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Slashdot Items Tagged "quake"

Date / TimeStory
Friday January 17, 2014 @11:11PM How To Play Quake III On iPad
Wednesday February 06, 2013 @10:17AM Open Source ARM Mali Driver Runs Q3A Faster Than the Proprietary Driver
Tuesday January 29, 2013 @12:48AM "Adults Only" OpenArena Now Playable On Raspberry Pi
Wednesday December 21, 2011 @09:36AM QuakeForge 0.6.0 Released In Time For Christmas
Wednesday December 21, 2011 @08:29AM QuakeForge 0.6.0 released in time for Christmas.
Sunday August 28, 2011 @08:59AM Raspberry Pi Running Quake 3
Wednesday August 17, 2011 @03:44PM Notch Asks For Trial By Combat
Wednesday August 17, 2011 @02:29PM Notch Asks For Trial by Combat
Tuesday June 07, 2011 @11:36AM Ask Slashdot: Best Adventure Game To Start With?
Thursday August 12, 2010 @04:32PM Quake Live Beta Ends, Optional Subscription Plans Added
Friday April 02, 2010 @06:07PM Google Gets Quake II Running In HTML5
Monday February 22, 2010 @12:08PM Real-Life Equivalents of Video Game Weapons
Saturday May 02, 2009 @01:04PM Quake Live Dev Says Mac and Linux Are "Top Priority"
Friday April 10, 2009 @01:12PM Advanced Open Source Engine Based On Quake 3
Thursday March 26, 2009 @11:23AM Sun Puts Data Center Through 6.7 Earthquake
Tuesday February 24, 2009 @08:29PM Court Upholds AP "Quasi-Property" Rights On Hot News
Tuesday February 24, 2009 @04:10PM Quake Live Open Beta Begins Feb. 24th
Tuesday December 16, 2008 @12:41PM Great Games To Put On a Free PC?
Tuesday December 09, 2008 @02:47PM Google Native Client Puts x86 On the Web
Saturday July 05, 2008 @03:39PM Quake Editor Tread 3.0 Alpha Released
Monday June 16, 2008 @12:05AM Intel Shows Off Quake Wars, Ray Traced
Wednesday August 08, 2007 @08:16AM id Resolves DOSBox/GPL Issue
Saturday August 04, 2007 @03:07PM The Aftermath of QuakeCon
Friday March 16, 2007 @05:55PM Rays light up life-like graphics
Wednesday January 17, 2007 @11:49PM Navy Gets 8-Megajoule Rail Gun Working
Sunday December 03, 2006 @04:11AM Origin of Quake3's Fast InvSqrt()
Saturday June 24, 2006 @11:33AM Quake is 10

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