Downloads for “JFDuke3D port”
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JFDuke3D binaries 20051009 (installer) 794.08 kB
Win32 executables for JFDuke3D (installer package).
|Released: 9th October 2005 File size: 813140 bytes MD5: 15354D71139ED61113B0789E7E8E0606 SHA1: D19F13E017A823317EB512522D4616C5FA18C9A1|
JFDuke3D binaries 20051009 780.44 kB
Win32 executables for JFDuke3D (zip package).
|Released: 9th October 2005 File size: 799172 bytes MD5: 63D88E56B51291E75BBEC76FCDC849FC SHA1: CB86F0F1ED271609787417D6F06385B98AEAAD20|
JFDuke3D source code 20051009 670.82 kB
Source snapshot of JFDuke3D.
|Released: 9th October 2005 File size: 686915 bytes MD5: B67BDCB3DDA1A18B6802E26C6588BF11 SHA1: 7F4EE98DE1D4A4BD1B1DA384D6EF8562DBFAC5A9|
Setup Program Source 20041013 32.76 kB
Setup program source code snapshot.
|Released: 12th October 2004 File size: 33546 bytes MD5: C6BB1F46E6E22BFD4DE15BF276F06124|
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