Duke Nukem II

Duke Nukem II is a Platform, Side-scroll, and Single-player video game created by Apogee Software and published by Interactive Software for Multiple Platforms. The game takes place in the thrilling environment invaded by an evil named Regelatins who plans to take over the planet Earth and kidnap the protagonist named Duke Nukem, in order to use his brain to plot the attack for the forces… read more
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Games Like Duke Nukem II

#1 Blasto

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Blasto is a Single-player and Third-person Shooter (TPS) video game created by Sony Interactive Entertainment and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America. The game supports single-player mode only, and it deals with both fighting and shooting genres. The player navigates the environment from a third-person perspective and can experience the action and platformer gameplay. In the game, enemies are aliens that teleport in across the player based on the events that are triggered as the player navigates the landscape. The premise of the game is platform genre, with elements such as rotating 3D sections which have to be explored while attacking aliens. According to the storyline, after coming back from the 5th dimension, the alien tyrant known as Bosc is bent on dominating the planet Uranus with his minions and struggles to threaten and destroy the planet Earth as well. The antagonist is looking for reign for his power that includes his minions capturing and enslaving the babes throughout the massive galaxy. The galaxy needs a hero once again who can save it from enemies. The game provides the player with a chance to become the hero and save the world from aliens.

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#2 Alice: An Interactive Museum

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Alice: An Interactive Museum is an Adventure, Visual Novel, and Single-player video game Toshiba EMI Ltd and published by Synergy Interactive Corp. The game uses the point-and-click interface, and it takes place in the pre-rendered 3D world. It takes the player in the mansion of 12 rooms, including a wine cellar, a gallery, a photo studio, and more. Each room is laced via secret passages, doors, and halls. The primary object of the player is to wander through a massive mansion in order to search for a deck of playing cards. The artwork in the game is attractive, resulting in clues or surprises. The game represents the choice-making gameplay with multiple endings. The outcome depends on the actions and choices made by the player while playing the game. There are a variety of mind-blowing levels, and each level offers a set of objectives and tasks that must be accomplished to advance the game. Alice: An Interactive Museum provides with core features, engaging gameplay, detailed graphics, a beautiful cast of characters.

#3 Gadget: Invention, Travel and Adventure

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Gadget: Invention, Travel and Adventure deals with famous gameplay elements such as Adventure, Interactive Movie, and Visual Novel developed by Synergy Inc, and published by NTT Resonant. Like the previous titles, the game uses the pre-rendered graphics and struggle to resemble the Adventure and Point-and-Click games, similar to Myst released in 1993. The storyline follows an event of future dominated by retro technology from the 1920s to 1930s. The plot takes the player in an unspecified nation controlled by a dictator named Orlovsky. In the game, the player is tasked with finding the whereabouts of a missing scientist. He starts the game in a third-floor room, and after gathering the clues, the protagonist takes an elevator to the lobby. During that time, a boy cleverly replaces the case with identical one comprising different paraphernalia. The game has many challenging levels that provide the player with a chance to test his skills and show off his friends to impress them.

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#4 Time Gal

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Time Gal is an Interactive Movie, and Single-player video game developed and published by Taito. It is an Action video game which uses FMV (Full Motion Video) to show the on-screen action. In the game, the player must wisely select the on-screen actions of the character to advance the story. It takes place in the fictional future where time travel is possible. The game puts the player in the role of the protagonist named Reika, who must travel to different time periods to find the most wanted criminal named as Luda, from her time. After detecting the antagonist, the player must struggle to fend off his evil plans. The game uses pre-recorded animation, instead of sprites to show the on-screen action. The gameplay is split into levels, referred to as time periods. The player starts the game in 4001 AD with the thief, who stole the time travel device. The antagonist plans to take over the world using the time travel device by changing history. Now, the player must use his device to pursue the evil and engage himself in the FMV gameplay experience. Check it out, and have fun.

#5 Revenge of the Ninja

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Revenge of the Ninja is an Adventure, Interactive Movie, Single-player and Two-player video game developed by Taito and published by Wolf Team. The game unfolds the daring and skilled teenage ninja’s story named Hayate, exploring an evil castle to save the Princess he loves. The player needs to survive in a variety of deathtraps and take down several mythological beings and other enemies on his epic quest to rescue the Princess and smash the castle. The game lets the player controls his character using a joystick for moving him across the stage and make use of one-button for several weapons through fifteen stages, taking place in Feudal Japan-based environment. The game introduces three difficulty levels and comprises traps and beings that need the player to dodge or attack them at a certain point. The game rewards with points to the player and unlocks further levels as he advances through the game. The player is equipped with a sword which he can be used to take down enemies and other strange beings. As the game proceeds, it becomes difficult to play. With immersive storyline, addictive gameplay, and superb graphics, Revenge of the Ninja is the best game to play.

