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  1. In Topic: Any Duke related dreams?

    Yesterday, 05:52 PM

    Two nights ago I had a dream where the assets of Duke Nukem: Zero Hour had been released and fans were encouraged to make a first-person port for EDuke32 with its own HRP. When I woke up, I opened Duke4.net and saw this thread.
  2. In Topic: [Release] Zero Hour Resources

    Yesterday, 03:34 AM

    This is an AMAZING coincidence! Just last night I had dreamed that someone had released the DN: ZH assets to make a first-person port for EDuke32 with its own HRP! :o
  3. In Topic: EDuke32 in stereoscopy: a guide

    16 August 2017 - 07:00 AM

    View PostMark., on 16 August 2017 - 03:22 AM, said:

    If this is the shader for use with VR head units you should specify. I thought this might be for use with Nvidia LCD glasses. But looking at some text on the shader page you linked to to mentions side by side rendering. So thats why I'm guessing its not for my 3D glasses setup. :(

    This shader supports the following 3D modes:
    - side by side (this is what I use with my HMD)
    - top and bottom (this is useful for games that only support a 4:3 aspect ratio, if played on a 16:9 display)
    - line interlaced
    - checkerboard 3D
    - anaglyph

    I am not familiar with the nVidia 3D Vision setup. Which modes does it support?
  4. In Topic: EDuke32 in stereoscopy: a guide

    15 August 2017 - 03:49 PM

    Guide to play Duke Nukem 3D with 8 bit color depth:

    1) Download, install and configure DosBox. http://www.dosbox.co...load.php?main=1
    2) Dig out your Duke Nukem 3D CD, or if you don't have it, download the shareware episode ftp://ftp.3drealms.c...re/3dduke13.zip
    3) Launch DosBox
    4) Install the game from within DosBox
    5) Play the game

    Yeah, you don't need EDuke32 for that.
  5. In Topic: EDuke32 in stereoscopy: a guide

    15 August 2017 - 03:25 PM

    View PostHendricks266, on 15 August 2017 - 03:01 PM, said:

    Plagman has retired from the project.

    Oh, I didn't know that. Who is the right person to ask?

    P. S. The EDuke32 home page still lists Plagman as one of the programmers.

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