Introduction [1.1] A Word From Me [1.2] About This FAQ [1.2.1] Obtaining the latest version of the FAQ [1.2.2] Revision history [1.3] Obtaining Other Apogee-Related FAQs [1.4] What Is Apogee? [1.5] What Does "Apogee" Mean? [1.6] How Apogee Markets Its Games [1.7] Getting the Latest Information [1.7.1] Apogee's Internet mailing list [1.7.2] World Wide Web [1.8] Apogee's Staff  Historical Information [2.1] The Apogee Theme Song [2.2] The Dopefish [2.3] Early Games By Apogee's Executives [2.4] Working Titles of Apogee Games [2.4.1] Alternate titles for Wolfenstein 3D [2.5] Cancelled Projects [2.6] The Great Price Drop [2.7] Apogee's Relationship With Other Companies [2.7.1] What's Apogee's relationship with id? [2.7.2] What's Apogee's relationship with Softdisk? [2.7.3] What's Apogee's relationship with Parallax? [2.8] History of Specific Apogee Games [2.8.1] The Kroz Series [2.8.2] Commander Keen [2.8.3] Crystal Caves and Secret Agent [2.8.4] Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II [2.8.5] Wolfenstein 3D and Spear of Destiny [220.127.116.11] "Call Apogee and say Aardwolf" [18.104.22.168] What's B. J. Blazkowicz's relationship with Commander Keen? [2.8.6] Halloween Harry and Alien Carnage [2.8.7] Mystic Towers [2.8.8] Wacky Wheels [2.8.9] Boppin [2.8.10] Rise of the Triad [22.214.171.124] ROTT characters [126.96.36.199] ROTT levels [2.8.11] Terminal Velocity [2.8.12] Paganitzu and Realms of Chaos [2.8.13] Duke Nukem 3D [188.8.131.52] Duke Nukem 3D theme music [2.8.14] Balls of Steel  About the Games [3.1] PC Games [3.1.1] What games are currently available from Apogee? [3.1.2] What Apogee games are no longer sold? [3.1.3] The games are too big to download! Are there "split" versions? [3.1.4] What upgrade patches are currently available? [3.1.5] Hardware requirements and support [3.1.6] Companies involved with each game [3.2] Console Games [3.2.1] What console games are currently available? [3.2.2] What console games are no longer sold? [3.2.3] Companies involved with each console game [3.3] Previews [3.3.1] What slide shows are currently available from Apogee? [3.3.2] What games are forthcoming?  The Almanac [4.1] Release Dates [4.1.1] PC Games [4.1.2] Console Games [4.1.3] Slide shows [4.1.4] Miscellaneous [4.2] Cast of Characters [4.2.1] Heroes [4.2.2] Villains [4.2.3] Cameos [4.3] Behind the Scenes [4.3.1] Programmers [4.3.2] Artists [4.3.3] Musicians [4.3.4] Sound engine programmers [4.3.5] Level designers [4.3.6] Vocal artists [4.3.7] Creative directors [4.3.8] Advertising layouts  Obtaining the Games [5.1] The Shareware Episodes [5.1.1] The Internet [5.2] The Registered Episodes [5.2.1] Ordering information [5.2.2] What combination deals does Apogee offer? [5.3] Other Products  Playing the Games [6.1] Cheating [6.1.1] Complete cheat list [6.1.2] Hex editing [184.108.40.206] Raptor: Call of the Shadows [220.127.116.11] Wacky Wheels [6.2] Hints [6.2.1] Paganitzu [6.2.2] Commander Keen: Goodbye Galaxy and Aliens Ate My Babysitter [6.2.3] Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition [6.2.4] Stargunner [6.3] Secrets and Other Fun Things [6.3.1] Commander Keen: Goodbye Galaxy! [6.3.2] Raptor: Call of the Shadows [6.3.3] Wacky Wheels [6.3.4] Rise of the Triad [6.3.5] Terminal Velocity [6.3.6] XenoPhage: Alien Bloodsport [6.3.7] Balls of Steel [6.4] Troubleshooting [6.4.1] Things to try first [6.4.2] Setting the BLASTER environment variable [6.4.3] Slowing down your computer to play old games  Contacting Apogee [7.1] By Phone [7.2] By Fax [7.3] By Snail Mail [7.4] Through Networks  Credits  Dopefish and Friends
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