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JS Games was a modding team that was active from 2000 to early 2011. The team had over a dozen members. The first Duke Nukem 3D total conversion by JS Games, Imagination World, was initially released in January 2002 and was later updated to version 1.1 on March 8th, 2003. Survival, the EDuke32-based planned sequel, went through multiple development cycles; the second version of the TC was released for Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition as a demo on June 19th, 2009. Imagination World 2, an EDuke32-based standalone sequel to the original Imagination World, was released on October 14th, 2010 and was later updated to version 2.1 on January 6th, 2011.

Team members[]

Imagination World

  • James Stanfield (a.k.a. Jblade) – Mapper, programmer, voice acting, artist


  • Geoffrey Van Dijk – Art, mapper
  • William Gee – Mapper
  • Rusty Nails – Mapper
  • James Stanfield – Mod leader, general work, coder, mapper
  • Quakis
  • Sang – Mapper
  • Rob Wijkstra – Musician

Imagination World 2

  • Geoffrey Van Dijk – Beta tester
  • Dan Gaskill (a.k.a. Deeper Thought) – Beta tester
  • William Gee – Mapping support
  • Stephano Lessa – Mapping support
  • John Mason – Voice acting, mapping support
  • Rusty Nails – Beta tester
  • Merlijn Van Oostrum – Mapping support
  • Mikko Sandt – Beta tester
  • James Stanfield – Mod leader, general work, coder, mapper, voice acting
  • Sang – Beta tester
  • TerminX – Eduke32, Mapster32, code help
  • Rob Wijkstra – Beta tester, voice acting, mapping support

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