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In case someone here didn't yet know, it's possible to play the official Windows version of the game with the official Windows patch and two files from the CD image (which comes with the GOG installation).

I'm a bit lazy, so I'll just link to my guide on Steam, but it explains everything in detail:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1244809448
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Daedolon: In case someone here didn't yet know, it's possible to play the official Windows version of the game with the official Windows patch and two files from the CD image (which comes with the GOG installation).

I'm a bit lazy, so I'll just link to my guide on Steam, but it explains everything in detail:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1244809448
Hi Daedolon,
FYI my Chrome has blocked downloading the Windows Patch for Ignition as malicious (see the screenshot).
Attachments:
alert.png (210 Kb)
Hey, I noticed the same thing, the archive only contains dgVoodoo2, the official patch and the two missing files from the CD. You can follow the guide to download all the same files included within the file and get the same exact contents.

If you hit CTRL + J under Chrome, you can click on "KEEP DANGEROUS FILE" to ignore the warning.

Here's the VirusTotal.com scan report for the archive.

Looks like both the original "Ign_3dfx.exe" (from the official patch) and a few files from dgVoodoo2 are marked suspicious by VirusTotal and it's possible Chrome uses similar services to check the files.

There really isn't anything I can do about it. I'm just providing the official files in a prepackaged way here.
Post edited May 02, 2018 by Daedolon
Why is it so important for people to have the 3dfx NGlide version? What's the difference?
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M4TS: Why is it so important for people to have the 3dfx NGlide version? What's the difference?
The glide wrapped version of many games are superior (in my experience) for the following reasons:
1, nGlide and the other glide-wrappers lets you change the output resolution, while retaining aspect. So, I can run camageddon 2 in 2560x1600 in a 4:3 box and it looks correct AND has very high resolution, with no performance penalty.
2. The glide wrappers are actually MORE compatible with WINE (If you're a Linuxy sortta guy like me) than the games native Direct3D ccode.
2. Some games had better graphics (tm), like Diablo2