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The '''''pak0.pak''''' file that comes with Quake is required by all Quake [[engines]]. It contains the maps, models, programs, sounds, and skins required to play Quake Episode 1, ''Dimension of the Doomed''. It is expected to be in the ID1 subfolder of the Quake root folder.
 
The '''''pak0.pak''''' file that comes with Quake is required by all Quake [[engines]]. It contains the maps, models, programs, sounds, and skins required to play Quake Episode 1, ''Dimension of the Doomed''. It is expected to be in the ID1 subfolder of the Quake root folder.
  
[[.pak|PAK file]]s are typically named ''pak0.pak'', ''pak1.pak'', ''pak2.pak'', and so on. Quake mission packs and other Quake-based games often have their own ''pak0.pak'' files, which live in a different folder, not the ID1 folder.
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[[PAK file]]s are typically named ''pak0.pak'', ''pak1.pak'', ''pak2.pak'', and so on. Quake mission packs and other Quake-based games often have their own ''pak0.pak'' files, which live in a different folder, not the ID1 folder.
  
 
The ID1 ''pak0.pak'' is distributed with both the shareware and the registered/commercial editions of Quake.
 
The ID1 ''pak0.pak'' is distributed with both the shareware and the registered/commercial editions of Quake.

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