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QUAKE Mission Pack 1: Scourge Of Armagon Free Download Crack With Full Game [Latest-2022]







Although it was designed and programmed in 1996, only the final version was released in 1997. The pack features both new levels and new enemies (and a few new textures). The new levels (and some older ones) are set in what is now known as the "Quake Multiverse", the fictional world that the Quake engine creates on startup. However, the mission pack was just the first of the official "Quake Multiverse" (also known as the "Quake World"), which was followed by the Quake Mission Pack 2: Quake II, which was released the next year. Contents Mission 1-13: Back in the day Battle against the Thing Mission 1-11 is set in the "Earthbound" area of the map, which is filled with old tunnels and magma-fueled mountains. The ancient, other-dimensional city of Armagon is (presumably) inhabited by the slave race of magma dragons, who have enslaved the Earthbound's indigenous race. An advanced magma dragon mutant, the Thing, is rampaging through the city, slaughtering the Earthbound's people, leaving Armagon "open for business" to the Tark'ai, whom the Earthbound now consider the gods of Quake. The Tark'ai have taken up Armagon's geography as their own; the former city of Armagon is now a part of the land called Tarka'an. The Terran Legate's mission: locate and destroy the Thing's power core. The mission begins with a cutscene showing the Tark'ai's desire to conquer the Earthbound race, and the Terran Legate's attempt to bring the "more advanced" civilization to the Earthbound. The Terran Legate's forces are being ambushed by three Tark'ai, but the Terran Legate quickly dispatches them with his heavily-armed, yet slow-moving Quake-powered robot. Meanwhile, the Terran Legate's men, assisted by their allies, have also defeated the Thing and placed its head inside an antigravity device in the Earthbound. They have also found a human-sized creature that they believe to be the Thing's offspring. The mission then shifts to a second-person view in which the Terran Legate and his allies are being transported by special mass-transport quakes to the power core of the Thing. The Terran Legate and his allies arrive at the power core, and the core


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