Late Sunday was the testing of the Mac Quake LAN, or at least part of it, using the more recently acquired machines to make sure there were not any underlying (hidden) issues with the setup in general. After hours of playing, there was only once application crash, which honestly isn’t bad for OS 9 running a LAN game. In all, it was a good and also rather fun test, which just shows how this old game is still a blast to play. Here’s to Quake at the MGC ’11 show.
And now, as time permits, I move onto getting the console (and a few computer) systems ready and announced officially for the UC ’11 exhibit (which will probably have to wait until at last early next week). Till then, keep gaming… 😉
Quake LAN testing (Erica, Joel, Rod [and hidden to the right is Todd])