Duke Nukem 3D
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|Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition||GOG.com|
The shareware version contains the entire first episode of the game, L.A. Meltdown. There are five regular levels and one secret level.
NOTE: This game uses a DOS installer. For details on how to install a game in DOSBox, please check this tutorial.
Description (by MrFlibble)
Duke Nukem must save the world as we know it once more, this time in 3D. After putting an end to an alien threat in Duke Nukem II, Duke returns to Earth only to find another extraterrestrial invasion underway.
Armed with his wits and an extensive arsenal of weaponry, Duke will travel through various locations both on Earth and in its orbit, and even on the Moon in order to push the alien invaders back.
Cheats (by VGTips.com)
Here are the major in-game cheat codes available for Duke Nukem 3D. Type these codes (the part in bold) in while you're playing the game to activate the cheats:
dncoords: Display your map position
dncornholio or dnkroz: Toggle God mode
dncashman: Press Spacebar to get money
dnclip: Walk through some walls
dndebug: Display debug information
dnending: End episode
dnhyper: Unlimited steroids
dninventory: All weapons, ammo and items
dnitems: Maximum armor, all keys
dnkeys: All keys
dnmonsters: Toggle monsters
dneat: Full health
dnnuk: Full ammo
dnrate: Display frame rate
dnscotty[episode#][level#]: Go to another level
dnshowmap: Display entire map
dnskill[skill level, 0-4]: Change skill level
dnstuff: All weapons, maximum ammo and all keys
dnunlock: Toggle all doors
dnview: 2nd viewpoint
dnweapons: All weapons and ammo
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