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Published on Aug 8, 2016
Showing how to install eduke32 and the addons pack from NightFright along with some gameplay of Castle Dukenstein which I highly recommend you check out as it is a great Wolfenstein 3D mod inside the Build engine.
Now for the information on the text for the .bat file. If you store your eduke folder somewhere else, then you would choose a different drive letter instead of C:\ ie [E:\ or G:\]. It depends on the name of your drive letter and if you named your folder differently than eduke32. So if your drive is the L drive and your folder is called Duke then the command line would be...
If you want to set yours up the same as mine, then you can just copy the text I have below and paste it into your text document to convert to your .bat file.