The websites on this page include forums, databases, and other resources devoted to the Duke Nukem games.

This list is organized roughly according to the sites' popularity and usefulness.

Duke4[edit | edit source]

Duke4 is the largest and most active online community of Duke Nukem fans. The forums host daily discussions about everything related to Duke Nukem, including games, modding, mapping, and news about the franchise. Most user maps and mods are first announced in the Duke4 forums before anywhere else on the Internet. It is also a good source for information about the broader Build engine games and their respective communities.

Sister Sites[edit | edit source]

In addition, Duke4 maintains several related websites that feature useful Duke Nukem-related downloads.

Mod DB[edit | edit source]

Mod DB is an online database of mods and total conversions for all kinds of games. Most mods for Duke Nukem 3D are published through this website.

3D Realms Legacy Site[edit | edit source]

3D Realms no longer holds the intellectual property rights to the Duke Nukem franchise, but their legacy site still contains useful resources, including downloads, FAQs, and walkthroughs.[edit | edit source] is the preeminent site for speedruns of most games in the Duke Nukem series. The Duke Nukem 3D leaderboards also feature old speedruns that originally appeared only on Speed Demo Archives.

Discord[edit | edit source]

Several Discord servers are dedicated to discussing Duke Nukem and related topics.[edit | edit source] is dedicated to helping players connect for multiplayer matches ("Dukematch") in Duke Nukem 3D.[edit | edit source] is another dedicated service for connecting players for Duke Nukem 3D multiplayer matches.

Gearbox Software Forum[edit | edit source]

Gearbox Software hosts a dedicated forum for the 20th Anniversary Edition of Duke Nukem 3D.

The Cutting Room Floor[edit | edit source]

The Cutting Room Floor features many in-depth analyses of code from the Duke Nukem games and their leaked prototypes, highlighting numerous features that were scrapped from the final releases.

R.T.C.M.[edit | edit source]

R.T.C.M. is an acronym for "Resources for Total Conversions and Modifications." The site contains a knowledge base of historical information about Duke Nukem 3D and its many add-ons. It also has a list of download links for the Build engine, Duke Nukem 3D's source code, and various source ports.

MobyGames[edit | edit source]

MobyGames is a crowdsourced encyclopedia of video games. They offer lots of useful information about Duke Nukem games, but compared to the Duke Nukem Wiki, their website is much more rigidly focused on merchandise and publications, as opposed to the content inside the games.

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

A few other websites may be of interest to Duke Nukem fans.

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