Nov 08, 2000, 17:38 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeff Mrochuk)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Quake was a revolutionary game. It was the first true 3D gaming
engine, and it created the world of online first person shooters.
Now in the time of Quake 3: Arena and Unreal Tournament, Quake is
still holding its own. It still has a strong online community
featuring many great mods and maps. Now when you feel like going
back to your roots, to when the Rocket Launcher was all that
mattered, and the gibs flew as far as you could see, you can.
The best way to Quake on a Linux system is undoubtedly
"QuakeForge is a source modification of ID Software's
Quake/QuakeWorld engine. It is designed with cheat-protection in
mind, but also features many improvements over QuakeWorld's
"It has currently been split into two trees.
- QuakeForge: Newtree is compatible with QuakeWorld clients and
- QuakeForge: NUQ is the single player version; it is not
compatible with QuakeWorld."
- LinuxPR: Characters From Favorite Geek Cartoon Join Violent Quake3 Deathmatch
(Sep 16, 2000)
- ShowMeLinux.com : Quake 3 Arena [Review](Jul 16, 2000)
- LWN: Loki Announces Quake III Arena Editor for Linux(May 25, 2000)
- LinuxWorld: Quake III Arena - Death by rocket launcher(Mar 08, 2000)
- TheLinuxGurus.org: Review -- Quake III: Arena by David Culp(Feb 02, 2000)
- LinuxGames.com: Linux vs. Windows in Quake 3 Arena Performance(Feb 01, 2000)
- Linux.com: Quake3 Server How-to(Jan 31, 2000)
- Feed Magazine: Quake Cheats(Jan 07, 2000)
- Eric S. Raymond -- The Case of the Quake Cheats(Dec 28, 1999)
- Matrox.com: Linux-based gamers can now play Quake III Arena with Matrox G400(Dec 15, 1999)
- Matt Matthews: Quake 3 Arena for Linux [Review](Dec 14, 1999)
- Linux Journal: Loki and id Team Up to Roll Out Quake III(Dec 05, 1999)