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I've just now listened to it again, along with an MP3 of a perfectly straightforward performance of the Horst Wessel. They just don't seem alike. For one, HW is in a major key -- a happy song if you can imagine happy storm troopers marching through the streets. Wolf is in a minor key and, to my ear, far more persuasive; if the Nazis had had id's music guy working for them they might have won the war.
Arrangement aside, one does not even seem to be a straightforward transposition of the other. Can anyone explain this? How very, very interesting! The MIDI is completely unfamiliar to me. On my Mac, Wolf boots right up and goes straight into this intense, apocalyptic orchestration; I wonder if I should scrape it and put it up somewhere for educational purposes only.
Perhaps by the time MacPlay ported, id had already been through the Konfrontation with German law and decided to compose something better than Horst Wessel. Yes well, that explains the song, as I thought. However, in my Mac version, a lot of Nazi elements were restored; the SNES version doesn't read anything like what I've got on my desktop. Mine has Hitlers on all the walls, floors in the shape of swastikas, dogs, and plenty of blood.
One real shortcoming is that all my sprites have only one side -- the front; there is no sneaking up on a guard. Which leaves the question: What is that catchy tune? If you haven't heard it, you have no idea. If I hear a band marching down the street with that rolling out, I hide under my bed.
I'd like to know if id invaded Lithuania with it. I'm surprised to see that this article didn't include even any in-game screenshot of actual gameplay. I hope nobody minds, but I've added two screenshots illustrating the original DOS version of the game and one showing the 3DO version. However, it does look a bit like the article is a little over-saturated with images as of now. Perhaps this would be good place to discuss if any should be removed?
I'm going to correct the dimensions of the screenshots and boss images Then they have a pixel aspect ratio basically I'll be making it taller - that's how it actually is when full screen —The preceding unsigned comment was added by I'll make better screenshots in the future Zephyr , 22 December UTC. The reason I removed the quotes is that they are not encyclopedically necessary, and amount to little more than trivia at best and gamecruft at worst. Unless a good reason can be given besides the fact that they are distinctive traits of each character an argument which could be made for the grunts and roars of monsters in thousands of games , I'll remove them again in a week.
In the Apogee faq and in the article he says "actung! Zephyr , 20 January UTC. In the hint manual created my ID, it says that he says "Actung! As it is that way with me on my XP machine. I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in this Wikipedia article constitutes fair use.
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There's currently a citation needed flag here which makes sense to me , but rather than citing a source for that information, it seems like it should be removed. Software instability is often localized to the specific configuration of the computer it's running on, as well as being generally transient as fixes and patches are released. Moreover, it seems like any discussion of instability for a specific port of Wolf3D would be better placed in the article for the specific port being alluded to, not in this article. Mcwehner talk , 31 January UTC. This is one of the games that has a shareware version and I think that would be good to put right into the external links section.
Some other games categorize informational links and links to the game download. I also host a version optimized for Windows on my website: DOSome Games and I'd like to put a link to that if there aren't any objections. Also, earlier in this talk page it shows we are removing material that is better suited for a game guide. Perhaps if someone knows a particularly good game guide that would be a good external link to include.
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Lmaxsmith talk , 12 April UTC. I'm surprised there's not mention of the Wolfenstein levels in Doom 2 —Preceding unsigned comment added by RtCW in the Sequels section seems to be overly elaborate. The same goes for the Wolfenstein 3D games available as bonus content in its various versions. Note that the Doom article doesn't even have a sequels section -- that information is easily available right in the 'Doom series' info box at the bottom. No need for the Wolf 3D article to go on at length about its sequels. I restructured the ports section some, as it read very poorly for the general reader.
I distinguished between commercial ports of the game and user-made ports, removed some less-relevant details for specific ports, and added dates for the ports. Still think the section needs some more refinement and citation. I think Wolf3D has seen enough commercial ports over the years to warrant something like this. I don't think it would be a stub article. The other reason is that the differences between versions, while interesting and notable in their own right, are not really all that relevant to the legacy of Wolf3D.
I emphasize legacy because the section should focus on evidence of the game's impact, not detail differences in different versions.
Differences are interesting though, so why not make a new section for it? I think can Wolf3D warrants that. Hey everyone, I was actually wondering if anyone knew specifically what episode the shareware version of the game included.
I am pretty sure it is the first episode, and so if I can get confirmation, I figure I can make that part of the page a little more specific. U talk , 4 June UTC.
The top of the article states that episode 1 contains 10 levels. The Gameplay sections states that each episode consisted of 9 levels.
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One of these has to be incorrect. Hastor talk , 9 June UTC. The article mentions that ports vary by audio, graphics and levels. However, the Jaguar added the flamethrower weapon, and from what I understand, this is the only version that contains it. I thought it may be worth mentioning. There is also not a mention of which weapons are available in the game, just the number of different weapons in each level. With the small number of weapons available in this game, it seems like it may be worth at least listing, if not briefly describing them. Also, someone above mentioned that the Mac version was ported from the Jaguar version.
Did the flamethrower make it to the Mac? Was it just the engine itself that was ported between all these? If nobody adds a reference for "Nintendo 3DS" in the "Platform s " field of the Infobox, I will delete it after one month. I don't see how a direct-to-video 'mockbuster' production that derives some of its fiction from the Wolfenstein 3D needs to have a section on the game's page. I don't believe the project is of interest to the general reader, which is the same reason there are no sections devoted to every port commercial or no. It's also misleading - an 'unofficial film adaptations' section with a single entry.
Appears to be there entirely for promotional reasons. OK, so? The inclusion of Wolfenstein as a secret level in Doom II is cited in many reviews and articles about the game, so I feel confident in adding this to the "spin-offs" list without violating GA.
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