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DUMB

DUMB is a 3D game engine, reminiscent of id software's Doom. In fact it is gamefile (.WAD) compatible with Doom, and the related games Doom II and Heretic. It is independant of the Doom source released by Id.

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  •  05 Sep 1998 09:26

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    19 Sep 2005 20:44 happ99

    Re: great
    I am new to Linux, and I am using Ubuntu 5.04 for an x86 system. Sometimes I play games online at Pogo.com . I need Java. I am running Ubuntu on a WinME system. I have Java on Windows, but for some reason I am unable to load it on Ubuntu. Can someone please help me? I have looked for troubleshooting on this issue, but have not found it. Please let me know what I am doing wrong...If I am in the wrong forum, I apologize, please point me in the right direction...

    Thanks,

    Bill...

    > I love the game engine. It is more

    > realistic in movements

    > and has a much much better graphic

    > engine than the original.

    > I would even help to develop a DUMB game

    > but I don't have

    > time because of my own Project.

    > There are still some minor bugs but they

    > are not important.

    > I don't have time to develop it but I do

    > have time to find

    > and report some bugs and I'll do that as

    > I already did report

    > two bugs.

    23 Apr 1999 19:28 jrocho

    great
    I love the game engine. It is more realistic in movements
    and has a much much better graphic engine than the original.
    I would even help to develop a DUMB game but I don't have
    time because of my own Project.
    There are still some minor bugs but they are not important.
    I don't have time to develop it but I do have time to find
    and report some bugs and I'll do that as I already did report
    two bugs.

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