#6 Road Avenger

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Road Avenger is a unique blend of Vehicular Combat, Interactive Movie, and FMV elements developed and published by Data East. The game supports both Single-player and Two-player modes and offers an exciting storyline inspired by thriller movies like Mad Max, and it is set in the post-apocalyptic setting. It puts the player in the role of the protagonist, a skilled driver who drives a modified sports car to get revenge on the gang of the biker, who is responsible for the death of his wife on their honeymoon. After recovering from injuries, the player upgrades his car and sets out on an epic adventure through nine different areas. The task of the player is to find out the female boss of the gang and complete his revenge. The game comprises nine challenging stages. The player is rewarded with points on the reaction time, upon the completion of the level. At the start, the player can select one of the different difficulty settings. Road Avenger offers core features such as Driving Gameplay, good Visual, Epic Storyline, and more. With superb gameplay, good controls, and smooth sound effects, Road Avenge is the first game to play.

#7 The Vortex: Quantum Gate II

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The Vortex: Quantum Gate II is a First-person Perspective, Adventure, Full Motion Video, and Single-player video game developed and published by Hyperbole Studios. The game is a sequel to The Vortex: Quantum Gate and takes the player in the cinematic journey of the protagonist, a young soldier named as Drew Griffin in the hostile world where he battles against enemies for his life. In the game, the player is capable of deciding the fate of the protagonist by making investigations and displaying emotions that will assist the player’s actions from the First-person viewpoint like other interactive movies. There are a series of levels, and the player needs to complete each one by solving the tricky puzzles. In the game, the player is able to freely move across the areas of the world to find items and use when needed. He can interact with NPCs using dialogues system and can collect information about the event. The Vortex: Quantum Gate II includes prominent features, impressive gameplay, and good visuals. Try it out, and it’ll entertain you.

#8 Under a Killing Moon

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Under a Killing Moon is an Adventure, Interactive Movie, Point-and-Click, and Single-player FMV video game developed and published by Access Software. The game acts as the 3rd title in the series of Tex Murphy based on Adventure games. The story follows the protagonist, a detective named Tex Murphy who discovers himself involved in the affairs of a dangerous cult. The game dramatically shifted the core gameplay of its predecessors by using the interactive 3D environments. In the game, the player as the protagonist can explore the landscape from a first-person perspective. The virtual world enables the player for full freedom of movement and searches for clues in every corner. Like previous games of the series, it takes place in the post-WWII San Francisco in the futuristic year 2042. After the event of devastation due to nuclear war, major cities have been reconstructed, though specific areas remain as they were before the war. The story follows the protagonist, who sets out to hunt for work after recently divorced from his wife named Sylvia. Other parts of the story will be unlocked as the player advances through the game. Check it out, and have fun.

#9 Time Travelers

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Time Travelers is a 1991 FMV (Full Motion Video), Arcade, and Single-player video game developed by Virtual Image Productions and published by Sega. The premise of the game is that an American old west cowboy named as Marshal Gram, who is needed to rescue the universe from the mad scientist transformed evil time lord named Vulcor. According to the storyline, the mad doctor found a way to manipulate and distort the time. As the protagonist, the player embarks on an epic quest to save the world as well as the Princess of the Galactic Federation named as Kyi-La. The ultimate task of the player is to drive the villains out from the universe. During exploration, the player needs to overcome deadly obstacles and fight enemies to kill them. The game takes place across different iconic settings from multiple time periods. All the footage of the game was recorded as they were a live action movie. It offers the similar gameplay to Dragon’s Lair. The player moves in the specific direction to reach the certain point in the game. By hitting the right command, the game plays the movie clip, showing the character of the player advancing through the game, while the wrong command or move cause death for each segment. Check it out, and have fun.

#10 Tex Murphy Overseer

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Tex Murphy Overseer is an Adventure and Single-player video game developed and published by Access Software. The game serves as the fifth title in the series of Tex Murphy of graphic adventure video games. In the game, the player controls the private investigator named as Tex Murphy as he struggles to recounts his first case’s story to his beloved girlfriend, named as Chelsee Bando. Like the previous two titles, Under a Killing Moon and The Pandora Directive, the game mixed the use of FMV (Full Motion Video) with 3D environments. The game takes place in the WWII-themed in San Francisco. After the brutal events of World War II, most major cities have been reconstructed, though specific areas remain as they were before the conflict. World War II left a mark on the world such as the formation of two classes of inhabitants the Norms and the Mutants. The game lets the player free move across the city and enables him to find clues in every corner to advance through the story. It has two different modes such as Gamer Mode and Entertainment Mode. Try it out, and you’ll like it.

