3D Realms, the developer behind Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior, and Blood, is back, and it’s celebrating its return with a 32 games anthology pack.
The developer shut its doors in 2009, but was acquired earlier this year by Danish investment firm SDN, part-owner and principal investor of game studio Interceptor Entertainment, which developed the Rise of the Triad reboot.
In February, Interceptor Entertainment’s and 3D Realms’ logo appeared on a teaser website for Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, a top-down action role-playing game for PC and PlayStation, but it was taken down after Gearbox, which owns the rights to the Duke Nukem IP, filed suit.
Now that it’s back, 3D Realms says that its first order of business is to launch this 3D Realms Anthology, which you can buy from its website for $40 (though their store seems to be down at the moment). These are the games included in the pack:
Arctic AdventureBio MenaceBlake Stone: Aliens of GoldCommander Keen: Goodbye GalaxyCommander Keen: Invasion of the VorticonsMath RescueMonster BashMystic TowersPaganitzuMonuments of MarsCosmo’s Cosmic AdventureCrystal CavesDeath RallyAlien CarnageHocus PocusMajor StrykerBlake Stone: Planet StrikeRealms of ChaosPharaoh’s TombWord RescueSecret AgentRaptor: Call of the ShadowsTerminal VelocityWacky WheelsStargunnerShadow WarriorWolfenstein 3DRise of the Triad: Dark WarDuke NukemDuke Nukem 2Duke Nukem 3DDuke Nukem: Manhattan Project
Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg.
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