Classic Gaming download service Good Old Games (GOG) has announced the availability of several classic Apogee titles. Apogee were the kings of PC gaming back in the mid 90s with such hits as Rise of the Triad, Blake Stone, and of course the co-op friendly Duke Nukem 3D.
The aforementioned Duke Nukem 3D is now available to download via the service. For the low price of $5.99 you can be kicking ass and chewing bubble gum with your buddies. Unfortunately playing it in co-op is going to be an exercise in what made PC Gaming great in the era of the 386 - setting up IPX networks! That was sarcasm.
The game is certified to work on Vista and XP, and comes with SMS Ringtones, Hi-Res Wallpaper, the original manual in PDF form and more. Of course if you don't want to set up a kick ass IPX/SPX network, you should be able to find a way to play the game via TCP/IP.
If none of this entices you, and you still want to get in on the Duke 3D action, you could just drop $10 on the Xbox Live Arcade version.