#11 Ripper

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Ripper is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, Interactive Movie, and Single-player video game relies on Full Motion Video elements. The game takes place in the fictional New York City in 2010, and the gameplay starts with an investigation of the recent murder of Renee Stein, who was a third victim of the serial killer called The Ripper. The player takes on the role of the protagonist named as Jake Quinlan, a reporter for the Virtual Herald, whom the serial killer sends a short message to detailing his murders. Along with the police, the player must find the true identity of The Ripper to save other citizens from being killed with the serial killer’s hands. After investigating the murder of Renee Stein, the player receives a message from the serial killer, who warns him that his beloved girlfriend will be the next victim, as she is gotten very close to finding his real identity. Now, as the protagonist the player must save the life of his girlfriend and uncover the identity of the serial killer. With thrilling storyline, addictive gameplay, and superb graphics, Ripper is the best game to play.

#12 Urban Runner

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Urban Runner (also known as Lost in Town) is an Interactive Movie, and Single-player video game created by Coktel Vision and published by Sierra On-Line. The storyline of the game focuses on an American Journalist in Paris, who has been arrested for murder during the investigation’s course. In the game, the player is Max Gardner, who is investigating a story about the huge and vicious drug dealer, covered by an influential politician. To communicate with a drug dealer, the player offers him incriminating photoshoot against some information. When the player reaches the destination at the meeting point, he found the drug dealer dead, and the police considered Max as the killer on the spot. Now, the player must find the murderer of the drug dealer to prove that he is innocent. The player proceeds through the game by gathering items, interacting with characters, and solving tricky puzzles. During the gameplay, the player can accumulate clues (pieces of information) which are necessary to solve the mystery. With thrilling storyline, multiple endings, good graphics, and FMV gameplay, Urban Runner is the best game to play.

#13 The Daedalus Encounter

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The Daedalus Encounter is an Adventure, Puzzle, Interactive Movie, and Single-player FMV video game created by Mechadeus and published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment. The game’s premise is that three different marines have battled as the part of the interstellar conflict. One of them has been brought back to the life by his companion after the brutal space accident, and now, he is a brand grafted in a system. The three characters and the player must solve all types of challenging puzzles to save themselves. Ariel Matheson, Casey O’Bannon, and Zack Smith are space marines who fought in the war. As the story advances, their spaceship is attacked by foes, and a hunk badly injures Casey. During the navigation, Zack and Ari get into the Central Hub comprises six doors in the hexagons’ shapes. They manipulate all the areas of the ship but don’t find any navigational controls. After that, Casey discovers how to manipulate the device in the room, activating the elevator which takes Casey including other space marines up and out of the Central Hub. With a compelling story, impressive gameplay, and beautiful graphics, The Daedalus Encounter is the wonderful game to play.

#14 Harvester

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Harvester is a 1996 FMV, Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player Interactive Movie video game developed by DigiFX Interactive and published by Merit Studios. The plot of the game revolves around the character named as Steve, who finds himself in the strange town in 1953, known as Harvest with a case of amnesia. Steve can’t remember anything from his past, and when he tells the inhabitants of the town that claims to be his beloved family, the people of town tell him what a kidder he is. The inhabitants of the town stress the protagonist to join the lodge, a huge building located at the town’s center that acts as the headquarters of the Harvest Moon. Now, the player must encounter the Sergeant at Arms, who informs him that he can find the answers to his all questions in the building. To get into the building, the player needs to join the Order of the Harvest Moon. But to participate, the player needs to complete a variety of tasks, ranging from vandalism to arson. With addictive gameplay, brilliant graphics, and super story, Harvester is the interesting FMV video game to play.

#15 Contradiction: Spot The Liar!

