Installation and configuration
- Copy the files DUKE3D.GRP and DUKE.RTS to a directory of your choosing on your hard disk. Under Windows, the GRP file may show up as a "Microsoft Program Group".
- If you have your Duke Nukem 3D or Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition CD, you can find them in your DN3DINST or ATOMINST directory respectively.
- If you bought the game from Good Old Games, these files are in the C:\Program Files\GOG.com\Duke Nukem 3D directory or a similar location.
- If you have bought the Steam version Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition you can find these files in Steam\steamapps\common\Duke Nukem 3D\gameroot\classic
- If you have not purchased the game, the shareware demo is also supported.
- Download EDuke32 and extract it to the folder you created in step 1.
- Optionally, see the HRP site which lists graphical and music update packs, including the High Resolution Pack.
- Run EDuke32! EDuke32 (eduke32.exe) will allow you to play the game, and Mapster32 (mapster32.exe) lets you create custom maps.
- If you have trouble, see Troubleshooting EDuke32.
Configuring EDuke32 via Settings Menus
EDuke32 has several configuration menus full of options which allow you to adjust many aspects of the game to your preference. The following pages will explain the various sub-menus and the settings you will find within them when you select options from the game's main menu.