With a game like, spanning over a decade of time, there are more than a few significant moments that are important to the history of the title. Here are a few of those memories that were caught on camera.
This picture shows id’s Todd Hollenshead presenting 3D Realms’ George Broussard and Scott Miller with the Quake II source code and was taken moments after they received the disc.
This photo was taken in 2009 on 3D Realms’ last day open.
SITTING/KNEELING L-R: Chris Cummings, Randy Forsyth, David Riegel, Pat Jones, Pete Knepley, Jay Brushwood, Dave Ratti, George Broussard, Allen Blum, Chris DeSimone, Brian Hook, Quinn DelHoyo, Scott MacLean, Rob “MacGuvyer” Faison, Andrew “Sonic” Kerschner, Bryan Turner, Steve Blackburn, Kaiser the dog.
STANDING L-R: Brian Lawson, John Pollard, James Houska, Andrew Baker, Eric Von Rothkirch, Chris Skelton, Mark Skelton, Gary Buchanan, Kevin Green, Joe Siegler, Rick Huenick, Chris Smith, Ben “Too Happy” Eoff, Trammell “T-ray” Isaac, David Carter, Bryan Brewer, Layne Johnson, Brad Jacobs, John Anderson.
After 3D Realms shut down internal development, Triptych Games was formed and resumed work on the project inside founder David Riegel’s house. For a time, the team’s days (and nights) were spent in these rooms, finishing the game you guys will be able to play in just a few short weeks.
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