id Software’s Quake will be turning 25 years old this year and as it stands, there’s no shortage of triple-A titles that pay homage to the iconic first-person shooter, in some form or another. For one developer, that homage came in the form of a Quake-like clone that is far smaller in file size and, unlike major titles these days, only take up a tiny amount of storage space.
The end result is a game that you can play directly from your browser and, much like the original Quake, looks really fun. Szablewski’s Q1K3 features two levels, five enemy types, and three different weapons to cycle through. Additionally, the game also features some level of environmental effects, including dynamic lighting and robust collision detection.
— Dominic Szablewski (@phoboslab) September 13, 2021
On a side note, if you’re a developer or programmer and you just so happen to be into indie game development, you can check out the contest’s official page for more information. On that note, if you actually like Szableski’s entry, you can also visit his official Twitter page for more information.
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