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'Duke Nukem Manhattan Project' Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on July 2, 2002 @ 12:26 a.m. PDT

3D Realms & Arush have just let us know that they released a 55mb demo for their recently released budget title "Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project". There is also an updated level editor available! Read more for links where to grab these beauties.

The demo includes all 3 huge sections of Episode 1, Rooftop Rebellion, 4 powerful weapons, enemies such as PigCops, FemMechs and HoverMechs, 30 hidden nukes, 3 hot babes waiting to be rescued and one enormous boss fight high over the streets of New York City.

There is also an updated editor you can download (Update patch v1.01 is required and does NOT work for the demo)

The system requirements for the demo are Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium II 350 or faster (recommended P III 500 or faster), 64 MB RAM, DirectX 8.1 compatible 8 MB 2xAGP enabled video accelerator or faster (recommended 32MB video accelerator, DirectX compatible sound card, DirectX 8.1, and 70 MB hard disk space. DNMP also supports joysticks, game controllers and force feedback.

Developed by Sunstorm Interactive, produced by 3D Realms and published by ARUSH Entertainment, DNMP is an action platform shooter with the classic gameplay of Duke Nukem I and II, set in a fully 3D environment that features the visuals and polish of today’s technology. The blood, babes, and bullets--as well as the famous Duke Nukem one-liners--are all there, making it one of the more entertaining games of the Summer.

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