Quake

Quake primarily means an earthquake, a shaking of the earth's surface.


Quake may also refer to:

  • Quake (video game)
    • Quake (series), the subsequent franchise
  • Quake (natural phenomenon), surface shaking on interstellar bodies in general
  • Quake (Transformers), one of several characters in the Transformers universe
  • Quake (film), a television movie
  • Quake Inc., a media company
  • Daisy Johnson, a character in the Marvel universe
  • A ready-to-eat cereal marketed with Quisp

Other articles related to "quake":

List Of Activision Games - Q
... Quake 4 (2005) Win, X360 Quake II (1997) Mac, N64, PS1, Win Quake III Arena (1999) Linux, Mac, Win Quake III Team Arena (2000) Win Quake II Mission Pack Ground ...
Si S 6326 - Performance
... per second in Direct3D benchmarks and simply couldn't play Quake due its lack of OpenGL support ... which finally allowed it to run some OpenGL applications such as GLquake, Quake 2 and GLexcess ... it still crashes in Quake 3 though, due to its incomplete 3D features ...
Smokin' Guns
... The game differs in many aspects from similar games which are based on Quake3 It is not possible to regenerate health ... All damage taken remains until a player finally dies and is revived ...
California Quake
... The California Quake is a women's semi-professional tackle football team based in Los Angeles County, California ... The Quake currently play in the Western Conference, Tier 1 Pacific Southwest Division of the Independent Women's Football League ... The 2008 season brought new ownership to the Quake now owned by Catherine B ...

Famous quotes containing the word quake:

    There are two kinds of timidity—timidity of mind, and timidity of the nerves; physical timidity, and moral timidity. Each is independent of the other. The body may be frightened and quake while the mind remains calm and bold, and vice versë. This is the key to many eccentricities of conduct. When both kinds meet in the same man he will be good for nothing all his life.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    When we of the so-called better classes are scared as men were never scared in history at material ugliness and hardship; when we put off marriage until our house can be artistic, and quake at the thought of having a child without a bank-account and doomed to manual labor, it is time for thinking men to protest against so unmanly and irreligious a state of opinion.
    William James (1842–1910)