Sunday, January 16, 2005
Enemy Territory Fortres has been released. It is a port of Q3F to Enemy Territory with a ton of bug fixes, changes, and tweaks and is completly FREE.
You do not need to buy anything to play ETF. The only thing you will need to do is download Enemy Territory which is FREE and you can find the download links here (you will also need the Enemy Territory 1.02 patch which is also in our files section), make sure you install 1.0 and patch 1.02.
Posted by William Wilson at 1/16/2005 05:05:00 AM
Sunday, January 09, 2005
Splash Damage is a London-based independent game studio dedicated to online gaming, and has rapidly established itself as one of the leading First Person Shooter developers in Europe.
Splash Damage was formed in June 2001 from key members of the non-commercial online mod-making community. Splash Damage built on the experience gained by its staff in projects such as Q3F to work in partnership with established developers and publishers, and ultimately create stand-alone original games titles.
Splash Damage built bespoke Counter-Strike and Quake III maps for Games Domain. Splash Damage then worked with Network Of the World and Gamer.TV, providing both custom maps and an in-game television production solution. Splash Damage staff worked to produce and present over 150 TV shows based on Quake III Arena.
In 2002, Splash Damage began a partnership with id Software and Activision to work on Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (free game) which has won several Game of the Year and Editor’s Choice and remains one of the most popular online FPS titles.
Posted by William Wilson at 1/09/2005 07:20:00 AM
Quake 3 Fortress
Q3F 2.0 has been developed by the Q3F Development Team, and is a Total Conversion (TC) for the game Quake 3 Arena, deceloped by id Software and published by Activision. The goal with the ongoing development of Q3F has been to modify the multiplayer aspects of Quake 3 to create a much more in-depth and team oriented experience while playing on the Internet, on gaming networks or on a LAN.
Posted by William Wilson at 1/09/2005 07:19:00 AM