Originally posted by rm'
You're right. I remember using it on Windows 95, so I probably got the version number wrong. I'd check the CD, but I don't know where it is now.
i wrote a freeform orbit engine once, as part of a computing project. used the highest level physics and maths i knew at the time - i'll see if i can find it, but it's pre-this computer...
that tech demo was neta, i had one once a few years back that i still find more impressive though - you picked up a virtual rug (on a reflective floor) and it would float back down realistically - you could grab bits, fold it, anything. it was neat.
as for current stuff, try downloading the new UT2003
demo, and shoot someone down a flight of stairs. now that's the beauty of physics