Mac glDuke 0.10 Released
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After only two days of work, programmer Adam Iser has ported glDuke from the PC to the Macintosh. According to Iser, glDuke was relatively easy to port because "almost all of the PC specific stuff was nicely separated."
glDuke is similar to the Aleph One open-source project, with a group of fans and programmers modifying the source code of a game to add 'modern' features to it. As you might have guessed from the name, glDuke is the open-source version of politically-incorrect shooter Duke Nukem 3D, one of the last of the pseudo-3D shooters. glDuke adds support for hardware OpenGL acceleration and many more tweaks to gameplay.
Download glDuke 0.10 (77 K)
glDuke requires the full version of Duke Nukem 3D. Anyone with questions should read the FAQ and the readme file included with the download.
glDuke Web Site
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