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Duke Nukem II

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To all who played it - what is your best score?
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All I know is that I finished all four episodes.
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A few hundred thousand points, can't remember exactly.
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Episode 1: 5778956 2: 5876711 3: 5411158 4: 5610052
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oh,heck,i didn't even get half of that,i vas just runing around levels...
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I am going with what R@am is saying.

I just wanted to get past those stupid jumping jack thingys in a hurry also i couldnt be bothered getting super dooper high score in that time. (Ages since I played this game properly)
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486 player wrote:Episode 1: 5778956 2: 5760684 3: 5008125 4: 5217185
Cool scores man. Was it on your first time through? What difficulty were you playing?

It took me several attempts to get the following scores (on Easy):

Episode 1: 6,977,078
Episode 2: 7,070,494
Episode 3: 6,468,594
Episode 4: 6,879,664

Like you I found E3 to be the hardest to get a good score on.
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5th/7th. (Easy well, easy quick, normal well, normal quick, hard well)

Hard.

How did thou get so big? Crystals don't give so much. :huh:
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I didn't try to get a very high score. I just wanted to finish the game. Anyway, here are my scores:

Episode 1: 3.867.820
Episode 2: 4.077.027
Episode 3: 3.925.402
Episode 4: 2.931.882
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486 player wrote:How did thou get so big? Crystals don't give so much. :huh:
Bonuses. Let's just say I got Secret Bonus 2 in each and every level, although it took me a hell of a long time to do so.
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On easy? They're too big to be believable.
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maybe faked?could be done by editing some files,can't remember tough wich ones,played it long ago...
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No, they weren't faked. If I was pathetic enough to brag about fake records over the internet, I'd make up something bigger.
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