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JohnnyTheWolf

Doomworld for Quake?

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Is there a website akin of Doomworld for the Quake series?

I am asking, because I am currently looking for a mod that would increase Quake II's notoriously low difficulty, but Google does not seem to be of any help.

Thanks in advance!

PS: Yes, I know there is a "Quakeworld" and, yes, I know it has nothing to do with Doomworld.

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I have found nothing of interest on ModDB.

Also, I tried extracting PAK files to see if I can edit weapon and monster values myself, but there does not seem to be a .cfg file for that. :/

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JohnnyTheWolf said:

Then how do you do it?

Can you give me a list of all the filenames and extension included, here? I don't have Q2, and I'm not sure if its like Q1's system.

Also, if there isn't a config file, then search in files that seem like text files(or at least you think its a text file)

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Voros said:

Can you give me a list of all the filenames and extension included, here? I don't have Q2, and I'm not sure if its like Q1's system.

Also, if there isn't a config file, then search in files that seem like text files(or at least you think its a text file)


The only config files I have found in pak0.PAK, pak1.PAK and pak2.PAK seem to be multiplayer loadouts.

As for the file extensions, there only seem to be dm2, pcx, bsp, pcx, wal and md2. I have some experience with editing Doom 3, so the folder structure looks familiar, but I cannot find anything that looks like config files for weapons and monsters.

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Nothing too fancy.

I want to make Quake II more difficult by increasing enemy health and possibly damage too. Maybe also increase player's health and ammo cap too.

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In order to make these changes, if I remember correctly, you'd need to compile a new game_x86.dll. I don't recall where the Quake 2 tools can be found nowadays, though.

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