Tomorrow will be a good day for nostalgia.

3D Realms, the developer of classic PC games like Duke Nukem, is releasing 27 old titles on Valve’s digital store, Steam, tomorrow. The releases include Realms of Chaos, Death Rally, Balls of Steel, and much more. You can check out the full list here.

We don’t know what the prices will be, but many of these games are already available on GOG, where they each go for $6.

3D Realms has had a tough time ever since Duke Nukem Forever, a sequel that it spent more than a decade working on and still wasn’t able to release until Borderlands developer Gearbox took over. The Dannish company Interceptor bought 3D Realms on March, 2014.

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