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Dave Gnukem to run in Windows online over Linux online


DESCRIPTION:

Dave Gnukem is a retro-style 2D scrolling platform shooter. It is inspired by and similar to Duke Nukem 1, a famous 1991 classic. It currently runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, OpenPandora and MorphOS. It's not a clone or remake; it's rather more like a parody.

[News 3 Apr 2018] Version 1.0 is out!

As of 8 Oct 2016, this project is active again, and has a source repo: https://github.com/davidjoffe/dave_gnukem

Development LiveStream: https://www.liveedu.tv/david_joffe/l98yv-dave-gnukem-side-scrolling-shooter/
http://twitch.tv/david_joffe

Level Editor How-to Video: https://youtu.be/xiznDqg2BHg

What reviewers are saying: "Worth the price you paid for it" "Not the worst game I've ever seen"

AWARDS: Won the arin_j "i think your a good programer award", 6 Jan 2018 live-stream; "FIVE STARS amazing programer at work" - https://www.liveedu.tv/david_joffe/R8JV2-miscellaneous/4zxMn-miscellaneous-49/

Features

  • Now with less crashes
  • Game taking forever to complete, like Duke Nukem Forever
  • Shootable bananas
  • Integrated level editor
  • Subliminal messages
  • Clever pun in game title
  • Evil SuperTux
  • SystemD integration
  • Big rockets
  • Something that sort of resembles a cannon on wheels
  • Arcane command-line parameters nobody will use
  • Cutting edge lighting effects you'd expect from 1990
  • More or less family friendly
  • Teleporters
  • Nostalgic references to technology nobody uses anymore
  • A surprisingly bearable 18 frames per second
  • Red balloons
  • Overweight hero to represent rise in obesity rates since original 1991 release
  • Fans that blow you (no not what you're thinking, you dirty mind)
  • Detects and corrects wrongthink
  • Software doesn't spy on you
  • Now with extra-retro simulated EGA/CGA, you'll feel like you're in the 90s again or your money back
  • Bugs older than your children
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Doors
  • Much much more!


Audience

End Users/Desktop


User interface

X Window System (X11), Win32 (MS Windows)


Programming Language

C++



This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/gnukem/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.