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Quake2 native on Linux

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Quake2 native on Linux
« on: November 01, 2018, 12:12:47 PM »
 

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You may call it a "chronic flex", to me, I am just trying to spread the word, HERE is a guide on how to make Quake2 run on Linux without respirator.

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In fact, all classic iD software games have the support of game-data-packager, but Quake2 is remarkably neat and well done with the modern, cross-platform and multicompatible Yamagi sourceport at hand. Other games feature Doom^3, which unfortunately slugs even under the Dhewm^3 sourceport, Quake 4 which suffers an audio eclipse due to lack of modern sourceport involved, as well as - to be understood - the classic Doom arrays, Wolfenstein representatives and perhaps some few other, which I did not try.
Last Edit: November 01, 2018, 12:16:44 PM by MS
 


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