Thanks for clarifying that for us. I couldn't remember all the reasons
why to purchase the full version from ID Software, but I knew there
was some content left out of the shareware demo and open source
On 7/9/10, Cara Quinn <caraqu...@draconisentertainment.com> wrote:
> Actually to clarify;
> The reason one might want to purchase the game rather than just use the
> shareware demo is so that you can have the original music and go beyond the
> first episode (4 maps) and finish the single player game, which has four
> episodes. I believe you can actually find the music and all of the game maps
> online though, in various places, though I haven't checked for them.
> Now, having said that, all of the online features (such as team play and
> deathmatch) are available with the shareware demo, so if you want to play
> with real people, then you need not search for or purchase anything.
> HOpe that makes sense.
> Now, as for accessibility; -much more than a demo is accessible. The
> complete online experience is accessible to enjoy and all of the standard
> game maps have the Audio quake access features, (as well as do hundreds of
> user created maps as well)
> So the game is quite playable, if I'm understanding people correctly.
> Anyway, hope this helps and have a great day!…
> Cara :)
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