Quake Crack/Patch

Quake Rage through 32 single player levels and 6 deathmatch levels of sheer terror and fully immersive sound and lighting. Arm yourself against the cannibalistic Ogre, fiendish Vore and indestructible Schambler using letal nails, fierce Thunderbolts and abominable Rocket and Grenade Launchers. [id Software]

Download Quake Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 96 / 100
User rating
Downloads 5920
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Players 1-16
Company / Developer
id Software / id Software

Quake reviews ( 6 )

Mjr_REAPER, Dec 18, 2016

Quake is not a game is a classic positive memories in which even after years of holds and contains better gameplay than many new game. How not to look at the graphics and have not played this epic classic is always time to make up for it

KarlM., Feb 25, 2005

The divergence of of 2d from 3d. Forget duke nukem, forget the majority of games today. This game had, HAS style, like other great works of art, this is a masterpiece, an inspired synthesis of style, adrenaline, and pure terror. In many ways superior to Doom 3, plus it runs on anything from your Pda to Osx!

ScribbleS, Mar 30, 2010

To this day, I still think Quake 1 is the best online FPS gameplay (balance and fun) that has ever existed and compared to all other online FPS both current and old. Quake 1 is old, but other FPS owe more to Quake 1 than people think.

DavidW, Sep 14, 2008

When I first played this in 1998 on my 486, I was amazed. When I played through it again just a few days ago, I was still amazed. There are bits that still make me jump in my seat. It certainly hasn't lost any of it's charm or atmosphere. The sounds are still as bone-chilling as ever, and it still freaks me out to hear the howling of a vore. This game is fantastic, and it is well worth looking up for a bit of retro fps action.

Taggy, Feb 21, 2011

Wow, i remember going to a computer show in 1995 at London and playing this for the first time with the new first ever 3D card, the Geforce Voodoo. Gamers had never seen smooth textured grahics beforeon the PC and to say it blew me away playing it was an understatement, I immediately went and paid for a 3d card at £150 back in 1996 for one (all my wages as a student!!). 3D textured quake back in 1996 was the bomb! I played it endlessly online lol, a great game and aside from quake and wolfenstein, a classic!

JesseB, Dec 27, 2009

i cant help but feel extremely nostalgic every time i load this game up. and what else can you give the game that broke up out of the 2.5D and into 3d? 10