want to really get involved in the story. To be honest, though, if I wanted to read a Clive Barker book, I'd buy one, but you can always ignore it or try to pick out the main plot elements if you feel up to it.
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Beyond the flaws listed above (the lack of multiplayer is somewhat like jumping into a Ferrari, then sticking to the speed limit), Undying is a spooky and enthralling FPS. The novelistic feel does somewhat contrast the action movie blockbuster that was Half-life, which may not be to everyone's liking, but if you're into a good rollicking adventure, you should certainly check this out.
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It is the most amazing, fantastic action-adventure game!!!! I recommend it 1000%
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Realtek high definition audio for mac os x64. Clive Barker's Undying was also released on the following systems:
- Publisher:Aspyr Media, Inc.
- Developer:DreamWorks Interactive L.L.C.
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