Runs really well, all maps work, great game. Will need a serial just to play, here is one provided:
DHRJ-NCNF-RWWD-977M-D9JT. If you have a brand new Intel Mac please purchase on Steam. Thank you
[See Also]: Quake 3 Arena for Mac OS 9 page.
Quake III CD KeyGen (OS 9): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?xwkmdntkmnj
There is also an expansion pack: Quake III Team Arena
The story so far:
Untold centuries ago the Vadrigar, the mysterious Arena Masters, constructed the Arena Eternal for their own infernal amusement. Virtually nothing is known of these beings except that they savor the carnage and clamor of battle. As such, they have stocked the arena with the greatest warriors of all time. And you have just joined their ranks.
As a gladiator in the Arena Eternal, you must not only survive, but also win each and every battle against ever more powerful opponents. Don't worry overly much about getting "fragged." The Vadrigar won't be cheated of their favorite sport by a little thing like death. Those who fall are instantly restored to life and immediately thrust back into the battle, perhaps a little wiser for their misfortunes.
When the dust, blood, and gibs settle, all warriors will have earned the right to battle again, providing further entertainment for the Vadrigar. But only the warrior who has fragged the most foes will be lauded as the winner. The victorious gladiator advances to a more challenging array of arenas, until, at last, he or she faces Xaero, Lord of the Final Arena.
— excerpt: SilverStream's Quake III Arena FAQ
In single-player mode, Quake III Arena is split into six tiers of four arenas each. In order to progress to the next tier, a gladiator has to beat all four arenas. Finishing second or third won't do - you must emerge as the clear winner.
While the rules are a little different in multiplayer (network or online) games, there is one important rule that sums up your life as a gladiator in the Arena Eternal: Frag Everything That Isn't You.Compatibility
No issues; runs perfectly in Mac OS X - Mac OS 9 version not really, it doesn't want to run.