"Good news! Recently I found a motherlode of great pictures. Nearly all of them is customized by others. Just 'upgraded' this computer, added 64mb, Voodoo2 video card. It makes little good difference, although. Modem seemed to be more faster than before. Also, help me to improve my page, suggestions, comments, dislikes, etc. Contact me! New homemade shamblers pixs by Casper, Northern Command Quake clan page is now available. Currently looking for new members, Newbies and Experienced accepted." -EvIsCerAToR.
This level isn't an architectural wonder. It's not meant to have you "ooh-ing and ahh-ing". It's about having fun. Took a chunk of my weekend to make it.
If you don't have a lot of fun playing in it... I'll have to send Eugene over. ;) Walter Costinak aka |2|
The arrival of Quake 2 signalled the end of just about everything else (other games, a social life, personal hygiene) for at least 6 months, as well as being another great leap forward to Upgrade Time for those with non-meaty PCs. Watching the phenomenon blossom is intriguing, though plotting its course is a no brainer. As expected, the online community swung into action from the outset. The existing 7.8 million or so Quake fan/news sites embraced the second coming with gusto, providing up-to-the-minute news and downloads... Quake 2’s long term value has been assured even only a few weeks after its release. There are enough hacks turned editor out there to sink the proverbial ship and the rate of people having a dabble is increasing every day. How long will Quake 2 last? Well let’s just say that if you played every single level, used every patch, made your own levels, played every TC you would be very old by the time you had finished. You would also die very happy.