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  1. In Topic: Duke Nukem 3D Shareware CDs thread

    17 April 2019 - 01:07 PM

    View PostNightFright, on 15 April 2019 - 10:51 PM, said:

    Here are the goodies for anyone who wants to take a look.

    Duke3D v1.0 Shareware CDV Edition (ISO, 12 MB)
    Highres pic of CD cover (JPG, 5.8 MB)

    Regarding the ISO:
    As mentioned, it's best if you use e.g. 7-Zip to unpack the ISO to a place on your disk, mount that folder as drive in DosBox and run start.bat from there. Alternatively, just skip the DOS installer and unzip duke3d.zip in the zip subdir.


    @NightFright Thanks for sharing ISO of youe disk, very interesting find. Esspecially CD Cover with those press release screens maeks things even morei nteresting. What aattracted most attenttion to me are those screenshots with Space SUit used in udnerwater area in Toxic Dump and and altenrative starting area of Toxic Dump with 4 switched rathen than 3 and on different side of wall, very interesting. Aslo the other screenshots contains E2 and E3 registered levels that were present only in older versions of game that are not released to us. Old versions of Duke are lime ystery, they jsut keep showing new stuff we enver found out using the registered or atomic version. Really interesting again. Thanks for sharing!

    Also even if it's bit off-topic i wouldn't mind if you share other discs with other games you mentioned to have. Thank you!
  2. In Topic: Duke 3D Voxel Pack

    09 April 2019 - 11:07 AM

    Well I do understand point of the project, but as alternative thing, it would be nice to have kind of 8bit HRP based on voxels as well. Just saying. Anyway guys, good luck with project. I think i can't offer any help, as i don't know anything about moddeling, neither in voxel neither in md2, md3 format, etc.. I even suck at drawing 2D stuff, to be honest.
  3. In Topic: Duke Nukem 3D Shareware CDs thread

    09 April 2019 - 11:03 AM

    Yes i also remember messing around with Duke Nukem 3D Shareware CD installer, as i edited some .INI file or something similar, to provide more games in installation menu, and their respective screenshot. I think i ocne put some old version of Doom (either v1.0 or v1.1) in this fancy installer along with Duke3D and TV. Of course to all of this i had to copy contents from CD to Hard Drive, in order to modifiy stuff i mentioned above, just for fun, of course. This way i can also implment registered version of Duke3D as well.
  4. In Topic: Duke 3D Voxel Pack

    09 April 2019 - 06:55 AM

    View PostJmoc, on 09 April 2019 - 06:47 AM, said:

    I think you are referring to something like this:
    Duke3D Voxel Pack (BETA)

    which, however, features voxels ripped from 3D models. I agree with all the people above that the ultimate goal of voxels is to be as faithful as possible to the original sprites. The HRP project already covers the "modern" 3D look.


    Yes that's the thing i am talking about. I still prefer having mosnters in voxel format as well, rathan than just items. I thought this project ging to be some kind of 8-bit HRP which would be cool as if happens for someone to use old computers (like i do) he could play HRP in 8-bit without a need to have 3D supportive card, which of course do, but i said just for an example why 8-bit HRP proejct would be useful.
  5. In Topic: Duke Nukem 3D Shareware CDs thread

    09 April 2019 - 06:15 AM

    View PostRadar, on 30 March 2019 - 07:20 AM, said:

    I first played Duke3D when I loaded it off a dollar-store CD with 101 shareware games. It was called "Globalstar Software 101 Games" or something like that. It even had a demo for the old unreleased build engine game called Fate. Most of the CD sucked but it was worth my very first introduction to Duke. The only time I had ever heard about Duke before was when a friend who had played Duke Nukem 1 mentioned the name.




    Interesting. i only got orignal 3D Realms Duke Nukem 3D Shareware CD that contains Duke3D v1.1 shareware and Terminal Velocity v1.2 shareware, they both can be chosen in some blue colored fancy installer, which CD of Duke Nukem 3D complete registered version lacked for some reason, and instead it had basic DOS setup-like interface rather than fnacy one used in Shareware CD.

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