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anyone know about it aside from me?
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha it funny to put weird posts that people dont know about. you guy and or girls dont know what im talking about half the time
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha it funny to put weird posts that people dont know about. you guy and or girls dont know what im talking about half the time


Or we don't care. :tazz:

Not trying to be mean, but alot of times it is true. :)
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lol that may be true my fine friend
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wow thats an old game..what was it on nes?
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no that was for the computer.

Edited by don77, 12 November 2005 - 07:38 AM.

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are you sure it wanst on nes?.. i distinctlly remeber a game liek that for nes
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it could of been for both nes and computer
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Wolfenstein 3D was released by ID Software in 1992 for the PC.
It ran on the old MS-DOS operating system, it required 3MB of hard drive space and a 33MHz 386 to run. (Yes I still have my copy of it and a 486 to play it on :tazz:)
Wolfenstein 3D was the first smash hit FPS game to be released so most gamers regard it as the Granddad of all FPS game, although it wasn't actually the first FPS game to be released there were two FPS games released before it.

Wolfenstein 3D never made it onto the NES but was on the SNES.
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Look at this guy i love him. lol he kicked the crap out of what in was really asking for . good job man and thank you
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ok i see now...Isnt their a new version of Wolfenstein out or comeing out?
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ok i see now...Isnt their a new version of Wolfenstein out or comeing out?


I think its already out... :tazz:
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The newer wolfenstien(although its like a year and a half old now) has the best flamethrower out of any game apparently. Imagine nto knowing about wolfenstein for shame, it rocked you aint a gamer of you havent played Quake or wolfenstein, and if you havent go get em right now and play em. I also reccomend blood, the greatest use of underarm deoderant ever(toasted zombies mmmm).
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this is a free online multiplayer wolfenstein,works well, http://reviews.cnet....-6300449-1.html
skip the cnet ad,there 10 games altogether

Edited by tudds, 14 November 2005 - 01:26 AM.

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A game you might want to try is Rise of the Triad released in late 1994 by Apogee (now 3D Realms).
It was originally going to be the sequel to Wolfenstein 3D but Apogee and ID Software had creative differences so the name was changed to Rise of the Triad.

Rise of the Triad is a great game but it was doomed to failure as the released between the Doom 2 and Heretic.
Another reason was the 90 degree walls (it had a game engine similar to that of Wolfenstein 3D) which was a step back from Doom.

A demo can be download from the 3drealms download page. If you haven't got an old 486 to play it on like me you might want to try using DOSBox (DOS emulator for windows).
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