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EDuke32 is a fork of the JFDuke3D port of Duke Nukem 3D (aka Duke3D),
merging it with EDuke to provide many new features for mod authors.
Also included is a map editor (mapster32).

To play the game, you will need the DUKE32.GRP file from either
the Duke Nukem 3D CD-ROM, or from the shareware version of Duke
Nukem 3D. For convenience, the shareware GRP file has been packaged
as eduke32_shareware_data, also available from slackbuilds.org.
See README_game_data.txt

If you want to play the HRP (High Resolution Pack), get the
eduke32_hires_pack package from slackbuilds.org

To hear the in-game music, either use the Music Pack (see
eduke32_hires_pack), or else install a set of MIDI patches (either
freepats or eawpats) from slackbuilds.org. The game looks for
/etc/timidity/timidity.cfg, but timidity doesn't actually have to be
installed.

By default, the Build utilities (kextract kgroup transpal wad2art wad2map)
are built by this script and installed in /usr/games. If you don't want
these, you can set BUILD_UTILS=no in the environment before running the
SlackBuild script.

Note for 64-bit users: Despite the "32" in the name, this software
builds and runs just fine as 64-bit native binaries :)

Maintained by: B. Watson
Approved by: dsomero
Keywords: duke3d,duke nukem 3d,duke3d,fps,opengl,build engine

Homepage:
http://www.eduke32.com/

Source Downloads:
eduke32_src_20090131.zip (cf5eb51de024f28e8b24aae2702d459e)

Download SlackBuild:
eduke32.tar.gz
eduke32.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 13.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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