"My philosophy is simple. Hell the very nature of Quake and Quake II demands simplicity. Most deathmatchers have one thing on their mind. ANYTHING MOVES= MUST DIE. Simple huh? Well things start getting complex in the melee of battle, and even more if you want to win. I don't claim to be a Quake god, I'm just trying to help those struggling to get better. All I can say it begins with a simple solution as practice. Keep playing, you'll get better."
The Coven was an independent computer games developer with its roots in the Doom and Quake communities. Originally founded by John "Gestalt" Bye in late 1996, The Coven worked on a free Doom II add-on before moving on to Quake and going commercial in the summer of 1997. The Coven was closed in the winter of 1999, and all their work is now available for free.
Info about the Author: Just another Q2ctf addict. These are part of a multi-pack of ctf maps named 'Reminisce' I am planning on doing so sit tight for more. :) Bfg moaners learn to use it.
Quake II: Online Aftershocks by Dan Elektro As amateur programmers create their own modifications, Quake II is changing -- for the better.
Here's my version of Laalaa from the great British children's TV show Teletubbies. I've tried to keep the character of the character, the animations are fairly true-to-life and the weapon strapped to the arm is Tubby-Tech styled in blue tubbitanium metal.
The_DM, creator of CTF+ and QTracker and BMOC at the Gunslingers clan, sends word of a LAN party within driving distance of my house. Wish I wasn't moving into the house this weekend. :P On July 26, 1997 there will be another Perry, Ohio LAN DeathFest. The carnage begins at 11:45AM and runs for 12 hours. Admission is $10, which gets you pizza and drinks.