[Draft] Run Quake and Quake 3 on Raspberry Pi

Discussion in 'Computer Tutorials' started by DryerRaptor4441, Feb 3, 2019.

  1. DryerRaptor4441

    DryerRaptor4441 Member

    Jun 1, 2018
    I wanted to see if my Raspberry Pi 2 was able to run any old FPS games, so I did some research and installed Quake 1 and 3 on my Pi. To do this your Raspberry Pi must be connected to a router via ethernet or WiFi.

    Here's how:

    1. Get the RetroPie disk image from retropie.org.uk and burn it to a microSD (at least 8GB) with Etcher or Win32DiskImager.

    2. Plug the microSD into your Pi and boot up.

    3. Go to the RetroPie tab, then select RetroPie setup.

    4. Select Install Packages then select Install optional packages.

    5. Go to 'quake3', press enter then Install From Source.

    6. When finished, exit the setup script and return to the main menu.

    7. Go to Ports, then select Quake III.

    8. Get fraggin'.

    Note that this is a port called ioQuake3, and is not the official Quake III.


    Do the same as the quake 3 tutorial, but select Quake1 in RetroPie-Setup.

    Pictures to come tomorrow.
    Last edited by DryerRaptor4441, Feb 5, 2019
  2. Lilith Valentine

    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Wolf-husky™ Embrace yourself

    Sep 13, 2009
    Many moons away
    This is a really lazy tutorial, plus what about installing Quake 1? You only explained how I can install Quake 3
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  3. DryerRaptor4441

    DryerRaptor4441 Member

    Jun 1, 2018
    i was under time pressure so I didn't get around to it.
    expect to have it up by 5.30 gmt (pm)
  4. Foxi4

    Foxi4 On the hunt...

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    Sep 13, 2009
    Gaming Grotto
    Since the thread isn't actually what the title purports it to be (yet), I will tag it as a Draft until the tutorial is complete. Once you are satisfied with the contents, please message me via PM or tag me in this thread. Keep up the good work.
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