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'''Duke Nukem 3D''' is a first-person shooter developed by 3D Realms and released by GT Interactive Software on January 29, 1996. It is a sequel to the platform games Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II, published by 3D Realms. The story features the protagonist Duke Nukem fighting against an alien race. Along with ''Wolfenstein 3D'' and ''Doom'', Duke Nukem 3D is considered responsible for popularizing first-person shooters.
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'''Doom 0.2''' is the earliest known alpha version of Doom released to testers outside of id Software. It is referred to as a "tech demo" and was released on February 4, 1993, when only two months of work had been done on the game. '''Doom 0.3''' was an alpha version of Doom built by id Software on February 28, 1993. Though apparently never released to id's alpha testers, this build was sent to several industry professionals for comment and review, and as a result it only resurfaced at a much later time compared to the other alphas.
<br/>([[Duke Nukem 3D|read more]])'' ''([[Doom Wiki talk:Featured articles|feature nominations]])''
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Doom v0.2 and v0.3

Doom 0.2 is the earliest known alpha version of Doom released to testers outside of id Software. It is referred to as a "tech demo" and was released on February 4, 1993, when only two months of work had been done on the game. Doom 0.3 was an alpha version of Doom built by id Software on February 28, 1993. Though apparently never released to id's alpha testers, this build was sent to several industry professionals for comment and review, and as a result it only resurfaced at a much later time compared to the other alphas.
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