Duke Nukem 3D Nostalgia – Twin Fury User Map

28. September 2014 Gaming 0

Back in 1996 an amazing game came out called Duke Nukem 3D. I’m sure most of you have heard of it. It was the game that jump started my creative juices. I had so much fun playing it with my friends via modem and LAN games that I wanted to create levels or user maps. That experience started with a rough and rather horrible looking copy of the family home at the time and then other half-finished maps to varying degrees of quality.

Let’s face it, I never learned how to block-out levels or plan them properly. I just fired up the editor and went to work. But a few years later in 1999 while attending high school I created a map called Twin Fury. This is a 1 vs. 1 map with two opposing castles. Each person spawns in their own castle and can activate RPG turrets. In the middle of the map is a few health pickups and other goodies. I also built a crazy explosion which changes the layout of the map when a special spot is hit with any kind of explosive.

I created a video a few years ago showing the map in-game. I was running JFDuke3D with the High Resolution Pack. Below is the video and download link for the user map for your enjoyment.

One final thing to mention. At the time I created the video I was using the nickname EvilDEAGLE. This name is purely comical and I promise I’m not evil (LOL). Also, the web domain zoomeagle.com still belongs to me as well as the email address shown in the video.


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Daniel Eagle

Currently residing in the Austin area, Daniel Eagle is an avid gamer, writer, technology/science enthusiast, software developer, and educator. He takes great pride in spreading knowledge and helping others.

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