WinMBF is a source port project by Team Eternity. It is a direct port of the MBF port by Lee Killough to operating systems that support the SDL library. It removes the original low-level system code and replaces it with a modification of the code used by the Eternity Engine.
Changes in WinMBF include numerous bug fixes to fatal errors that were in contained in the Boom and MBF codebases, support for windowed and fullscreen video modes, ability to adjust the zone heap size, and improved behavior of the sound engine including a higher sample rate. Gameplay problems in the ancestral ports are not addressed, in order to ensure 100% demo compatibility is retained.
Build 3 of the port, which is expected to be the final build other than to port to new systems, is anticipated for release within 2010. New features will include screen scaling, more bug fixes, further sound engine adjustments, improved mouse handling, ENDOOM support, and ability to run on multicore processors.