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Quake running on Ouya

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Published on Jul 4, 2013

Sideloaded the QI4A app and copied over the ID1 folder from the Quake PC game folder onto /sdcard/qi4a. I had to use a USB keyboard to get into the options menu and assign keys to the controller buttons and also to start the game.

The rest of the game is played using the PS3 controller (Ouya controller doesn't work). As is typical, the right analog controlled the aiming and the left analog stick controlled movement, but to move forward I had to press down and to move back I had to press forward. If it seems like I suck well that's the reason why.

QI4A: http://quakeone.com/forums/quake-talk...

There's also QII4A (Quake II) and QIII4A (Quake III) but I haven't gotten Quake III to run.

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