Soldiers of the Quake Empire — Klingon Skins for Quake II, by Kevin A. Geiselman aka Commander Kordite

"The Klingon Skins for Quake II were made using Paint Shop Pro, NST Model Viewer and, occasionally, a scanner. Warriors of the Empire are encouraged to use these skins in Deathmatches. Feel free to switch heads for your own personality but, as a courtesy, don't change the bodies too much. And don't forget to tell 'em where you got 'em. In the future (hopefully) look for skins for Klingon Honor Guard, Feddie skins (ie, targets) and Klingon Deathmatch levels for Quake II. Boarding parties to the transporter room!"

Battle of the Sexes Mod, by Spinoza — Q2CTF Maps Screenshots

"The object of any game is to win. In this mod the objective is no different. To win your team has to score points. To score points you have to meet certain objectives… number one is capturing the flag. To capture the flag there are certain conditions that have to exist: If you are on the female team then your flag is blue. If you are on the male team your flag is red. So if you are on the blue team (female) then you want to go get the red flag."

Screenshots of Q2 Episode 1 for Quake 4, by Porutchik aka MadRat — January 3, 2010

"Installation: download file: q2base1.pk4,q2base1_video.pk4,q2base1_ t.pk4 quake4 ver1.4.2 Extract the .pk4 file into q4base and the batch file into your Quake4 folder quake4/ is. start Q2Episode1.bat>start new game or Start Game>MOD>Q2Episode1>start new game and have fun! p.s. if not download q2base1_video.pk4 not start new game!!! ctrl + alt + ~ > map base1"

PlanetQuake.com — M. A. M. A. Museum of 3D Gaming

"Very soon, as soon as we have the Quake2 engine, in fact, we'll be building a walkthrough exhibit hall, and your statue will be standing on a pedestal for the world to see. The page as you see it now is only a temporary stepping stone until the Quake2 engine arrives. The reason we need the Quake2 engine is so that people will be able to invoke the web browser by shooting your statue, thus accessing your stats, as you see them on the sample page...If you have any questions about the museum, please browse http://www.mama.org/ first. MAMA is a member of AAM and many other museumology organizations, and is a proud part of the Northern California School System's in-classroom art education program. It also runs a childrens' art academy. You'll enjoy seeing this fascinating online and offline museum at work."