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Mirrors the first level from DukENukeM3D. Looks even better than the original. There are many places with hidden elevators, so push and shoot places where in DukENukeM3D you can usualy break or jump up on to. There are lots of funny things you can do to yourself or the monsters in this level so mess around with that. You can also break the glass wherever there is any.

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Walter confetti


A really impressive (for the time) remake of Duke Nukem E1L1, with new graphics, sounds and music. Lots of great detailing where the explosions hole and the sloped ceiling/floors are, lots of new textures (including the dancing girl movie at the cinema!), small sectors elevators where the jumping sections are and lots of clever ideas and trickery to emulate the Duke Nukem 3D feel at best under the vanilla limitations (even if i've got a small VPO at cinema area)...


Great stuff.

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Given the limits of the Doom engine, this is remarkably faithful to the original. It even has a cinema screen with a dancing woman. The designer has replaced the bits where you jump with elevators, and some bits are missed out (the ventilation shaft is perfunctory), but it's very clever. There aren't any earthquake-style effects but I hardly missed them. It has a lot of Duke Nukem textures, although there are no Duke Nukem monsters or weapons.

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Very faithful version of the most famous DN3D level form '96. Quite impressive.

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