DOS - 1991
Description of Duke Nukem
1991, the year Duke Nukem was released on DOS. Made by Apogee Software, Ltd. and published by PC-SIG, this action game is available for free on this page.
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tritnewvg 2021-02-22 0 point
Sadly, every Duke Nukem game besides 3D is now considered abandonware. So it's pretty much safe to put these downloads back up as I'm sure Gearbox won't be doing anything with these older titles unless they get off their asses and give a shit for a couple of minutes and re-release these.
If anyone is lucky to get the big box copy of DN3D, you can get both DN1 and DN2 bundled in it. That's the only way I own the two legitimately right now.
mg0019 2021-02-04 0 point
I purchased Duke Nukem 1 & 2 from the official site. The problem is, now that they've taken it off their store my download links no longer work to get the game I paid for. After a year with no updates from 3Drealms, I'd say it falls back into the Abandoned category as there's no place to get the files from the official source. Thankfully, I have D2 saved on a drive, but D1 is lost.
Asais10 2020-08-29 4 points
I think this game should be republished here as it's no longer available for sale. It's abandonware, it doesn't have a GOG or Steam page that still exists and on 3D Realms' website it's always listed as unavailable and 3DR don't even own the rights to Duke Nukem/Nukum anymore. It's gearbox, and russia will change presidents and yandere simulator will be finished before they'll do anything with the franchise.
Jug 2020-07-03 0 point
Dang, the original two were just free a couple days ago. Hopefully 3D Realms gets their catalogue together soon. I should've installed when I had the chance lol
Anonymous 2018-11-20 0 point
This page says this is available from the 3DRealms site, but it's listed as unavailable.
Maxsdad 2016-07-12 3 points
My first computer game on my first computer... a 286sx (no math co-processor) with 40m hard drive, 64k ram, 3.5 AND 5.25 floppy drives. But with a blazing fast 1200 baud modem I could FLY on BBS (there WAS no "dial-up internet" at that time). Between Duke, Captain Keen, and Hero's Quest: So You Want to Be a Hero (renamed Quest For Glory), my wife didn't even see me for 3 years.
ENCON+DOS= GAMER 2015-03-09 -1 point DOS version
I REALLY LIKE THIS DUKE NUKE BUT WHERES 3d ? really! i played all duke nukem but one tihng i really played first was this :) ! pls bring back duke nuke 3D it would be awesome! btw thanks for uploading or posting this game!
moshie 2014-04-13 2 points DOS version
man this brings back memories! first game i ever played on my 486dx pc lol
Spez 2013-02-28 0 point DOS version
Ha the only Duke Nukem game I've play is the N64 version. I'll try this out.
paperbrain 2012-05-23 2 points DOS version
I played the shareware version(Episode 1) when it came out. I remember how pissed I was when the boss flew away and told me to catch him in the next episode. well, that's what you get for trying to save 30 bucks. I guess I'll just have to download this to finally get him.
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