Yeah, the Quake 3 engine is still extensively being used. I know
several games from Activision depend on the Quake 3 engine. Right off
the top of my head I know Star Trek Elite Force and Star Trek Elite
Force II both use a Quake engine.
On 12/9/10, Cara Quinn <caraqu...@draconisentertainment.com> wrote:
> Ben, yes.
> JQ is actually being updated now, but not by me. :) I made my code
> completely free and available so others can work with it howe ever they'd
> like. The code is Quake C which is a flavor of the C language and only works
> within the context of Quake. I.E. you can't develop in any other environment
> with it.
> The Quake engine itself however, is written in straight C and is open-source
> so people are free to look at it or use it in their own contexts.
> Many current games still use flavors of the Quake engines and I believe the
> game that Phil just posted about, Imperial Academy, actually uses the Quake
> 3 engine.
> So the quick answer is yes, and the not so quick answer is perhaps in the
> future. :)
> Happy holidays to you and yours, and have a wonderful day!… Woohoo!
> Cara :)
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