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See Quake III Played On A Raspberry Pi

03/31/2014, I remember when Quake III was first released, and back then 17” monitors were the norm, and playing it on a 19” monitor blew my mind away with the Riva TNT2 GPU, as I zipped through The Longest Yard at high resolution without missing a beat. It is...

Quake 5 might return to its roots

06/17/2011, John Carmack, the boss of id Software, recently spouted out some good news for fans of the original Quake. The long time running series might be taking a trip back to its roots – if the game does come into fruition. According to a statement he recently...

Quake speedrun hits new record

12/29/2010, For those old school hardcore gamers, chances are you would have definitely given Quake a go, and we’re pretty sure that you have also seen the Quake done Quickest video demo in the past. That is nothing short of impressive, and their latest effort...

HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S duke it out on Quake II demo

07/06/2010, Both the HTC Desire and recently released Samsung Galaxy S are pretty similar on paper in terms of specifications, where they each sport a 1GHz processor with Android 2.1 as the operating system of choice, boasting a WVGA touchscreen display, not to...

Google Nexus One handles Quake III with aplomb

05/10/2010, We’ve seen Quake II run on HTML5 with pretty decent results, as well as Quake III being played on a Motorola Droid before, but how about id Software’s Quake III making its way on the Google Nexus One sans keyboard alongside a much faster...

Quake 3 caught running at 100fps on Intel Atom Z-Series processor

05/05/2010, The new Intel Atom Z6xx series of processors that we covered earlier this morning is no flash in a pan, considering it is more than capable of running Quake 3 at a phenomenal 100fps, which is way faster than what top-of-the-line machines back in the day...

Quake II runs on HTML5

04/02/2010, The folks at Google once again confirm their brilliance with yet another port of the Quake II game engine, this time round running on HTML5 without the need for flash or plug-ins. We started with the existing Jake2 Java port of the Quake II engine, then...

Quake 3 runs on Android smoothly

02/25/2010, Who would’ve thought that the processing power of smartphones have finally caught up far enough to run an intense game like Quake 3 (back in its day, anyways) smoothly? Check out what the programmer had to say about his efforts of porting Quake 3...

Quake Ported To Palm Pre

01/03/2010, Did you think that the Palm Pre would never be capable of running any significant games? Well, you might want to think again after Quake was ported to the Palm Pre, thanks to the SDL library that’s available in webOS 1.3.5. It still seems a little...

iD Software frags game ports

12/14/2009, Folks who trawl the Android Market might just realize that ports of Doom, Quake and Wolfenstein games for Android handsets have been removed, and here’s word on why that is so from one of the developers of a Doom port. Some of you may have noticed...

Quake Overdose On iPhone

06/30/2009, So you want Quake on your iPhone – you’ve got it, in a triple dose format to boot. John Carmack will be releasing a trio of Quake games to the iPhone, where they comrprise of the original, its sequel and Arena. He’ll be involved to make...