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|Quake: The Offering||GOG.com|
The shareware version includes the first episode, Dimension of the Doomed.
NOTE: It is generally recommended to play this game using the official Windows port, WinQuake (wq100.zip).
glq1114.zip is GLQuake, a Windows version of the game with 3Dfx support.
Description (by id Software)
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.
Cheats (by VGTips.com)
Press the ~ key to open the console window, then enter any of the cheats below:
FLY: Toggle flying mode
GIVE #: Gives weapon # (type different #s to get different weapons)
GIVE C #: Gives you # cells
GIVE H #: Gives you # health
GIVE N #: Gives you # nails
GIVE R #: Gives you # rockets
GIVE S #: Gives you # shells
GOD: Toggle God mode
IMPULSE 255: Quad damage mode
IMPULSE 9: Gives all weapons
NOCLIP: Toggle no clipping (walk through walls)
NOTARGET: Toggle invisibility to monsters
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