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How does collision detection in quake 1 work ? I''ve checked out the sources and looks like it uses convex hulls for this. Or something like that. And most quake clones basically just copied the original quake source for this. I was hoping that quake used solid leaf bsp trees, guess if i was dissapointed. So how exactly does it work?

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It does use solid-leaf BSPs, just it uses several copies of it. Each copy is for a particular sized box (16x16,32x32,64x64 I think). You just decide which size you need and clip the displacment line against the given tree.

I could be wrong in this, it''s been a while since I read the Q1 source.

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it used to be on id software''s homepage.

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None, they just declare drakness as a new standard.

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Both the Quake1 and the Quake2 engine sources are available under the GPL, and have been for quite some time.

www.quakesrc.org

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