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Hi All

Sorry to post about this, but I cannot find an answer (ok yes it's prob a user error - i.e. Me!!!)

Downloaded Duke 3D Atomic Edition from GoG. For MAC. Downloaded EDuke32 for MAC. Cannot find the DUKE3D.GRP file anywhere. I've looked under the GoG downloaded Duke 3D app (viewing all associated files) and cannot find any *.grp files. Please can somebody spell this out to me? I'd really appreciate it and apologies in advance for my gormless post!!!!!
Sort by file size. If it's like the DOS version it should be by far the largest file in the main Duke Nukem 3D directory.
The DOS file is 42 MB.
Open Finder, open the Go menu, choose Go To Folder, then go to this location:

/Applications/Duke Nukem 3D.app/Contents/Resources/Duke Nukem 3D.boxer/C.harddisk/

That will take you directly to the folder containing DUKE3D.GRP. Other GOG DOS games store files in a similar way.
Thanks - it's much appreciated.
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Arkose: Open Finder, open the Go menu, choose Go To Folder, then go to this location:

/Applications/Duke Nukem 3D.app/Contents/Resources/Duke Nukem 3D.boxer/C.harddisk/

That will take you directly to the folder containing DUKE3D.GRP. Other GOG DOS games store files in a similar way.
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life_banal: Hi All

Sorry to post about this, but I cannot find an answer (ok yes it's prob a user error - i.e. Me!!!)

Downloaded Duke 3D Atomic Edition from GoG. For MAC. Downloaded EDuke32 for MAC. Cannot find the DUKE3D.GRP file anywhere. I've looked under the GoG downloaded Duke 3D app (viewing all associated files) and cannot find any *.grp files. Please can somebody spell this out to me? I'd really appreciate it and apologies in advance for my gormless post!!!!!
To find Eduke32 on the web, go to: http://eduke32.com/ and click on the icon representing your
operating system (Windows, Linux-Ubuntu, Linux-Debian, Mac).

To utilize modern “WASD” controls, follow these steps:

1. Go to Program Files (x86).
2. Open Duke Nukem 3D folder.
3. Inside Duke Nukem 3D folder, copy Eduke folder.
4. Right click “EDuke32” application.
5. Left click “send to desktop” or “pin to start menu” or “pin to task bar”.
6. Close all folders.
7. Launch Eduke32 from wherever you sent the application.

Now, Duke Nukem 3D should default with modern “WASD” key bindings and mouse look.
Post edited February 22, 2014 by nate1222