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Welcome to the PCKF Archive! This site was created in order to preserve selected contents of the predecessors of today's Public Commander Keen Forum.

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In April 2001, VolteFace told about forum games. Ultra Cool BOB suggested a Keen quiz and asked the first question. Several dozen questions (and answers) by other members followed.

KeenEmpire asked "Is there a single universe?" in July 2001, in reference to events depicted in fan-made Keen media and their possible relevance for others.
In December 2002, Too Much Spare Time happily reported that he obtained a "craputer" and is able to play Keen with Soundblaster. Good ol' Keen-O-Matics.
kohntarkosz found French Erotic Film in July 2004. TMST, the one behind the fanimutation, continued the wackiness with a remake to celebrate FEF's first birthday.

In April 2002, Br1ck a.k.a. KeenCommander posted "If Keen or Mortimer were real..." what would you ask them?
A new member named paradox asked "Which fan games have good graphics?" in December 2002. He was working on a Java Keen engine and in search for graphics he could use for it. Slasher posted two Spork III sprite sheets.
In September 2004, Zero Diamond informed the community about a tool called Wolf Data Compiler (WDC), which also supports games other than Wolfenstein 3D, including Keen 46. The author, Adam Biser, joined the discussion, too. In 2007, it was Zero Diamond who released the first (albeit abandoned) Galaxy mod with custom Adlib music and sounds.
Have a good New Year.

Past Updates

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ezboard (April 2000 October/November 2007)
The direct predecessor of the present-day PCKF was part of the ezboard network. In May 2005, ezboard was hacked and thousands of PCKF threads were deleted  the reason why this archive was created in the first place. In late 2007, the community moved to a phpBB-based forum.

Jazz Mega Message Board (November 1999 March/April 2000)
For some months, Keeners were active in a subforum of Jazz2City's JMMB.

InsideTheWeb (1997 November 1999/March 2001)
It started with a fansite and message board run by Geoff Sims. Over time, various other Keen fans also opened their own Keen boards on InsideTheWeb, a service that existed until March 2001. The community moved on in late 1999, but there was still some activity until the site's closure.

More Keen Stuff
Several Keen-related works are available for download here.

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This will contain general information on the PCKF Archive in the future.

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