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The arcade edition of Quake is finally playable on Laptop at?v=RTx4JAEzBPQ

In 1998 a business known as Lazer-Tron released Quake Arcade Match, a full-sized upright cupboard variation of id’s shooter that apparently arrived with a a 27″ 640×480 VGA display screen, a trackball for mouselook, and 7 buttons for directional movement, capturing, leaping, and cycling via weapons. 

As this website about Quake Arcade describes, “It ran on a tailor made Computer known as the Quantum3D Quicksilver Arcade Computer. Though that may well seem spectacular, this was 1998 and in truth it was only a 266 MHz Pentium II running under Home windows 95!!”