The Apogee version is 1.1 with the elevator glitch in E1, the Activision one is 1.4. Been playing this with DOSBox, as closely as originally intended. Did you know that you can change various settings in-game? I′ve put sound options suiting me and changing controls to WASD and ARROW KEYS doing everything (good scheme really). Having a blast. Except with those pushwalls at times in later Floors. The lack of automap is not an issue for me. Though I don′t use sourceports in the first place. (As you can see, you can have WASD scheme with DOS too. Have you people ever experimented with menus? Seems none of you haven′t.)
To people complaining this is not abandonware: it sort-of is and is not, as version 1.4 is the one they still sell everywhere, but you can′t get version 1.1 anywhere except from something like this site, or if lucky, second hand.
Happy New Year All !!!
How many of you Wolfers out there found the hidden room with a sign telling you to call a toll free phone # and say “Aardwolf” ?
I don’t recall the level but it is very very very deep into what my brother & I named “The secret passages from HELL”.
You only see the sign if you come to the room from the correct direction.
Good luck finding it!
Been almost 30 years. Now I want to hook up my ‘90s PC I built and find the disk with my Game-Saves.
this was the very FIRST 1st person shooter I ever played, I didn′t
think the game was that great and I would get so disoriented and
didn′t know where I should go, but I played for hours and hours because
at the time there were no other games like this one, can anyone say
- Release name: Wolfenstein 3D: Third Encounter, Wolfenstein 3-D, Wolf3D
- Year: 1992
- Platform: DOS
- Released in: United States
- Genre: Action
- Theme: FPS, Shooter, World War II
- Publisher: Apogee Software, Ltd.
- Developer: id Software, Inc.
- Perspective: 1st-Person
- Dosbox support – http://www.dosbox.com/comp_list.php?showID=13 – Fully supported on current version