TenebraeQuake
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Enhanced Quake client with advanced graphics.   Free
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TenebraeQuake is an enhanced Quake client with more advanced graphic algorithms like stencil shadows and bump-mapping. It is much more hardware-demanding than the original Quake.
What's New
Version 1.1.2:
  • Fixed a compatibility issue with Microsoft mice.
  • Fixed incorrect gamma if the gamma table is larger than 256 entries.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • Quake (shareware or retail version)



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Kalice reviewed on 05 Aug 2012
This is pure scrap. It's slow like an old dog.

If you want to play Quake with all eye candies and a very nice set of features, just use QuakeSpasm, which is much more powerfull and extremely fast, even on my "old" Mac mini.
[Version 1.1.1]

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Dokter_mac replied on 05 Aug 2012
I can't complain about Tenebrae Quake. I've used it for years and I love it! Great graphics and psychics. The only time Tenebrae ran a little slow was on my PM G4 dual proc @ 1,25Ghz ;).

If you experience slowness or lag, throw away (or backup) your config file. If it's still slow then you always can thrash Tenebrae. I advise to try it at least!

With todays hardware I can't imagine a Mac running this app slow?
Sincerely.
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Voreball replied on 06 Aug 2012
I get steady 60+ fps on my MacPro. So no prob here. Besides, I'd rather test it a bit more but my Logitech G400 mouse is not recognized at all! (first app ever to react that way!). '+mlook' usual line in config doesn't work. Field of view can't be affected either with usual 'fov' command line in the console... Moreover, most attempts to tinker with .cfg file ends up crashing the app. Included read me file only provides scarce info/help.
A real pity, cause visuals looks interesting... :(
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AppleCrypt Mods commented on 23 Mar 2007
great release but i feel it could do with some tweaking here and there. Anyone got advice? Esp for third part maps where there are sometimes memory problems - how do u give more ram to the engine (hunkmegs / soundmegs /etc)
thx
[Version 1.0.4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
This is awesome.I never knew quake could look so good.Runs decent on my 500MHz g3 with radeon 9200.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 25 Dec 2002
Looks great, but barely runs (3-4 FPS) on an 800 mHz titanium book.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Dec 2002
Ran like crud on an eMac with a GF2. No idea why. It is pretty, but that doesn't matter much when you're getting 3fps
[Version 1.0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Dec 2002
Looks great, but dog slow. Running on a dual gig machine with GfT4 graphics card, I get 7 fps at 640 x 480 when starting a single player game (facing the 'difficulty' starting points). The frame rate jumps to 60 or 70 fps if I turn 180 degrees to face the wall. Is there something wrong with my setup, or are other people seeing this?
[Version 1.0.3]


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estebas rated on 28 Mar 2012

[Version 1.1]


Downloads:5,681
Version Downloads:499
Type:Games : Action
License:Free
Date:21 Sep 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TenebraeQuake is an enhanced Quake client with more advanced graphic algorithms like stencil shadows and bump-mapping. It is much more hardware-demanding than the original Quake.


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