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Apogee Legacy Pack | £9.30 With Voucher Code | Apogee Store | PC

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Jonathan Lester
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Apogee Legacy Pack, Duke Nukem 3D, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Games deals, PC games, Rise Of The Triad
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Apogee Legacy Pack | £9.30 With Voucher Code | Apogee Store | PC
  • What: Apogee Legacy Pack
  • Where: Apogee Software Store
  • Current Price: ~£9.30 ($14.99)
  • Voucher Code: Father
  • RRP: £12.50

Many of you probably haven't heard of Apogee Software... but I daresay that the very mention of the name makes many of you hark back to classic sprite-based adventures and all-out carnage. To celebrate the launch of their new online store, they've thrown together a Legacy Pack containing Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Rise of the Triad: Dark War, Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, and Blake Stone: Planet Strike. DN3D and Rise Of The Triad are probably worth the price of admission by themselves, to be honest. The Father voucher code will knock an extra $5 off of the RRP until 20th June. Retronauts (those of you who don't already own these games), start your downloading!

Note that they'll try to fleece you for extended download cover. Be ready to download and backup these games as soon as you make the transaction to avoid shelling out an extra $5.99.

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Matthew  Jun. 16, 2011 at 16:41

I was about to ask where Halloween Harry was, but apparently it was developed by an external studio and only published by Apogee.

And it was also released as freeware in 2007. Wheee!

Jonathan Lester  Jun. 16, 2011 at 16:47

Halloween Harry is immense. Forget DNF, where's Harry's next-gen sequel?

Though, thinking about it, maybe we should leave the franchise alone before someone turns it into a gritty FPS focusing on realistic cold-war era combat...

Ben  Jun. 16, 2011 at 17:19

Ludicrous gibs! :)

Ben  Jun. 16, 2011 at 17:20

Ludicrous gibs!

Jonathan Lester  Jun. 16, 2011 at 17:38

Dopefish lives!

Ben  Jun. 16, 2011 at 17:49

Ah. Sorry about the double-post! The website would not display anything after I submitted - I thought it wasn't working so I kept re-submitting. Please feel free to delete one of my duplicated comments. Thanks!

Matt Gardner  Jun. 16, 2011 at 22:55

Never had a Nintendo console as a kid until I saved up and got the N64 (a fault I have since rectified) so was addicted to Wacky Wheels, a massive Mario Kart rip-off for PC...and, incidentally, the first game to feature a Dopefish cameo following Keen 4. If I remember rightly though, Apogee only produced WW. Wish Stargunner was on the list, mind!

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