PlanetQuake started as a PlanetQuake Archives dump, complete with tracking scripts, missing images, missing textures and missing maps. Little by little, each archived website has been incorporated into our QuakeWiki platform.
Are you still here in 2020? I have started filtering it out and converting all the old content to the new QuakeWiki format. This will probably take several months. I also decided to prioritize Quake 1 and 2 and to remove everything that’s not useful or unrelated to Quake.
After several years of hard work, all PlanetQuake archives have been either removed or incorporated into QuakeWiki.net, as pages, articles, or collections. Browse the menu above or use the search function to find what you need.
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