Saturday, May 10, 2014
Monday, July 1, 2013
Anyway, here are the links you need to get going with duke right now:
duke3d hi res: http://goo.gl/jKqb
eduke32 mp exe http://goo.gl/JtB8I
atomic edition http://goo.gl/EsqZW
Now, Install the hi res version first and put it into a directory you'll remember (preferably not Program Files etc). This will install the game and the shareware version of the game. The atomic edition link I provided is most likely considered warez, although I think it really should be abandonware at this point. If you don't feel comfortable downloading that version, find yourself an atomic edition of duke3d (you're looking for the .grp file that is about 42-44MB.
After all of that (sigh) then you can download the version of eduke32 that I've linked in this post. It offers master/slave and p2p types of connections, but the master slave version works much better. If anyone is interested in some of this old school type of fun please let me know since you have to run these programs all in succession. Also, Doom/Doom2 I'm always open for as well. :D
Monday, January 7, 2013
Sunday, January 15, 2012
The second video is a Quakeworld match at another local lan party with a few of us playing that tekk captured one time. This would probably be about 1998 in terms of time frame and these matches are what it was all about back in the day. I miss games like this and the fun that came along with everyone in game together. Even though we don't require lanning to play games like this nowadays, we sure could use some games *LIKE* Quake1 and Doom instead of the countlesss military fps titles, team based deathmatch and 'upgrades'. Everything gets in the way of deathmatch these days and it really needs to get back to the roots of the genre.