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Creative Labs Annihilator Pro Review

Experience Benchmarks


The Whole Experience team developed the Dagoth Moor Zoological Gardens demo (DMZG) specifically for testing the GeForce 256.  DMZG is an exploratory demo in which the user can explore the mysterious world of Dagoth Moor.

Yes, the graphics in this demo are incredibly detailed.  With some scenes rendering over 80,000 polygons, Dagoth Moor Zoological Gardens is designed to push your computer and graphics accelerator card to the limit.  T&L is earning it's pay in this benchmark.


DMZG Demo

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DMZG Demo - 16-Bit Color

DMZG Demo - 32-Bit Color

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