Unreal Tournament is a first-person shooter video game developed by Epic Games and Digital Extremes. The second installment in the Unreal series, it was first published by GT Interactive in 1999 for Microsoft Windows, and later released on the PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast by Infogrames in 2000 and 2001, respectively. Players compete in a series of matches of various types, with the general aim of out-killing opponents. The PC version supports multiplayer online or over a local area network. Free expansion packs were released, some of which were bundled with a 2000 re-release: Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition.
Powered by the Unreal Engine and initially developed as an expansion for Unreal, Unreal Tournament received critical acclaim, with reviewers praising the graphics, level design and gameplay, although the console ports were noted for having limitations. The design of the game shifted the series' focus to competitive multiplayer action with the releases of sequels Unreal Tournament 2003 in 2002, Unreal Tournament 2004 in 2004, and Unreal Tournament 3 in 2007.
Unreal Tournament 1999 TBP Industries server
This shows how you can join the fun.
Install the game. From there, look for UnrealTournament.ini file within C:\place-you-installed-it-to\Unreal Tournament\System\ directory. And edit the following values to your preferred resolution:
Now you are ready to play. Open the game from the shortcut and press the '~' (tilde) key on your keyboard. A black screen will open for you to type the following:
NOTE: If you have previously installed the game and edited the map file names, be sure to just re-install the game by re-downloading it from the link above or reverse the edits you preformed on the map files.