Windows 7 Duke Nukem 3D Atomic

alfred01

Well-Known Member
#1
Hi. If you've played Duke Nukem 3D Atomic then I'm hoping you'll be able to answer a question for me. Is the keyboard configuration for action's like walking changable or is it fixed? For example, can I change from using the arrow keys to go forward and back to pressing the A key to go forward and the Z key to go back? Thank You if you can answer this question for me. I read through the manual but it says nothing about this.

Thanks again, David
 


zirkoni

Honorable Member
#2
How are you running the game? DOS?, DOSBox?, EDuke32?, XDuke?, something else?

The original DOS version has a separate setup program (setup.exe or setmain.exe). There's an option to change the controls.
If you are using a source port like EDuke32 or XDuke, there's an option to change the cotrols in one of the game menus.
 


alfred01

Well-Known Member
#3
I am using DOSBOX and have downloaded the game from GOG.com. Thanks for having a look zirkoni.

David
 


fugno

New Member
#4
I am using DOSBOX and have downloaded the game from GOG.com. Thanks for having a look zirkoni.

David
Yes you can remap your keys in the option menu. You can also download the EDUKE 32 and do away with dosbox.get it here EDuke32 • Duke3D for Windows, Linux and OS X
 


alfred01

Well-Known Member
#5
Yes you can remap your keys in the option menu. You can also download the EDUKE 32 and do away with dosbox.get it here EDuke32 • Duke3D for Windows, Linux and OS X
Thank You fugno. Only problem is that there is no option selection.
 


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zirkoni

Honorable Member
#6
DOS(Box): Setmain.exe -> Controller Setup -> Setup Keyboard
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Eduke32: Start the game -> Options -> Keyboard Setup
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XDuke: Start the game -> Options -> Setup Keyboard
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I recommend you use EDuke32 for single player gaming and XDuke for multiplayer games.
And if you want to play multiplayer games, install YANG and/or Meltdown.

If you use EDuke32 you can also use the high resolution packs:
 


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alfred01

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#7
Thank You both for your help. Much appreciated.

David
 


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