Tuesday, August 25, 2009

eduke32 (Duke Nukem 3d) for Dingux

eduke32 (duke3d) for dingoo linux

Postby zear on Mon Aug 24, 2009 2:28 pm

Duke Nukem 3D
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NAM
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Actual Dingoo eduke32 gameplay screenshots
Eduke32 is an enchanced port of Duke Nukem 3D engine.
Features:
* Hundreds of new features that make the player's life easier
* An incredible number of new extensions to the game's CON scripting system, allowing gameplay changes that rival even modern games
* It's the only actively developed and maintained Duke3D port
* Compatible with mods for EDuke 2.0, the original extension to Duke3D's editing capabilities
* Hundreds of optimizations and fixes for rare and annoying bugs in the original code
* It supports Ogg Vorbis for sound effects and music
* It supports user maps that are larger and more complex than ever before, both in terms of wall/sector/sprite counts and how much of the map can be rendered at once
* It's developed by people who have been in the Duke3D scene since day one, way back in 1996
* It lets you play that game called 'NAM' you saw at the dollar store
* It makes sandwiches
Download: file archive mirror
Installation:
1) Copy the eduke32 directory somewhere on your filesystem
2) Put the duke3d.grp file from your original datafiles in the same directory
3) Place eduke32.cfg config file in the ~/.eduke32 directory
4) Run ./eduke32 executable
Controls:
D-PAD - movement
A - shoot
B - strafe
X - use/run
Y - jump
L - crouch/cycle items
R - cycle weapons
START - use item
SELECT - game menu
All the controls are custimozable in the menu
Bugs:
* The first eduke32 launch after dingux reboot will always result in a crash. Simply run the game again.
* When the music is enabled, there is a chance the game will freeze on the map loading screen.
Disable music in the game menu to prevent that from happening.
Credits:
I'd like to thank the following people:
* Plagman - for help with debugging the eduke32 source
* mth - for writing the 16bpp video conversion for Dingoo
* people from #eduke32 on freenode - for many hints and general help

8 comments :

  1. screen size is tooo big... cfg says 320x240 any suggestions ?

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  2. checked log it set res to 1024x768 anyway to change this ?

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  3. to solve your problem guys, you must copy the eduke32.cfg file to local/home/eduke32 directory (if you dont have it, create it)

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  4. Hey , i made a video of Quake 1

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcdPVqByoZs&feature=channel_page

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  5. i d'ond understand nothing why just do not make a full and complete pack of a last version of local.zip on a torrent so all the dingoo users can download and this is over with all the problem i really not a user of linux like most of the users so i really do not understand the terms and values like '' ~/.eduke32 '', please i and alot of users need help from you who know the settings for dingux if you really want to support the dingoo comunity!!maybe i'm stupid but i speack in the name of many!!!!

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  6. I'm getting the "floating point error" on the latest rootfs. Any suggestions?

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  7. Yes Sir, that´s right... I am one of those who have problems with runnings these oldies...

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