Raspberry Pi caught running Quake 3, classrooms will never be the same


We know, we’ve covered the Raspberry Pi twice now, but we simply can’t stop giving love to the $25 linux-capable miniature PC, especially when it pulls off awesome things like running Quake 3. While the game is pretty ancient by today’s standards, the mere fact that it’s able to run it using extremely limited hardware (remember, it’s designed to run educational apps, not gaming grade graphics) makes it more awesome than it already is. While there are some framerate issues evident, the team is confident that it’s going to be able to fix all of that come release time, and maybe connect a couple of Rasberry Pis for some good ol’ fashion LAN deathmatch.

Source: Rasberry Pi Website