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The 1992 classic Secret Agent has been revived with a HD remaster from Apogee Entertainment and Emberheart Games that was surprise announced and released today with Secret Agent HD.

It's not just a simple remaster of a classic though. While it does contain all three original episodes, along with support for modern systems and resolutions it also brings with it the brand new Secret Agent Episode 4 with a new collection of missions to play through. Secret Agent HD also comes with a brand new original soundtrack, plus there's a built in level editor and Steam Workshop support.

"The new Apogee Entertainment is focused on helping today’s developers reach new audiences with their unbelievable talent, but we’re fans of the classics too," said Scott Miller, Apogee founder, "The ‘90s will never die—we’ve got new missions 30 years in the making to prove it"

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Features:

  • Help 006 recover the Red Rock Rover blueprints by guiding him through all 3 original episodes in HD!  
  • Uncover 16 Exciting new missions in the all new Secret Agent Episode 4, with challenging puzzles, action oriented hazards and rewards that will have you aiming for a spot on the top of the leaderboard!  
  • 7 New Enemies, 2 New Powerups, Breakable Blocks, Secret Level, and More!  
  • Be the first to earn all of the achievements including discovering the "Island Secret"!  
  • New Difficulty levels of gameplay, Cloud Saves!  
  • New OST in the Classic Adlib style to tickle your nostalgic funny bone!

This refreshed release comes with support for Windows and Linux.

You can buy it on GOG and Steam.

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ageres 30 Jun
It doesn't look HD to me...
dpanter 30 Jun
Quoting: ageresIt doesn't look HD to me...
Arguably higher definition than the original, but the emphasis should probably be on remaster.
Steam has comparative screenshot GIFs.
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HerrLange 30 Jun
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Where is Commander Keen?
jordicoma 30 Jun
Does it support internal speaker (beeper)? Also it would be cool if it had the original version included free.
Hamish 30 Jun
Quoting: HerrLangeWhere is Commander Keen?
I am assuming that the rights for that stayed with id Software, which then went to Zenimax... so talk to Microsoft?

More to the point, will Linux now get a release for Crystal Caves HD?


Last edited by Hamish on 30 June 2021 at 10:39 pm UTC
Quoting: HerrLangeWhere is Commander Keen?

https://www.gog.com/game/commander_keen_complete_pack
bradgy 1 Jul
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Quoting: HerrLangeWhere is Commander Keen?
More to the point, will Linux now get a release for Crystal Caves HD?

It already has! Been playing it on my laptop with ubuntu.

https://www.gog.com/game/crystal_caves_hd (not advertised as such but comes with the Linux installer as an extra)

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1330890/Crystal_Caves_HD/ (advertised native)
Phlebiac 1 Jul
This sure looks similar to (how I remember) Duke Nukem 1 and 2; probably the same engine. Looks like GOG doesn't have *any* Duke Nukem games, surprisingly.
Liam Dawe 1 Jul
Quoting: PhlebiacThis sure looks similar to (how I remember) Duke Nukem 1 and 2; probably the same engine. Looks like GOG doesn't have *any* Duke Nukem games, surprisingly.
Pretty sure Gearbox had them removed.
ixnari 2 Jul
Quoting: HerrLangeWhere is Commander Keen?

Probably in recovery after going through this shit. Thankfully, Zenimax seems to have scrubbed every mention of this "game", so Keen might get a remake yet!
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