Now here is something for all the retro and purist Quake II fans out there. A new version of Yagami Quake II has just been released. But what is Yagami Quake II, right? Well, Yagami Quake II is an enhanced client for Quake II and its main focus is to offer an unchanged single player experience like back in 1997 on modern-day systems.
In other words, Yagami Quake II comes with proper Widescreen and full 64bit OS support. Moreover, it supports AF, mods, multisample anti-aliasing, and features a rewritten savegame system.
Here are Yagami Quake II’s key features:
– Anisotropic filtering.
– Compatible with most mods.
– From scratch rewritten savegame system.
– Full 64 bit support.
– Ingame soundtrack playback via OGG/Vorbis.
– Full IPv6 support.
– Mature and stable codebase.
– Multisample anti-aliasing.
– No gameplay and graphic enhancements, but optional support for retexturing packs and HUD scaling.
– OpenAL for sound (supports surround sound, can be disabled).
– SDL 1.2 or SDL 2 for input and rendering.
– Support for unlimited screen size / resolutions.
– Widescreen support
Currently, Yagami Quake II is supported on FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, OpenBSD and Windows (XP or higher).
Those interested can download it from here.
Have fun you purists Quake II fans!