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Duke Nukem II

DOS - 1993

Alt names Duke Nukum II, Duke Nukem 2: Escape from Alien Abductors!
Year 1993
Platform DOS
Released in United States, Worldwide
Genre Action
Theme Platform, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter
Publisher Apogee Software, Ltd.
Developer Apogee Software, Ltd.
Perspectives 2D scrolling, Side view
Dosbox support Fully supported on current version
4.51 / 5 - 126 votes

Description of Duke Nukem II

1993, the year Duke Nukem II was released on DOS. Made by Apogee Software, Ltd. and published by Apogee Software, Ltd., this action game is available for free on this page.

Can be bought online at 3D Realms.

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Comments and reviews

BurgBoogBoi 2021-03-19 0 point

there is no application file.

WolfHawk 2021-01-15 1 point

I STILL play this game occasionally! Nothing like it for blowing off steam!

MagicPro1292 2020-12-31 0 point

I have a copy of Duke Nukem 2. It is only the shareware version. I tried running it on a old xp computer and it worked. Really fun.

Wolfe 2020-08-23 2 points

You can no longer buy this game online due to gearbox being greedy bastards.

Can anyone find the 3dRealms updated version before gearbox nuked it?

RDR.EXE 2020-08-03 2 points

This should be put back here since it is, sadly yet again in abandonware hell. Same with the first Duke Nukem, Duke Manhattan, and the Duke 3D expansions. The latter of which Im really glad you guys have since there are probably alot of people out there who didn't get to grab the megaton edition in time.

GreenSonic 2018-12-21 4 points


Bilgerat984 2018-12-13 1 point

I can't buy this one. In fact, when you follow the link ALL of the Duke Nukem series is listed as, "Unavailable". Please make the original program available here again. Thanks.

TheSupportsman 2018-05-13 -1 point

As for me, that game is much better than the 1st part of Duke adventures.

Space Man 100789 2018-01-04 -1 point

This game is awesome great gameplay great graphics and great music and it has a reference to terminator i'm back. This game is awesome

Tron 2015-10-31 -2 points

The game that made my childhood...along with heretic2. Too bad the latter isn't abandonware, I suppose. Or is it available? If so, pls tell me. (Direct request to admin)

uletus 2015-10-17 -3 points

Duke used to rock the duck 'n roll,-
Nuke 'em all till we can't Coca-Cola,-
Beer buzz atomic.

TomyYoung 2015-02-20 -1 point DOS version

Senus: yes thanks for duke 2 test dos boy

Almaniac2 2015-01-27 -1 point DOS version

Duke Nukem 3D was still technically better, but Duke Nukem 2 is still great, and better in its own personal ways.

xXdukeXx 2014-07-27 -1 point DOS version


AnonMon 2014-07-18 0 point DOS version

i rember when i was a kid, I had an Apogee's Greatest Games disk, and this and Duke Nukem 1 and 3 were on it as well as a few other games, and now ive only found this one and 1 on this site, so i hope 3 is here soon

Oberain 2014-02-28 1 point DOS version

No...No it really wasn't.

Omegalore 2013-10-24 1 point DOS version

OH THANK YOU! I've been searching everywhere for this!

Generals 2013-08-18 1 point DOS version

Duke nukem can beat them all, go or it ;-)
Thx to this website and super thx ;-)
Keep it up

diehard007 2013-04-17 1 point DOS version

the good old dos days were just good. we had 2d scrollers which were a craze at that time. then came simulated 3d which were entirely different. us kids got the immersion effect when playing. both were good in their own way. neither of these is "better" as some have said.

these days we've true 3d in ps3. now wouldn't that beat the duke3d which is simulated? nah! true 3d in ps3 is in fact semi-participative. we've force feedback joysticks and wheels in ps3 which have take the game to an entirely new level. but as i said, neither of these is worth appreciating if the good old dos 2d games didn't exist. each one stands on its own merit.

we need to cheer up the hardworking coders who gave their life into making these games for us. so thumbs up guys, because without you program writers, we wouldn't be here enjoying our *sses off!

Leitbild 2013-02-13 0 point DOS version

This was a great platformer, one of the best I ever played!

I never played the prequel, I got it but just keeped on hanging up on this one... Great graphics and sounds, great action and solid fast gameplay! All you need from a platformer from that period!

I later was very astounded of the fact, that this game is just made out of 16 color, while looking like 256c! Believe me, it's true, even if the game doesn't look like that... ;)

Carlsgro 2013-01-08 0 point DOS version

Duke Nukem 3D was better

Danny 2012-10-07 0 point DOS version

YES! Thanks!

admin 2012-09-24 0 point DOS version

Ok, try it now plz ? and tell us ;)

Nicole 2012-09-22 0 point DOS version

You get through the first level and then you get a file corrupt or missing error. Too bed this was a really great game from my childhood.

Danny 2012-07-27 0 point DOS version

after the first level i get the File modified error. =[

Anal fister 2012-07-01 0 point DOS version

Duke Nukem 3D trumps all of that

paperdain 2012-05-24 0 point DOS version

Haven't played this yet, but I loved Duke Nukem, so I'll give it a try.

iUser 2012-02-15 0 point DOS version

Sigh one symbol didn't printed
I meant DN 2 i BETTER than DNF
That's all for explain

iUser 2012-02-15 0 point DOS version

I won't change my mind

jimjam 2011-07-08 0 point DOS version


back in the day 2011-01-28 0 point DOS version

this game still rocks

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