This is cool, my first experience with UT was on Dreamcast 🙂
Some more info about UT for android in case anyone wonders. We normally couldn't install our UT game on android because it was built for intel x86 processors but the Dreamcast CPU was a 67 MHz Yamaha AICA with 32-bit ARM7 RISC CPU so with a dreamcast emulator this can actually run on mobiles with ARM processors maybe raspberry PIs too if there is an emulator for it.
One thing to be clear about though is it probably won't work online unless someone keeps working on it to get it working. I certainly wouldn't want to play online with a phone and virtual controller -- you would just get destroyed by PC players but it would be cool to spectate on your phone. Someone was trying to get the dreamcast working to join servers some time ago. I don't know if they were ever successful:
The link to dreamcast-talk forum in the second ut99.org link also seems to have not ended in a solution yet.
What you need to install the Dreamcast UT port on your phone.
- An android dreamcast emulator
- A Dreamcast UT ROM (this could be copyright infringement)
- A Dreamcast BIOS (again this could be copyright infringement)
It looks like one of the Android Dreamcast emulators, possibly the paid version, comes with a dreamcast bios so the bios might not be needed if using that emulator.
Here is some video of it:
Thanks to ver2ux for mentioning this here it's pretty interesting.
Thanks to everyone for not posting links to copyrighted stuff too 🙂