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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

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Guides on emulating older games

After they had fought out their civil war on their homeworld called Stroggos, the Strogg ventured out into space to conquer other planets and study other races to integrate them into their own. In 2060 they enter space above their next target: Earth. The Global Defense Force (GDF) is completely overwhelmed by the attack of this highly advanced force but they don't give up and fight for their survival. Ultimately Earth will fall into the hands of the Strogg and the events which lead to the beginning of Quake II will unfold but until then, you'll be an important part of this last battle for control over the planet! (MobyGames)

Downloads #1-6 are the parts of a zipped archive of the game DVD (version 1.1)

Download #7 contains the updater to version 1.5.

Architecture: x86 (Intel:Mac)

Mac OS X 10.5.1 or later
CPU Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
CPU Speed: 2 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 5.5 GB + 1 GB Swap File
Video Card (ATI): Radeon X1600
Video Card (NVidia): Geforce 7300
Video Memory (VRAM): 128 MB


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by Dingomac - 2019, May 29 - 4:13am

ok listen up people should update these older games let me explain.

ipatcher won't run without admin core privilege how you do this.

is go into utilites select terminal type in sudo -s then press enter now right click the patcher and select show packages contents then go into Macos and drag the ipatcher file there to the terminal window and press enter.

then drag the app to ipatcher it will patch the app to the latest version

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, January 5 - 12:04pm

As instructed in the opening screen of the patcher, you need to run the No-DVD patch as root user. The instructions explain how to do this from the terminal. If this does not work you may need to enable the root user account. If you do this you can then log in as root to apply the patch instead of using the terminal method if you wish. A Google search will explain how to enable root. BTW I have just checked again that it all works for me in Snow Leopard.

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by EldritchNexus - 2019, January 5 - 10:17am

I'm using Snow Leopard, and I can't for the life of me get the No-DVD patch to install. When I try it, all I get is an error message.

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by deadmouse - 2018, July 18 - 9:35pm


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by Gaeokerena - 2018, February 5 - 10:01am

The 1.5 update and the No-DVD patch doe not work in El Capitan or above. It complains that it will not work in the current OS X environment. Any thoughts?

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2018, February 5 - 9:21am

There is a no-DVD for v1.5 in the update download

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by megrex - 2018, February 4 - 12:16pm

Great addition,

But I'm curious, will this work once burnt to a DVD?

I've tried running off my HD and get a message that DVD must be inserted - likewise if I run with the dmg locked and mounted on desktop.

I see there is a license code included, but no 'no-DVD' info, so i'm assuming only a sn is required.

I don't have access to a DVD burner at the moment - but it would be nice to know, for when I do, whether or not this one is "good to go" .

So i'm wondering if someone can confirm that there is no physical disc protection, or knows of some other way to bypass the error message, or indeed was able to run the game straight from their HD. Thanks.

PS: An included Read Me, states …

NOTICE: This game contains technology intended to prevent copying that may conflict with some disk and virtual disk drives.

…. which could be something, or it could be nothing!