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Wolfenstein 3D

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: Apogee Software
Developer: id Software
Release Date: May 5, 1992

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'Wolfenstein 3D' - Super Upgrades Mission Pack Available NOW

by Rainier on May 24, 2006 @ 8:43 a.m. PDT

Wolfenstein 3D offers players a chance to experience the intensity of escaping from Castle Wolfenstein all over again. Classic enemies like Hans Grosse and Mecha-Hitler await players in the six episodes that span 60 levels.

Get the Wolfenstein 3D Super Upgrades Map Pack off WP (2mb)


Wolfenstein 3D is a landmark title in the history of both Apogee Software and id Software's histories. It's widely regarded as launching the popularity of the 3D videogame genre. Some years ago, Apogee briefly sold an addon pack for Wolfenstein 3D called "The Wolfenstein 3D Super Upgrades" pack. This addon pack contained over 800 new levels for Wolfenstein 3D, a random level generator, and a map editor.

This item was only sold for a brief period of time, and was discontinued ages ago. We're now bringing it back for fans of Wolfenstein 3D to check out.

A few notes:


1) This requires v1.4g of the registered Wolfenstein 3D to work right. This archive contains a directory structure that needs to be unpacked into your Wolfenstein 3D game directory. Other than this, we offer no support in helping to getting this freeware release running. YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN HERE.

2) This game was released before Windows 2000 & Windows XP were released, and as such, these more modern operating systems might have issues in running the game. A third party program called DOSBox has been known to have been helpful in getting the game running. You can obtain DOSBox here:

3) This game is released as freeware. That's not to be confused with public domain, abandonware (which is illegal), or releasing something under the GPL. This is a freeware release, which means we retain full legal rights to the title and it's materials. You are free to play the game as we've released it, but not free to "do whatever you want with it", which includes selling it or otherwise using the materials in other projects.

Enjoy the Wolf Super Upgrades

-- Apogee Tech Support, May 2006

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