3D Realms Anthology is 32 Games of Retro Badassery

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Now here’s a total blast from the past to blow your mind on a Friday evening. 3D Realms is back in business, and to celebrate the studio re-launch an amazing bundle of 32 3D Realms and Apogee gaming classics has been released.

While sadly the 3D Realms Anthology is only available as a digital download and does not come in the tauntingly glorious faux box packaging pictured above, this bundle of retro gaming awesomeness does feature a unified game launcher, DRM-free support for modern Windows PCs, partial controller support, and a remastered soundtrack. In fact, the new soundtrack, titled 3D Realms Re-Rockestrated, comes included featuring 9 tracks re-composed by Interceptor Entertainment’s Andrew Hulshult.

The Anthology comes with every 3D Realms game except for Max Payne and Prey (the full list is pasted in below). Those two may be missing, but all your old favorites like Duke Nukem, Wolfenstein 3D, Shadow Warrior, Rise of the Triad and Commander Keen are back with a vengeance.

For an extremely limited time, all 32 games can be yours for just $19.99. After 48 hours (which began counting down yesterday), the price will rise to $39.99. Jump on this deal pronto!

•Arctic Adventure
•Bio Menace
•Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold
•Commander Keen: Goodbye Galaxy
•Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons
•Math Rescue
•Monster Bash
•Mystic Towers
•Paganitzu
•Monuments of Mars
•Cosmo’s Cosmic Adventure
•Crystal Caves
•Death Rally
•Alien Carnage
•Hocus Pocus
•Major Stryker
•Blake Stone: Planet Strike
•Realms of Chaos
•Pharaoh’s Tomb
•Word Rescue
•Secret Agent
•Raptor: Call of the Shadows
•Terminal Velocity
•Wacky Wheels
•Stargunner
•Shadow Warrior
•Wolfenstein 3D
•Rise of the Triad: Dark War
•Duke Nukem
•Duke Nukem 2
•Duke Nukem 3D
•Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project

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