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KPT Bryce 1.0.1

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
KPT_Bryce101.sit (2.17 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Design beautiful 3D landscapes with Bryce 1.0
very fast and easy to learn.

KPT Bryce enables users to produce natural and supernatural three-dimensional landscapes, photorealistic backgrounds, breathtaking skies and never-before-seen worlds. KPT Bryce brings the design and rendering power of high-end, three-dimensional raytracing technology to everyone in one stand-alone application. It is easy to use and comes with hundreds of preset combinations. Macintosh Multimedia & Product Registry Volume 9, No.4 - 1996

See also: Bryce 2, Bryce 3, Bryce 4

Architecture: 68k PPC

FAT binary (both 68k & PPC native)


MCP's picture
by MCP - 2011, October 16 - 2:11am

That's a great big article in response to a crazy person talking nonsense!

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2011, October 16 - 4:19am

BTW, that´s NIBIRU approaching on the screenshot.

I don't know what "NIBIRU" means, yet it is an excellent screenshot.

[Edit] Ah, "Planet X" Thanks for the link MCP. You're right, a long (interesting) article Wink

The 2nd screenshot link appears to be broken, its not working for me.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2011, October 15 - 7:42pm

I rendered some images that took a long time and I thought it was because of the emulation.

BTW, that´s NIBIRU approaching on the screenshot.

xeter's picture
by xeter - 2011, October 15 - 11:08am

You might like to check out Bryce 2, 3 & 4, also on this site.

wazeem's picture
by wazeem - 2011, October 15 - 10:21am

wow - yet another superb app for these old Mac. This seems to be a "fat" file, I'm running it on a PPC OS9.1 Maybe the process of rendering an image will be the limiting factor, a 800x600 image takes about 12 mins on my machine, but what an image!

gajbooks's picture
by gajbooks - 2010, January 29 - 9:33pm

I like this program.