EDuke allows greater flexibility and control for the large community of users making Total Conversions (TCs). If you want to make a TC, or want to run a TC that used EDuke, then please download it.
EDuke for modern platforms can be found here.
EDuke 2.1 has been released as-is under GPL You can download it here.
EDuke 2.0 has been released. You can download it here. If you don't know what EDuke is, read this.
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Important sources of information
|Features Database||Please read this first if you are asking about a feature, or have an idea for a feature.|
|E Duke Forum||Go here for questions|
|EDuke for modern platforms||EDuke32 is a friendly fork of JFDuke3D, merging it with EDuke(Enhanced Duke Nukem 3D) to provide a multitude of features for mod authors not found in the original game.|
|RTCM EDuke Source Code Development Center||Where the ongoing development of EDuke is happening|
|EDuke Con Guide||A good introduction the the new (complex) commands introduced in EDuke|
|EDuke FAQ||Duke RTCM Faq on EDuke|