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    Who remembers Wolf 3D ?

    I read in a South African magazine "New Age Gaming" that this classic game will get a new make over. Can't wait to C it. I will try to get the magazine from the friend I saw it and C what software company is going to develop it and post the name.
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    That was one of my favorites a long time ago.

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    You ain't nuttin' but a young punk*** if you don't 'member Wolf 3D!!


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    I can't believe it... I just downloaded the demo of Wolf "3D" for nostalgia's sake, (big, 800k...) I can't believe how far we've come in the last few years... how easy it is to forget...

    I'm stunned.

    It was so different in my memory... and yet, so familiar was the gaming experience... eery, to say the least.

    I suddenly feel old...



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    I remember the bonus levels in Doom ][ will that do? I only played Wolf a couple of times, wasn't much into FPS games back then.

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    I loved Wolf3d!! I remember spending weeks trying to complete it on my 386 sx 16 system. I thought there was nothing better at the time I'll have to upload it to my webpage for download.

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    Wolf 3D. I loved how the guys shouted at you in German when they saw you. I loved the end bosses. Remember Hilter?

    I didn't care for the expansion, what was it, Spear of Destiny?.

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    Wolf3D was th best thing I had ever seen at that time, used to play it all the time (on a 386 SX-20 system)

    I think the expansion was Spear of Destiny, but it wasn't so good IMO.

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    I remember how awed I was the first time I saw Wolf3D, on my uncle's 486-33... I was completely blown away! I played through it again last year on my work PC (Unfortunately enough, it also was a 486-33.... uuuggghhhhhh. Nothing sucks like trying to slog through CAD and Programming- yes, CAD and programming, in 1999- on Windows 3.1 on a sh*tty PC like that, then going home to a fast new PII-400)
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