Duke Nukem is the explosive debut of the known universe's greatest high-flying, wise-cracking, alien-punching, babe-saving, gun-toting badass. A man who would eventually go on to become a one of a kind gaming action hero that would soon combine ass-kicking and bubblegum-chewing in a completely revolutionary way. Duke begins here.
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Data de lançamento: 1/jul/1991
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Duke Nukem is the explosive debut of the known universe's greatest high-flying, wise-cracking, alien-punching, babe-saving, gun-toting badass. A man who would eventually go on to become a one of a kind gaming action hero that would soon combine ass-kicking and bubblegum-chewing in a completely revolutionary way. Duke begins here.

In a world ravaged by Dr. Proton’s villainous ambitions, the original video game action hero must rise against the evil scientist’s army of sinister Techbots. And although Duke isn’t exactly what the Doctor ordered, he’s exactly what the world needed.

Key Features:

  • Back with the Boot: Delve into Duke’s debut in this re-release of the 1991 classic 2D sidescroller, adapted to run on modern computers.
  • So Old, It’s New Again: Animated characters, huge levels, four-way scrolling levels and blockbuster cinematics make for a 1991 experience that was so ahead of its time, it’s like playing a game made in 1994.
  • The Atomic Pistol: With collectible upgrades, the unstoppable Atomic Pistol is the only gun Duke will ever need.
  • Bring Backup: Unlimited continues, built-in hints, cheat mode and more ensures that Duke has what it takes to get the job done.
  • The King of Action: Drinks soda. Eats turkey. It’s Duke Nukem, baby!

Requisitos de sistema

PC
Mac
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:1.8 GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Direct X Compatible GPU
    • Hard Drive:7 MB HD space
    • Sound:All sound is PC speaker
    • Additional:If you can't run this game, you might need to upgrade your Atomic Toaster
    Minimum:
    • OS:OSX 10.6.8 or later
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo 2GHz+
    • Memory:1 MB RAM
    • Graphics:64MB Video memory
    • Hard Drive:7 MB HD space
    • Sound:All sound is PC Speaker
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32 de 32 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
10.2 hrs registradas
This game isn't much to look at, but in terms of game play it is solid.

Duke Nukem begins life here with this 1991 action platformer. It was originally released under an old-fashioned concept called Shareware. For games the concept was pretty good; Apogee would release the first episode absolutely free, no obligation. After playing it you could order the game and get all three episodes. Believe it or not the original DOOM was marketed this way too.

The experience of playing through 30 levels of Duke Nukem is a good one. As you can see from all the screen shots on the store page, the player has a health gauge so you won't die from touching the wrong thing only once. The challenge is decent because you can't quick save, you have to do the whole level in one go; saving is only possible between levels. The levels can be long and a bit confusing, but since there are so many goodies hidden all over it really isn't a bother to go exploring if you're lost. At the end of every level it is possible to score up to 7 bonuses. Some examples are: 1) shooting all the cameras in the level, 2) finishing the level without taking damage, and/or 3) picking up the letters D,U,K,E in the correct order. This makes for additional game play challenges if one is so inclined.

The only real problem with this game is that it was originally created for MS-DOS, so Interceptor packaged the game with DOSBox. GOG has been doing this successfully for many years, so it isn't really a problem, but you do have to be prepared for a truly old-school game; no mouse, no joypad, crude sound.

At a time when so many are trying to develop appealing retro-style games, here is a solid game from the era they are trying to capture. I can recommend it based on the fun factor alone.
Publicada: 28 de agosto
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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it is old and it is AWESOME.!

An arcade game it plays fast and smooth,
getting challenging after time but still fair,
after time you must react faster and must know the levels (need more trys not just a run through)
and you get points for everything, for get health items, weapon items, key items, for getting hit by an pink rabbit robot.

i first play it since steam release, but i can say i love it.!
Publicada: 23 de setembro
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The good: Responsive as ever, classic and good fun
The bad:
It's the original Duke Nukem, play it and enjoy a gaming classic.
Publicada: 30 de agosto
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The primitive sounds, the effects, the vivid colors... It made me feel like I was playing on my grandpa's PC again. The moments when I shoot one extra ray of my gun and blow THAT extra soda can I needed to survive the next wave of enemies... all coming back to me. I feel... happy :D Now, talking specifically of the game, it's a very simple to understand kind of plataformer. Classic. If you like the genre you'll have an awesome time playing it.
Publicada: 15 de setembro
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Despite being the first game in the series. This game has a lot of problems especially compared to games following it. A handful of sound effects are okay. After the first episode you would think they add new enemies but no. They reused the same boss fight Dr. Proton twice. Some of these levels can take a while to figure out what to do. Most enemies are very linear & cheap. The story itself was one of the worst for any Duke game. Earth's military loss to Dr. Proton's machine army. What's laughable is the actual machines themselves. I also don't like it feels like the game isn't put together right. Let me explain it will ask you to pick a episode. In most Duke games you can change it with no problem. However here you have to turn the game off. So you better pick an episode you want to play. Some levels were too short & clearly lacked challenge. After getting through Episode 1 you're good. By then you have a good idea how to play the game. In conclusion it is okay still better than Duke: Nuclear Winter. Although I am a fan I honestly can't recommend this. It haven't aged well with many problems. Hell Sonic 1 on Genesis that came out the same year was a much better experience than this.
Publicada: 11 de junho
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