The game that came between Blake Stone and Duke 3D. Pushing the Wolfenstien 3D code base to the limits and with some early Doom code came this last Arcade FPS. the game includes a early multiplayer mode that contains a lot of the same features that the build team implemented.
Comments:shareware download requires dosbox to run.
Duke Nukem then! Older than you think, but still kicking alien arse, perhaps even on your Netbook. NBG user Jeffrey Piatt offers us a littel retrospective on Nukem’s genesis. There`s more of ‘em than you think….
More free games from Secret! I’m not so good at it…after all, I’ve only been playing for like 1 hour. It’s pretty fun, has a lot of weapons, and you can customize your character. Registering is optional but can give you several more new features like friend list, etc. You control a character that has the shape of a ball, called a babo. That’s pretty much all there is to it. Lots of blood. There’s capture the flag, babomatch (deathmatch), and team babomatch. Give it a try, it’s not bad, but so far, I’m not a pro yet
Secret has found this little free game called "Within a Deep Forest", why not download it and check it out for yourself?
Runs great on a netbook or laptop. Not really great replay value, but awesome on the first go. If you’re really good, you can beat it in a few hours. Can be frustrating at points, but it’s overall a really fun game. You control a bouncy ball, a failed expreiment by an evil scientist. The scientist plans to detonate a bomb that would destroy the world. It’s up to you to stop him.
Download:http://nifflas.ni2.se/content/WithinDeepForest/Within Deep Forest.zip
More from Jeffrey Piatt…
Both are Apogee’s only edutainment titles and are one of the last of the old style of educational titles. put out in 1992 and built with the same engine that powered the Duke Nukem games. The plot centers around the Gruzzles witch steal either all of the numbers or words. In Word Rescue you match words to pictures by jumping over rectangles along the level witch plays like any other platformer to exit each level you must correctly match all words to complete the key to the exit. the game keeps a non violent feel by having you slime the guzzles making them go away instead of killing them. Math Rescue plays much the same way you have to collect numbers and solve math problems to exit the level. Both allow you to play either as a boy or girl. both also split episodes in classic apogee fashion as separate exe files. The low system requirements make it a excellent game to install on to an older computer to give to a young child. Apogee sells both as download-able games bundled with dosbox