Duke Nukem Advance ROM

duke nukem advance rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Duke Nukem Advance is about 2½ Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 5½ Hours to obtain 100% completion.

The player takes on the role of Duke Nukem, an imperious action hero, and fights through 19 levels spread across four locations.

The term "Doom clone" was in fact the common term for first-person shooters until the late 1990s. Among games often counted as Doom clones are those based on the Doom engine, such as Heretic and Hexen (see Games for more). Others include Rise of the Triad, Dark Forces, and Duke Nukem 3D.

You need to download and install Visual Boy Advance and then load the rom.

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Additional Information

Duke Nukem Advance is a video game in the Duke Nukem series, released for the Game Boy Advance. Although it is a first-person shooter and many of the graphics and sounds have been ported from Duke Nukem 3D, the game has an original storyline and levels. Duke Nukem, working for general Graves, is asked to investigate Area 51, after reports indicate the hostile infiltration of an alien species. After getting rid of much of the alien threat there, Duke learns about how the aliens require “environmental regulators” to exist, and follows them to the Temple of Amun in Egypt.

While in Egypt, Duke Nukem discovers a vast collection of alien hybrid creatures in stasis, apparently an army meant to take over the world. A nearby power source detected by general Graves seems to supply their environmental regulators, so Duke is sent to shut it down. Subsequently, he learns that activating an override pump will drain the hibernation tanks, killing the entire alien hybrid army. Nukem also manages to destroy the controller alien overseeing the stasis area, but it turns out that the alien activated a self-destruct sequence just before his death.

Duke manages to narrowly escape the collapsing temple, using one of the alien transporters to get away. Since the Game Boy Advance has a limited number of controls, the game offers four different control setups. These set the buttons for shooting, jumping, strafing, weapon selection and looking up and down. When pausing the game, the player can also view the level’s map. The player can pan around the map, as well as zoom in or out. Some of the level’s secrets can also be discovered simply by looking at the map.

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Duke Nukem Advance

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Release Date

North America: August 12, 2002
Europe: September 20, 2002


First Person Shooter


Torus Games


Game Boy Advance




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