You are awesome! Once it’s ready, it’s going on it’s own server in my 6 inch rack: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2463154
Cdev - just checking up on you. =)
Still working on the port. I’m adding more than just a renderer so it’s taking some time. Soon.
I finished updating the OpenGL ES port of ioquake3 for the Raspberry Pi. The source code can be found on GitHub (scroll down for the readme file).
So, download code then:
Start with the Compiling and Installation Guide and you should be good to go. The rest of the documentation is in the wiki. If you have any questions or issues, I started a thread in the Raspberry Pi forums. Have fun.