Duke Nukem is a portable video game in the Duke Nukem series, released for the Nintendo Game Boy Color in 1999. The Story itself is parallel to the story in Duke Nukem II, except the Rigelatins have been replace by the Zorgonites. In addition, the levels, weapons, items, enemies and bosses are also different.
- Aerial Defense Squad
- Anti-Tank Probe
- Cryogenic Mutant
- Elite Guard
- Imperial Warrior
- Imperial Grenadier
- Lightning Probe
- Machine Gun Probe
- Malfunctioning Dart
- Malfunctioning Missile Probe
- Missile Probe
- Mortar Technician
- Radium Technician
- Reaper Probe
- Zorgonite Commando
- Zorgonite Scientist
The names of first and second bosses were made unofficially. The Zorgonite Commander an the Zorgonite Emperor are the only bosses to have their names valid.
- Shotgun- Duke's default weapon, has infinite supply of ammo, medium power, but has slow rate of fire.
- Machine Gun- similar to the shotgun but with a higher rate of firing.
- Stun Gun: does not harm the enemy but freezes enemies for three seconds.
- Grenade launcher- fires shells which explode after a few seconds, they are also able to bounce off surfaces sometimes.
- Rocket launcher- launches powerful long-range rockets but is cumbersome to carry
- Flamethrower- does not need explanation
- Stationary Machine Gun- A large rapid fire machine gun which is mounted on the ground.
The left and right on the control-pad moves duke forwards and backwards respectively. The down control pad does a variety of roles: crouching down, looking down, droping down from a hanging position and to go down a ladder. The Up control pad, similarly, does these roles: looking up, climbing up a ladder, crawling up from a hanging position and using an access card if near a cardkey slot. The other action buttons in the game are the A button, which enables the player to jump, and B is, of course, for shooting Duke's weapon he is holding.
The select function is where the game is paused while Duke is able to select a variety of weapons collected. The Start button simply pauses the game.
- Like in Duke Nukem II, Duke escapes from his cell by using his explodo-molar.
- While he was promoting his book "Why I'm So Great" in Duke Nukem II, in the Gameboy Color game he is just doing an interview.
- The City where Duke is being interviewed is Nerola City.