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After two attempts, Ken Silverman began writing a successor to the popular Build engine while mentoring a smart local kid in 2006. It eventually became BUILD2 and he continued working on it until 2011.

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CPU render with realtime shadows... and it working right now. Just amazing! And you can edit duke nukem levels with your friends, just: build2 duke3d.grp e1l1.map

So how much is it?

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