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Contradiction: Spot The Liar! is an Adventure, Full Motion Video, and Single-player video game developed and published by Baggy Cat for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. The game revolves around the protagonist, a detective named as Inspector Frederick Jeans who are trying to solve the complex case of suicide of Kate Vine in the Edenton’s village. In the game, the player controls Jenk, and the gameplay mainly focuses on interviews or interrogations with Non-player Characters. At the start, the player has a list of subjects which the can ask the interviewees about, and the answers of the characters are recorded as small snippets of information. The game enables the player to move freely across the village to find out the further clues which can be used by the player as subjects when interacting with other players. While exploring the environment, the player can use the subjects which detective has found at the certain points in the village to proceed with the story. Contradiction: Spot The Liar! relies heavily on recorded video. Contradiction: Spot The Liar! includes core features such as FMV Gameplay, Interrogate the Suspects, Exciting Story, and more. Check it out, and have fun.

#16 Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory

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Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory is an Action, First-person Perspective, Real-time FMV, and Single-player video game with an emphasis on Music and Rhythm elements, developed by Digital Pictures, Inc. and published by Sony Imagesoft. The game puts the player inside the music factory, where two linemen named as Toil and Sweat under the oppressive thumb of the corporate executive. According to the plot, the video discs roll down an assembly line while C and C record their sounds behind their doors. As the game advances, the player is asked to assist in editing these videos and release the burden from everyone. It is played from a panel, means to act and resemble as a non-linear editor. In the game, editing is completely linear, however, as three videos run simultaneously along the screen’s bottom. The player can’t stop or rewind rewound video once the editing process starts, so the player has to take actions quickly to edit and apply effects within the limited time. With addictive gameplay, superb mechanics, and cool visuals, Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory is the best game to play.

#17 The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker

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The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is an Adventure, Full Motion Video, Psychological Horror, and Single-player Simulation developed and published by D’Avekki Studios Ltd. The game comes with challenging gameplay, in which the player takes on the role of the psychiatrist, who is struggling to solve the murder case while treating the patients of the deceased Doctor Dekker, there is nothing as it seems. During the game, the player can type the question, and his patients will replay in Full-Screen Video. They also will have some questions for the player, but be careful what the player said. The words of the player will decide the fates of his patients and his own. There are over sixteen-hundred video responses available, and the player can input the text to ask the question from his patients. The game becomes complex as the player advances through it. The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker includes core features such as Multiple Stories, Multiple Endings, Suggested Questions, Achievements, and more. Check it out, and have fun.

#18 Stay Dead Evolution

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Stay Dead Evolution is the unique blend of Beat ‘em up, Rhythm, Action, Full Motion Video, and Single-player video game developed by Brucefilm and published by Plug In Digital. The game offers the Beat ‘em up gameplay with Street Fighter elements and comes with a real-time interaction inside the cinematographic scene, using the primary character. The visual and sound quality of the movie joins the interaction of the next-gen video game, developing the unique and involving experience. In the game, the player controls the main character from a third-person perspective, fight against an opponent, and follows the directions appear on the screen to beat the opponent. The game introduces five martial arts characters from which the player selects his one of them to start his game. There are five different environments each with a unique look, fell, and direction-style. In the game, the player can perform more than hundred martial-art moves while battling against an opponent. It has four difficulty levels, and the player can select according to skills. Stay Dead Evolution includes core features such as Five Unique Environment, Real-time Interaction, Five Martial Arts, Fast Action, and more.

#19 Street Fighter: The Movie

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Street Fighter: The Movie is a 1995 Arcade, Fighting, Single-player and Two-player video game developed by Incredible Technologies and published by Capcom. The game brings exciting gameplay based on the famous live-action movie Street Fighter, released in 1994. It offers different gameplay compared to previous title Street Fighter II game in multiple ways. The game offers the huge emphasis towards air combos than previous titles. During the gameplay, the player can continuously attack his opponent while falling in the air with a combination of attack. Moreover, the player can cancel any special move while doing it into other special moves. In the beginning, the player needs to pick up his playable characters from available and jump into the game where he will face a new opponent in each new stage. The player must finish his fight within 100 seconds. Otherwise the fighter with the high health power will win the match. Akuma, Balrog, Blade, Cammy, Chun Li, E- Honda, etc. are prominent characters in the game.

#20 428: Shibuya Scramble

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428: Shibuya Scramble is an Adventure, Visual Novel, and Single-player video game created by Chunsoft and published by Spike. The game takes place in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo where the story is presented using the combination of scrolling text, video sequences, and live action. It shares many gameplay and story elements with sound novel game Machi, released in 1998 by Chunsoft. In the game, the player partake in several events from the perspectives of a different protagonist, all serving in parallel with no knowledge. The story is set in the modern Japanese city, Tokyo, where characters are involved in the complex mystery that can’t be solved without interaction, and the plot is progressed by following clues discovered within the text of the game and accompanying video sequences. Depending on the choices of the player, several new scenarios become available, which lead the player to different outcomes and endings. There are over eighty-five possible endings, and the game introduces a cast of characters, including Achi Endo, Shinya Kano, Kenji Osawa, and more.

