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Good Old Games Adds 'Blake Stone' and 'Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project'

by Rainier on March 10, 2009 @ 11:58 a.m. PDT

Continuing its classic Apogee titles run Good Old Games has now also added Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold and the highly under appreciated Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, both DRM-free, XP/Vista compatible and only $5.99.

Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold ($5.99)

Take the role of the best British Intelligence agent Wills Stone III on your mission to stop Dr. Goldfire from amassing an army whose sole purpose is to conquer the Earth. Penetrate the six top-secret, highly secured, futuristic installations where the evil doctor is creating his army of creatures. You must hurry before Goldfire unleashes his minions and executes his maniacal plan. Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold is a first-person shooter, created using the Wolfenstein 3D engine, with some improvements - including interactive NPCs and an auto-map feature.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project ($5.99)

The king of action games is back once again. This time he's ridding the streets of NYC of the alien scum and the green slime, GLOPP, saving busty babes from time to time. As he blasts his way across rooftops and gritty subway stations, Duke will make a goo-filled mess in the Big Apple with the help of pipe bombs, machine guns, a rocket luncher and a pulse cannon. Bullets, babes and total mayhem - that's what Duke loves best and that's what you can expect from Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project.

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