1. Main Features
- Classic FPS game from the 1990s
- Single and multiplayer modes with the objective to kill all enemies
- Fast, frenetic gameplay
- Weapons, ammo, health, and power-ups are available around the map
2. Software Overview
id Software Quake III Arena is third installment of the Quake series and differs substantially from the previous two installments. The game was first released on December 2nd, 1999 for Windows but is also available for OS X and Linux.
The previous two installments, Quake and Quake II, featured traditional single player gameplay. Quake III Arena bucks this trend and instead revolves around frenetic multiplayer action. The game does not have much of a storyline, the overall objective is to kill, or frag, enemies as you progress through different tiers that increase in difficulty. The game provides weapons, ammo, power-ups, and health in various places around the map for you to use.
Although Quake III Arena differs greatly from the previous two installments it is still a fan favorite among FPS gamers. It provides fun, frenetic gameplay and is opened to mods. At the time of its release and to this day still id Software Quake III Arena is considered one of the all-time FPS classics.
3. Supported File Types
|1||.ARENA||Quake 3 Engine Arena File|
|2||.DM_68||Quake 3 Demo File|
|3||.LMP||Quake Engine Lump File|
|4||.MD3||Quake 3 3D Model|
|5||.MENU||Quake 3 Engine Menu File|
|6||.NAV||Id Tech 3 Bot Navigation File|
|7||.PK3||Quake 3 Engine Game Data File|
|8||.QVM||Quake 3 Virtual Machine File|
|9||.ROQ||Id Software Game Video|
|10||.SHADER||Quake 3 Engine Shader File|
|11||.SOUNDS||Quake 3 Engine Sound Definition File|
|12||.SPS||Quake 3 Engine Speaker Definition File|
Updated: February 6, 2015