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  1. Lo Wang meets '03 era badger (expect low quality)

    15 April 2018 - 02:09 PM

    Why have I just uploaded this?

    Short description: A low-quality variation of the old "Badger Badger Badger" song/meme from 2003, starring Lo Wang and co.

    Link to video with the Wang: https://youtu.be/85YYVgM3NNg

    Link to a video of the original: https://youtu.be/EIyixC9NsLI
  2. Duke corner

    01 April 2016 - 04:24 AM

    Since the "General Gaming" forum already has a few "corner" discussions, and there seem to be none for Duke (especially not from my side), I think that we should have at least one.

    I'm not even sure what to say, so let's begin with this: Which Duke game? (BTW is it Nukum, Nukem or any other universe?)

    Happy April Fools' Day
  3. YouTube videos embedding

    26 June 2015 - 03:09 AM

    Hi all,

    I'm wondering if there are a few changes that can be made regarding the "embedded YouTube videos" feature:
    - HTTPS appears to be used in YouTube for all videos now. However, I think that the forums don't currently parse HTTPS video links as expected.
    - Can the embed code be changed so, not only the YouTube URLs are prefixed by https (if possible), but the HTML5 player is used, if enabled? Right now it looks like Flash is forced.
    - Finally (that may be more difficult so I consider this optional), be able to parse a bit more complicated URLs, like this one: http://www.youtube.c...d&v=fKvOCNWNZb4

    For reference, I've edited the following page today so the HTML5 player is used if available, and all YouTube links are prefixed by https now: http://ny.duke4.net/video.html
    Not sure it's the right way, but at least it works. Note that YouTube itself offers (HTML5) video embedding using the HTML iframe tag, but I haven't used this since it isn't available in XHTML 1.0 Strict (but this may be a bit off-topic).

    A few tests URLs for reference (currently only the first of them is translated to an embedded video):
    - HTTP link:

    - HTTPS link:

    - Longer HTTP link:
    http://www.youtube.c...d&v=fKvOCNWNZb4

    Thanks for your forums and website!
  4. Keen Dreams ("lost" episode) on Steam Greenlight (in top 20 as of Jan 31 2015)

    31 January 2015 - 10:57 AM

    Hi all,

    Let me give some details for the ones who don't know. Just as a measure of safety, though, I should warn that the guy behind this (commonly identified under various handles like "Javier M. Chavez" and "HardDisk Productions") was found to be a past scammer, offering various source ports illegally and more.

    Nevertheless, as promised in an Indiegogo campaign of him originally launched on May 2014 (https://www.indiegog...eleased-legally), he acquired the publishing rights for Keen Dreams and released sources under GPLv2+: https://github.com/keendreams/keen/

    Following that, he's been trying to get a modern port on Steam, with David Gow (aka sulix) being the coder (originally sulix started his Keen Dreams port as an unofficial port). There is a Steam Greenlight page for the game, and Javier has recently reported it has come to the top 20.



    With my warning in mind, if you want to, you have the chance to vote now: http://steamcommunit...s/?id=315040793
  5. Doom for PC is now 20 years old

    10 December 2013 - 09:59 AM

    ok, now it's a bit surprising for me that nobody has posted about *this* one until now. But then, maybe that's just me.

    Anyway, today, 20 years ago, on December 10, 1993, the first shareware release of Doom available to the public was uploaded.

    An interview with John Carmack on the topic can be found here: http://www.wired.com...n-carmack-doom/

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