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I'm Duke Nukem, and I'm coming to document the rest of you unused bastards!

Duke Nukem 3D

Developer: 3D Realms
Publisher: GT Interactive
Released: 1996, DOS

Duke Nukem 3D is a first person shooter and the third game in the Duke Nukem series. With its realistic (for the time) city environments, heavy amount of interaction in levels (inlcuding the ability to blow up a building and levels that let the player blow big holes in them), and unique weapons, Duke Nukem 3D forever changed the world of first person shooters.

The game's files contain a whole lotta unused content. Mini-versions of the other bosses that have one health for some reason, an unused flame trap, an unused earlier design for the Pig Cop Tank, a scrapped eating animation for the Enforcer, and more lurk in the files, awaiting someone to tip them...er, find them. And don't even get started on the version differences the game went through...

There are also several prototypes, one of which contains a lot of material that never appeared in any other prototypes nor pre-release media.

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Lahat ng Mga Napiling Artikulo

Did You Know...

  • ...that several unused bosses exist in Cuphead's data?
  • ...that the Game Boy version of Yoshi's Cookie was once called Hermetica?
  • ...Shang Tsung was meant to have a fatality in the arcade version of Mortal Kombat?
  • ...Kintaro was originally meant to have an intro in Mortal Kombat II like Goro did in Mortal Kombat?
  • ...that Bullet Bills were meant to appear in the Game Boy version of Yoshi?
  • ...that at one point in development, the green background in the 1990 Windows version of Solitaire could be changed to a bitmap image?

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