Duke Nukem 3D/64, Hollywood Holocaust, by Alex Biffar.
This is actually a mix of two different versions of the same game. Duke Nukem 3D (PC) and Duke Nukem 64 (N64). Some of the changes, such as taming down the movie posters and removing the strip club in the second level were likely Nintendo’s call, but some other ones I guess we’ll never know the reason.
The main differences in this map:
The secret area in the apartment is moved, the arcade is slightly shifted around, the bathroom is completely different (this map shows the N64 version), and the biggest change was adding an entire new area, the grocery store that is only reachable by a hidden teleporter at the end of the level.
Being one of my all-time favorite games, I really hope I didn’t miss any secret areas (indicated by the blue/purple “S”) since I never had a problem missing any when playing the game. I think I may have mixed up the hallway to the projector room and the bathroom, either that or it is different on the two different versions. For items, I tried to only map out important things and didn’t bother with ammunition or small health kits to keep down clutter. I also discovered, during this, that using MS paint takes about five times longer than just drawing it by hand. But it sure does look a lot cleaner. If only I had a tablet…