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Games made with the 3D Realms Build engine

The Build engine is a game engine that was developed by Ken Silverman in the early 1990s. It is known for being the engine used in several popular first-person shooter (FPS) games from that era. The Build engine powered games that featured a combination of 2D sprites for characters and objects and 3D environments.
One of the most notable games that used the Build engine is Duke Nukem 3D, released in 1996. Duke Nukem 3D was a groundbreaking game at the time, featuring interactive environments, multiplayer capabilities, and a humorous and irreverent tone. The Build engine also powered other games like Shadow Warrior and Blood.

Most popular Engine: Build engine games

Duke Nukem 3D
shooterDOS
Powerslave
shooterDOS
Shadow Warrior
shooterDOS
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Blood

DOS1997protected4.2/5 Monolith Productions
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Duke Nukem 3D

DOS1996protecteddemo4.2/5 3d Realms
Duke Nukem 3D is a classic first-person shooter that was developed by 3D Realms (formerly known as Apogee Software) and published by GT Interactive. It was released in 1996 for MS-DOS and later for various other platforms, including Windows, Mac OS, and gaming consoles.
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Powerslave

DOS19964.1/5 Playmates Interactive Entertainment
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Redneck Rampage

DOS1997protected4/5 Xatrix Entertainment
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Shadow Warrior

DOS1997protected3.9/5 3d Realms
tekwar-09

William Shatner's TekWar

DOS19954/5 Capstone
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Witchaven

DOSWindows XP/98/951995protected4.2/5 Capstone
Witchaven is an abandoned fantasy first-person shooter (or "slasher", since you'll wield melee weapons) developed by Capstone and released by IntraCorp in 1995 for DOS and Windows. Witchaven includes RPG elements such as experience and leveling your character but it's primarily an action game with swords and spells.
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