Duke Nukem 3D High-Resolution-Project - 2007 PC repack
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Remember "Duke Nukem 3D", the great first-person shooter 3D Realms released back in
1996? Its cool protagonist, ingame atmosphere, original weaponry and many other
features make it worth playing even today.
For all Duke fans who want to play the game again in a modern Windows environment
with 3D accelerated graphics, the Duke3D community has created the High Resolution
Pack (HRP). Utilizing the amazing skills of various texturing and modelling artists,
the project´s goal is to replace all textures and sprites with high-res versions,
optimizing it for latest OpenGL ports.
All you need is the "duke3d.grp" file from your original Duke3D v1.3d or
Atomic (v1.5) CD-ROM. You can also play with the shareware version available
over at http://www.3drealms.com/downloads.html .
Here's what the Duke3D HRP has to offer:
- Jonathon "JonoF" Fowler's JFDuke3D port of Duke Nukem 3D and/or EDuke32 (by
TerminX and Plagman). Which one is included depends on how well they support
the current HRP version.
For more info about these ports, check out JonoF's JFDuke3D and the EDuke32 site.
- 32-bit high resolution textures with 4 times the detail of the original textures.
- Models instead of the old sprites.
While the HRP is still "work in progress" and missing quite a few textures and
models, you can check the Duke Nukem 3D source code forums for additional content
or even better contributing something of your own.
The community's goal is to issue a new HRP version at least once a year or anytime
JonoF comes up with a new milestone of the JFDuke3D port. For the impatient ones,
NightFright is offering an update pack every one or two months, integrating latest
forum contributions and fixes into the HRP. You can find these updates over at