Id Software’s resident Mac maven Graeme Devine has updated his .plan file with details on Quake III Arena’s 1.32 point release. The long-awaited point release brings various changes and improvements to the Mac OS X version of the game, including support for widely used anti-cheating technology.
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Quake III Arena is the hugely popular 3D action game published for the Mac by Activision. The game has continued to be supported long after its initial release, although developer Id Software now restricts its efforts specifically to Mac OS X. In addition to being a popular game in its own right, Quake III Arena’s core engine is widely used by licensees who base their own games off the same technology.
Id Software has periodically released public test versions of the Mac 1.32 point release as Devine has been developing it, culminating in this final version. The release version comes with an installer. According to Devine, changes since the initial 1.32 test version include:
The 28MB download is available from Id Software’s FTP server, which was overwhelmed when MacCentral posted this article. You may want to keep an eye on Macgamefiles.com for links to mirror sites once it has been updated.