#21 Alien Carnage

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Alien Carnage is a Side-scroll Platform and Single-player shooting video game developed by Interactive Binary Illusions and developed Apogee Software. The game is divided into four episodes, featuring background music in MOD format and 256 colour VGA graphics. It represents the cartoon-style gameplay and puts the player in the role of the protagonist named as Halloween Harry, who is an agent and embark on an epic mission to save the world from an alien invasion that wants to control over the Planet Earth by transforming the humanity into zombies. In the game, the player attack aliens and zombies using the flamethrower and another type of weapons to rescue the hostages in multiple ways. The player equips with a jetpack which he can use to reach the higher platforms, instead of jumping. Alien Carnage offers key features such as Page Turner, Area 51, Cheat mode, Three Skill Levels, and more. Try it out, and you’ll love it.

#22 Stalker 1: Path of Fire

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Stalker 1: Path of Fire is the mix of Shooter and Platform elements developed and published by MM Software Productions. The game supports Single-player, and it takes place in the post-apocalyptic themed world. In the game, the player is a stalker as the radiation of nuclear plant accident contaminates the world. Most land is highly radioactive and mutation almost human population who are roaming in search of food. The player looks yummy food to them, and as the stalker, he must wander from zone to zone, finding out nourishment and the treasure. There are several levels, and each level is full of deadly hazards that the player needs to overcome at any cost. It offers engaging gameplay where the player needs to earn enough points to access the exit zone. To complete the task the player needs to smash the creatures that come after the player, avoid or overcome the radiation zones and the radioactive pools in order to keep progressing. The game is played from both side-scroll and a third-person perspective. With addictive gameplay, classic graphics, and difficult tasks to complete, Stalker 1: Path of Fire is the best game to play and enjoy.

#23 Haydee

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Haydee is an Adventure, Puzzle, Third-person Shooter, Platform, and Single-player video game takes place in the 3D environment developed and published by Haydee Interactive. The game offers the old-style Metroidvania mixed with modern-day TPS and platform mechanics. The player steps into the role of Haydee, who is half-human and half-robot character, looking for her way out of complex filled with deadly traps, depression, and pain. To complete the game, the player needs his gun, logic, and his instincts. During the gameplay, the player can explore the world from a third-person perspective, gather items, and converse ammo on the long journey to advance through the game. There are six different sections contain 160 rooms and the game has no checkpoints and the player uses diskettes and stations. Haydee includes core features such as Limited Inventory, Hidden Items, Challenging Gameplay, and more. With excellent graphics, dynamic sound effects, and detailed visuals, Haydee is the best game to play. Try it out, and you’ll like it.

#24 Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

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Duke Nukem: Time to Kill is a Single-player and Multiplayer Third-person Shooter video game created by n-Space and published by GT Interactive Software. The game is available to play on PlayStation platform only, and the gameplay and controls are similar to those of Tomb Raider video games. However, aside Tomb Raider, the game references Black to the Future, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, etc. video game series. It introduces a two-player deathmatch option, where up to two players can fight against each other in the detailed environments loosely focused on the single-player stages. The story of the game starts with an introduction video of the protagonist who is riding his bike towards the Bootylicious Strip Club in Downtown Los Angeles, finding out the Pig Cops teleporting in to make him angry, tuning his beloved bike into a pink-colored bicycle. During the gameplay, the player can explore the environment from a third-person viewpoint, and his main objective is to become the master by taking on enemies and completing a set of levels.

More About Duke Nukem II

Duke Nukem II is a Platform, Side-scroll, and Single-player video game created by Apogee Software and published by Interactive Software for Multiple Platforms. The game takes place in the thrilling environment invaded by an evil named Regelatins who plans to take over the planet Earth and kidnap the protagonist named Duke Nukem, in order to use his brain to plot the attack for the forces. The game comprises four episodes, and each episode contains eight levels. The game is the follow-up to the game Duke Nukem, released in 1991. The main goal of the player is to advance through the levels by gathering items, smashing enemies to the level exit and at the final stage, the player needs to take down the supervillain boss. During the gameplay, the player can pick up four types of weapons such as the flamethrower, the laser, the rocket launcher, and more. The player gets a rapid-fire power-up and can gather health items to heal damage. With addictive gameplay, superb graphics, and core mechanics, Duke Nukem II is the best game to play.

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