In order to play, you will first need a JDuplicate client. This will allow you to connect to a server and participate in online games.
There are several clients to choose from: test them out and pick the one that better suits your needs. Each client
has its own interface, system requirements and features. You can use any of the following clients to
While most people will just want to download a client, it is also possible grab the most recent
version of the official JDuplicate package
which contains all the software developped by the JDuplicate team: the JDuplicate server,
JDSC, and complete documentation.
JDUPLICATE FILES PAGE ON SOURCEFORGE
|JDSC||488 Kb||JDuplicate Reference client. Fully graphical, intuitive and user friendly. Perfect for starters!
|JDSC Applet||488 Kb||Play straight from your Java-enabled browser!
|JDSCx||1 215 Kb||The Mac version of JDSC features better MacOSX integration than the standard JDSC distribution. Requires MacOSX.||DOWNLOAD|
|Java Runtime||15 321 Kb||The Java Runtime Environment is required by some clients to run properly using Microsoft Windows or Linux||DOWNLOAD|
OFFICIAL JDUPLICATE PACKAGES
|0.5.9||1 476 Kb||DOWNLOAD|
|0.5.9||1 312 Kb||DOWNLOAD|
|For legal reasons, only the ENABLE wordlist is included in the official packages above; other dictionaries and have to be downloaded separately. The official packages require at least a Java Runtime (J2RE) to run, and Java SDK (J2SDK) to compile.|