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Where can I learn on how to mod Duke 3D?

User is offline   Duke-Quakem 

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I'm new to the Duke4 forum and I can't seem to find any tutorials for level editing/coding/anything for Duke 3D.

I want to learn how to do a mod where the healing mechanic is like the one in Manhattan Project where you restore health by killing enemies so help a bro out won't you?
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User is online   Micky C 

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Welcome. If you want to mod Duke, then you'll want to work with EDuke32, a modern source port. You can find the wiki for it here: http://wiki.eduke32....wiki/Main_Page. It has all kinds of information to do with everything from compiling the executable, to making maps, to working with art and code, the latter of which would probably interest you the most.

For level editing specifically, this guide is considered the best, as everything is well-explained an illustrated with pictures: http://infosuite.duke4.net/

Polymer wishlist: Global illumination, SSAO, Bloom, reflective surfaces, adjustable specular (wetness), volumetric lighting.
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User is offline   Anvil 

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View PostDuke-Quakem, on 02 March 2017 - 03:19 PM, said:

I want to learn how to do a mod where the healing mechanic is like the one in Manhattan Project where you restore health by killing enemies so help a bro out won't you?

The Seventh Son TC uses such a healing mechanic.
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