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 processor? It seems that gaming quality is pretty impressive (deserving of a medal) with a decent graphics level as seen in the video above, where the trackball functions as the mouse while volume control buttons are used to walk and jump. Wondering what kind of “superphone” the Nexus One is? Why not read our review on it and find out? Guess the 1GHz processor really does show off its muscle here.

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