Abandonware DOS title

Wolfenstein 3D

Wolfenstein 3D is the first-person shooter that popularized the whole genre in the early 90s and is considered one of the greatest games ever made. Wolfenstein 3D was designed by John Romero and Tom Hall (id Software) and released as shareware by Apogee Software in 1992 for DOS. Wolfenstein 3D is based on the Wolf3D engine, programmed by John Carmack.
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The first episode was released as shareware for free distribution by Apogee and the whole original trilogy of episodes made available for purchase on May 5 as Wolfenstein 3D.
In 1993 Apogee also published the Wolfenstein 3D Super Upgrades pack, which included 815 fan-made levels called "WolfMaster", along with a map editor titled "MapEdit" and a random level generator named "Wolf Creator".
A retail Wolfenstein episode double the length of the Apogee episodes, Spear of Destiny, was released through FormGen on September 18, 1992.

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Additional info about Wolfenstein 3D

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick, gamepad
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom, download
Also published for: Acorn 32-bit
Abandonware DOS views: 31361
Series: Wolfenstein 3D is part of the Wolfenstein series.
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  • Marino Posadas 06/02/2023 18:03
    I even played the first "Castle Wolfenstein" that appear for Apple. You would raise from Private level to Field Marshal.
  • Joi 23/01/2018 03:09
    This was the grandfather of FPS (First Person Shooter) games... Then came Doom.... This game was so much fun to play brings back a lot of memories. Download and give it a try find all the secret treasure, guns, ammo, health packs. Press on walls, pictures, etc to open the secret passageways.
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