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Duke Nukem 3D Atomic Edition
Linux Mint 17.3 in DOSBox (gog.com DRM-free release)
Nvidia NVS 3100M (256MB) laptop graphics, with Linux 340.107 driver.
Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is free but has some framerate and audio issues.
Duke Nukem 3D Atomic Edition was released on gog.com some years back, but was pulled from gog's catalog when the license changed hands. The gog.com release includes DOSBox wrappers for running it on Windows (XP-10), Mac OSX, and Linux (.sh installer). If you purchased DN3D prior to its removal it'll still be in your gog.com library to download (no DRM) and install.
Duke Nukem 3D Atomic Edition (Win/Mac/Linux), via GOG.com (DRM-free).
I ran Duke Nukem 3D in 640x480 resolution for its original 1990s aesthetic.
Played on a ThinkPad T410 with Nvidia NVS 3100M (256MB) graphics.
On Windows (XP-10) I run Duke Nukem 3D via eduke32.
On Linux (Mint/Ubuntu/Lite) I run Duke Nukem 3D via the DOSBox emulation which comes with the GOG.com release by default.
GOG.com has removed Duke Nukem 3D from their catalog due to a license change. However, if you already purchased Duke Nukem 3D prior to its removal it'll sill be in your GOG.com library. Also, you can copy the DUKE3D.grp file from the Steam or CD ROM release and run it via DOSBox or eduke32.
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