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Submitted by poindat 2090d ago | news

Quake Live Updated to Support Linux and Mac Users

During the QuakeCon 2009 press conference, id President Todd Hollenshead announced what many non-Windows computer users had been asking about for months. Quake Live, id software's browser based shooter, would be adding support for Linux and Macintosh operating system users. (PC, Quake Live)

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somekindofmike  +   2090d ago
Awesome! I'm looking forward to playing this!

I was stuck in an online que for about 30mins the day this released to play, only for the second it was about to launch the game told me I couldn't play because I wasn't' on windows! was gutted.
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Finalfantasykid  +   2086d ago
I'll have to try this out, even though I'm not much a fan of quake style shooters.

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