GLQuake
GLQuake
1.1b3

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GLQuake free download for Mac

GLQuake1.1b3

03 November 2004

Enhance Quake I with OpenGL graphics.

Overview

GLQuake is a Quake version that supports 3D acceleration thanks to OpenGL. Flares, dynamic lightning and textures are enhenced and it's Mac OS X compatible.

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3 Reviews of GLQuake

Anonymous
04 November 2004
Version: 1.1b5

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fantastic looking open gl quake! essential hint from the authors site: " Mouselook is a modifier (only active when the mouselook key is down) it therefore requires a little hacking to keep mouselook on at all times. The best way to do this is to create a plain-text file called "autoexec.cfg" containing the text "+mlook" (without the quotes) and place it in your "id1" folder. If you already have an "autoexec.cfg" file, simply add "+mlook" to the bottom and save."
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Anonymous
06 November 2004
Version: 1.1b5
As far as I know, p0x has stopped developing Quake for OS X years ago. His site doesn't mention anything about this new 1.5b5. Who is developing it now and where can I find some information?
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Anonymous
04 November 2004
Version: 1.1b5
I purchased a dual 2.5Ghz G5. Until my NVidia 6800 Ultra DDL card arrived, I had a Radeon 9600 unstalled. This app worked beautifully with the Radeon 9600. Once I installed the NVidia 6800, the application quits with the following error: "GLQuake has encountered an error. No GL renderers found."
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Anonymous
04 November 2004
Version: 1.1b5
fantastic looking open gl quake! essential hint from the authors site: " Mouselook is a modifier (only active when the mouselook key is down) it therefore requires a little hacking to keep mouselook on at all times. The best way to do this is to create a plain-text file called "autoexec.cfg" containing the text "+mlook" (without the quotes) and place it in your "id1" folder. If you already have an "autoexec.cfg" file, simply add "+mlook" to the bottom and save."
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