Duke Nukem's Penthouse Paradise
The Duke Nukem 3D Penthouse Paradise level chronicles the...
- Category First Person
- Size 2 MB
- Program by Intersphere
Duke Nukem's Penthouse Paradise
The Duke Nukem 3D Penthouse Paradise level chronicles the little talked about R&R period for Duke Nukem between the original Duke Nukem 3D Game and the Duke Nukem 3D
Title: Duke Nukem's Penthouse Paradise
Author: Intersphere Communications, Ltd. and Tyler Matthews
Copyright: GT Interactive Software Corp., Penthouse Magazine, and
Intersphere Communications, Ltd.
Please Note: This map is a GT Interactive Software Corp. and Penthouse
It may not be posted on any other web site without the
expressed written consent of GT Interactive Software Corp.
or Penthouse Magazine. However, this level may be
distributed among individuals for entertainment purposes
only either by e-mail or floppy disk.
Download sites: http://duke.gtinteractive.com/
Description: The Duke Nukem 3D Penthouse Paradise level chronicles the
little talked about R&R period for Duke Nukem between the
original Duke Nukem 3D Game and the Duke Nukem 3D:
Plutonium Pak, the expansion addition.
Inquiring minds and the tabloids have been dying (and not
by Duke's hands) to find out what happened to our
intergalactic hero when he went for "...a little R&R."
Finally, this shocking level reveals all!
While Duke was trying to establish a little "beach-head,"
the Aliens have dropped in to break up his fun in the sun
and spoil a couple of Penthouse photo shoots to boot. It's
up to our man, Duke Nukem, to save the day - again.
With no time to play with his favorite "Pets" or work on
his tan, Duke Nukem says, "Somebody's gonna friggin' pay
for screwin' up my vacation!"
Will Duke save the day, the shoots, and finally get that
babe, a stogie and a bottle of Jack?
It's up to you to find out!
Tips we can tell you:
-Tons of Penthouse Pets
-"On location" Penthouse photo shoots
-Duke's own hotel room
-Duke's "other" hotel room
-Duke's fondness for industrial dance tunes
Additional credits to: 3D Realms Inc., Duke's mother, and all of the babes down
at the Beach Blanket Bongo Bar & Grill.
Special thanks to: Tyler Matthews ([email protected]) who worked night and day
to get this baby completed and he didn't get fired from his
job while dealing with Mark & Jeff's constant knit-picking
which probably drove him insane! Way to go, Ty! At least
you didn't go "postal."
Additional thanks to Paul Jury ([email protected])
for assisting with artistic resources.
* Play Information *
Episode: Penthouse Paradise
Duke Nukem 3D compatible: Yes
Atomic/PPak compatible: Yes
Single Player: Yes
DukeMatch Level: Yes
Co-op Level: Yes
Difficulty Settings: Yes
OTHER Notes: There is new art with all of the Penthouse Pets (Tiles014.art). IF
YOU HAVE COPIES OF THESE FILES IN YOUR duke3d DIR, MAKE A BACKUP.
Run the PENTHOUS.BAT file from your Duke3D Directory.
The PENTHOUS.BAT file runs a little program called CHECKVER.EXE,
which returns an errorlevel of 1 if the Duke version is
Atomic/PPak. Based on this, it'll launch either the Atomic/PPak or
1.3 versions of the .CONs, etc. After the initial check is done,
it then prompts you to select Single Player or Multiplayer
(Co-op/DukeMatch.) If you choose Single player, it kicks off the
special game.con, and no files are changed.
After you have selected the 1-player game, you must go through
the usual Duke Nukem options menu. Select "new" and then choose the
If you are running the original Duke Nukem 3D game, you must select
"L.A. Meltdown" and the "Penthouse Paradise" level will load. If
you are running the Atomic/PPak version, "Penthouse Paradise" will
load automatically within the "Episode" menu.
If you select Multiplayer, it will ask you if they'd like for the
batch file to rename the original .CON files as backup. If you
select "yes", it renames GAME.CON, USER.CON, and DEFS.CON to
*.PEN. It then copies over the Penthouse variety, and runs
SETUP.EXE for them. Once you are finished with the game, the batch
file then returns the originals. If you choose not to have the
batch file rename these files, it simply tells you that the special
sounds and code for Multiplayer support will not be available until
you rename your original .CON files.
In the Setup Menu, select Network Game. In the Network Menu, select
the number of players, and choose "penthous.map" from the user map
menu. Once you have made your selections, click on
"Launch Duke Nukem 3d", then sit back and enjoy the ride.
Final Note: Have some fun in the sun, and thank you for choosing Penthouse
Paradise Resorts, the number one place for "...a little R & R."