Psycho Squirrel Jan 6 @ 5:38pm
Custom textures and sounds
Way back when (the heydays of the 486 DX/266) I created about 300 custom textures and replaced many original sounds. I still have my official Duke Level Design Handbook which tells a lot about map building, custom stuff and all but here's the kicker: with this new Steam edition I can't seem to have my textures to appear and my sounds to be played. File structure seems to have changed so I was wondering if anyone knew where to put these custom files so they appear in-game.
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Lunick Jan 6 @ 5:53pm 
Any custom art/sounds can be put in the gameroot folder.
Psycho Squirrel Jan 6 @ 7:39pm 
Back in the days of DOS it meant putting them where the duke3d.exe was located. I've tried that in the root folder of the Steam installation and nothing's happening...
Lunick Jan 6 @ 8:45pm 
Duke Nukem 3D\gameroot

There?
Psycho Squirrel Jan 7 @ 6:15pm 
Still no go. Wish the info would have been included. Or if it's even supported at all.
Lunick Jan 7 @ 9:17pm 
What are the art file names? They should be so etching like TILES014.art etc. I've never had a problem with this and I just double checked that it works for me...
Psycho Squirrel Jan 8 @ 4:35pm 
That's exactly like they are. Although I should mention that I'm trying this on the Megaton Edition, and not the regular vanilla.
pleasenoname3 Jan 11 @ 11:11pm 
Sorry to interrupt, but what version of windows is everyone using?
Lunick Jan 11 @ 11:12pm 
Originally posted by pleasenoname3:
Sorry to interrupt, but what version of windows is everyone using?

What does that have to do with this? You don't even own the game.
pleasenoname3 Jan 11 @ 11:15pm 
I have a 75% coupon
It has a lot to do with it.
Lunick Jan 11 @ 11:18pm 
Kursed Feb 17 @ 8:22pm 
Originally posted by Psycho Squirrel:
That's exactly like they are. Although I should mention that I'm trying this on the Megaton Edition, and not the regular vanilla.
i'm usign some custom art it all works fine for me.
Psycho Squirrel Feb 17 @ 8:24pm 
Ok, where did you put the .art files then?
haha nerds... Feb 18 @ 4:57am 
I've used custom art, I just put the art files in the "Steam\steamapps\common\Duke Nukem 3D\gameroot" folder.
Note that TILES014.ART and TILES015.ART doesn't show up in the original game levels, only in user maps which use them (in case you've forgotten).
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