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Tread3D is a PC multi-game editor which allows you to edit various game engines and levels including the Quake series and others. It has been a long time since they have announced that they will port the editor to Mac, and the project has been handed around several times, but now there are definite signs of progress. Here is what the Tread3D team has to say on their web site:
Ok status on the Mac. I've been crunched for time here at Contraband, but the Mac is still alive. PowerPlant is not nearly as automated as MFC. And the documentation on it sucks ass, so GUI development is much slower. As I last left it the core system was up and running, loading/parsing GDF's and everything else it does. Now I'm plowing my way through the mundane task of rewriting the interface. Since Nick and I don't see too many exciting games on the horizon that makes us want to churn support out for them, more or less, my primary focus will be on the Mac port. Mac users seem to whine a whole lot less than Windows people.Tread3D will allow users to edit Quake 2, Quake 3 and even the Action Quake modification.
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