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Submitted by Kincaid 2023d ago | news

Mac and Linux support added to Quake Live

As promised last week at QuakeCon, id Software has now added Mac and Linux support for their browser based free-to-play first person shooter Quake Live. In their release notes, they mention that for now Mac support is confined to Apple's Safari browser but they hope to have Firefox Mac support up and running soon. (PC, Quake Live, Quake Zero, QuakeLive)

Credit url: quakelive.com
timestoby  +   2022d ago
i dont bloody use SAFARI
somekindofmike  +   2022d ago
lol, well can't you just open safari when you want to play quake live?
Rhythmattic  +   2022d ago
Love Firefox, all the plugs are awesome... But for me, Safari is just Snappier...

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