On Mon, Oct 11, 1999 at 03:18:32PM +0100, Sean Mcgrath - Sun UK - CS - Performance Engineer mentioned:
>> me thinks the ascii quake was made on the leaked source code.
> (i.e. the quake code was on an IBM machine? and someone nicked a copy of it)
> since then there's been glQuake, even Java quake, all with no source.
> Good luck finding it.
>> hunt should be more easier to find...
No, the AA Quake program was a hack on the SVGA version. I think it
intercepted calls to SVGAlib, and redirected them to aalib.
Hunt itsn't that easy to find, but it's in the BSDgames package that was
post a few mins ago...
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