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Here are the downloads for Ya3dag. The downloads are on FilePlanet. You need a login (no fee) at FilePlanet.

Game download

Ya3dag_V1.10_Installer.exe Size of download is 160 MByte.

This is a windows installer for the game Ya3dag.
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Source code download

Ya3dag_Source_V1.10.zip Size of download is 22 MByte.

Step 1
Download the sources.
Step 2
To get access to textures, game script and documentation files from the project, unzip the game data in BaseQ2\Q2T_BaseQ2.pkz and RRGame\Q2T_RRGame.pkz. Rename the .pkz files to .zip and unzip it into ...\Ya3dag\BaseQ2 respectively into ...\Ya3dag\RRGame.
Step 3
Unzip the download into the folder of your Ya3dag game installation.

You will get this subdirectories below the Ya3dag folder:

  • BaseQ2
    From the Ya3dag game installation.
  • RRGame
    From the Ya3dag game installation.
  • RRGameDocs
    From the Ya3dag game installation.
  • Ya3dag_GameTools
    Tools, added from this download.
  • Ya3dag_src
    Program sources, added from this download.

The sources and tools are:

  • Quake2Terrain. This will compile Quake2Terrain.exe (the main program and graphic engine) and Quake2Terrain_gl.dll (the interface to OpenGL).
  • Q2Tgamex86DLL. This is the source code for Q2Tgamex86DLL.dll (the so called 'game .dll'). This program is responsible for the game logic.
  • Qoole99.exe, a bsp model editor (adapated for Ya3dag). Note that all .bsp model are included in the download (the .qle files in ...\Ya3dag\BaseQ2\maps).
  • Ya3dag_qbsp3.exe, a program to convert map files to bsp files.
  • Ya3dag_minizip.exe, a program to create the pkz files (minizip console application).
  • Ya3dag_LanguageExtract.exe, a program to collect the language strings from sources and script files.

Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 was used to compile the above things. The workspaces use only relative path information (hopefully).

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