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The 3D Realms web page; The producer of Duke Nukem games and Shadow Warrior, along with a few other games. Also the distributor of many old Shareware titles. Company bought by Interceptor Entertainment on 2014.
The Interceptor Entertainment web page; Developer of the Rise of The Triad title from 2013, as well as Bombshell. An archive of older 3D Realms web page contents, including news posts and download links to older shareware titles and patches.
Gearbox Software, the video game company responsible for completing the development of Duke Nukem Forever, some time after the hiatus in 3D Realms that started on 2009 . It should be noted that, among the people who founded it, a few worked in 3D Realms before.
The home page of Ken Silverman, the coder of the Build engine used by Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior, as well as the Polymost engine found in the JFDuke3D, JFShadowWarrior, EDuke32, SWP and Duke3dw ports.
Duke Nukem 3D, Duke Nukem Forever - Duke4.net, hosted by Yatta.
The official Duke Nukem 3D: High Resolution Pack homepage, hosted and used by NightFright.
The EDuke32 web page, by TerminX, Plagman, helixhorned and more potentially involved.
JonoF's home page, including his JFDuke3D and JFShadowWarrior ports.
Icculus' home page. The maker of a lot of source ports (seriously), including ports of ROTT (1995) Duke3D (1996) and SW (1997) for Linux. There are other source ports taking advantage of his work, including his Duke3D port.
Rancidmeat's home page. Includes the Duke3d_w32 port, that xDuke is based on.
The xDuke port web page.
ProAsm.com, the home of the maintainer of the Duke3dw and SWP ports.
EDuke32 binaries for Mac OS X, built by rhoenie.
shikadi.net, a site mostly dedicated to DOS games from the 1990s. Includes the following Wikis..
The Commander Keen Wiki, a reference to the Commander Keen games, from general information about them and up to useful information for modders.
The DOS Game Modding Wiki, a reference for potential modders of DOS games (mainly referring to games released in the 1990s).
Commander Genius, aka CloneKeenPlus, a Commander Keen interpreter. Based on earlier work of CloneKeen.
CloneKeen, a clone software of Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons (episodes 1-3). Used as a based for Commander Genius.
David Gow's site, the place of David Gow, also known as sulix (and Multimania). Among other things, he's been involved in the development of several Linux games. wxWidgets - A toolkit which lets programmers write a GUI application for multiple platforms using a single piece of code, with minimal to no platform-specific adjustments required.
VirtualBox - A program which basically lets you run an extra operating system in parallel, by running a virtual machine.
Google: Pac-Man, a special Google version of Pac-Man, originally shown on the main page for celebrating Pac-Man's 30th anniversary back on May 2010.
Wait a bit to start a game with no opening theme. Alternatively, click "Insert Coin" to start with theme. Click "Insert Coin" for a second time to start a 2 players game (using arrows and W,S,A,D keys to control both characters).
Falafel King - You get the job of selling Falafels. Can you be as quick as possible while serving the customers?
NOTE: There are two separated high-scores tables, one for each language.
BBQ Guy, another game from the creators of Falafel King. Be as quick as you can while preparing burgers on the grill and serving them.
Multiplayer Online Bowling.
NOTE: In order to play the game, you need to have the Shockwave plugin installed. Linux users can try the following workaround.
Music Mania - A set of games which do something with music.
EDuke32 @ Facebook.
The Duke4.net forums.
Gearbox Software Community.
The 3D Realms forums.
Public Commander Keen Forums (or shortly PCKF), a place to discuss everything related to Commander Keen, along with the Commander Genius project.
Keen: Modding, a "twin" forum of PCKF. A place to discuss Commander Keen modding.
Using an IRC client, you can connect to IRC servers, join so-called IRC channels, and then chat with other users.
A few clients you can try: Mibbit (an online client), XChat (Official client free on Linux with sources, shareware on Windows; An unofficial Windows build is also available),.
irc://irc.foonetic.net/#pckf - The PCKF chatroom.