Minimum screen resolution?

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  1. Scharlo

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    Exactly. I do agree that many users don't know how to change the resolution, but why would they ?
     
  2. mash

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    dmikesell: Would you like to change resolution of DESKTOP from your game in windowed mode? Fullscreen mode is different story...
     
  3. dmikesell

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    Yeah, my game only supports fullscreen, so I guess that's not a concern for me. It's more of an action game. I don't see anyone wanting to play it windowed, but I could be wrong.
     
  4. Donavon Keithley

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    OneStat.com just released some fresh stats on what screen resolutions web surfers are using.

     
  5. Bromoc

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    If you want to target the New UMPC's at any time, then 800x480 is the minimum resolution you should consider. With all the headaches that come with it (non standard ratio and what not)

    But for me I want to develop games for the UMPC so I'm taking the headaches.
     
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