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software Classic   software Classic : Quake 2 now also available as digital version for AmigaOS 3 (68k)
   posted by AmigaPapst on 29-Apr-2024 15:49:43 (1220 reads)
Alinea Computer is very pleased to be able to offer the version for AmigaOS 3 (68k) as a digital download in addition to the Quake 2 version for AmigaOS 4. Steffen Häuser is responsible for the porting and has implemented numerous features that have not yet been available for any Quake 2 port for 68k.

In addition to supporting the various Mission CDs and MODS, the
realised the playback of the soundtracks as OGG Vorbis (for Vampire V4
instead as AIFF files) and multiplayer/network gaming.

Please note that in order to run the 68k version of Quake 2, the
data files of the PC version are required. These can be downloaded via
Steam at a favourable price.

Free MODS and Mission CDs will be available in the next few days in the
Aminet will be available.

Here are all the features and system requirements at a glance:


- 68040, 68060 and 68080 compiled version (during installation
- MiniGL and Software Renderer
- full support for Mission CDs The Reckoning and Ground Zero
- Ports to the unofficial mission CD Zaero and to approx.
50 multiplayer mods will be published on the Aminet in the near future, these
Downloads require the new version of Quake 2,. they do not work
with other ports
- For Vampire users: The USB gamepad of the Vampire is supported
- For Vampire V4 users: Background music is played via AIFF (the Ogg
Vorbis music files of the Gog/Steam version of Quake2 will not be played in the 080 version.
converted to AIFF format during installation)
- For PiStorm users: Background music is played via Ogg Vorbis
(requires the Gog or Steam version of Quake 2, where the Ogg Vorbis
files are included)
- For owners of Classic Amigas: Support of PSXPort adapters for the
Connecting a Playstation gamepad

System requirements

-Software: AmigaOS 3.x and the data files from Steam, Gog or CD version.
-Hardware: At least Vampire V2 or PiStorm Pi3 (not fast at the moment)
enough on a 68060, but perhaps a future update will also include
run fast enough on 100 MHz 060 systems)
-1 GB free hard disc space,

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Re: Quake 2 now also available as digital version for AmigaO
Posted on 14-May-2024 9:42:09
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Any difference from other quake 2 ports that are out already since many years ?

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Re: Quake 2 now also available as digital version for AmigaO
Posted on 20-May-2024 21:08:01
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yeah, its slow as fuck and you have to pay 15.00

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Re: Quake 2 now also available as digital version for AmigaO
Posted on 22-May-2024 19:13:25
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Haha crazy, you seen it in action anywhere ?

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