A fan-made game combining Lego and Wolfenstein 3-D using the C4 game engine.

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After many alpha and beta versions, a full version of LEGO Wolf3D has finally been released. It includes a few recreations of the original levels - mainly boss levels - as well as two completely new levels. It also includes a version of the secret level "Wolf Pack" which is a lot closer to its Pacman roots. The two completely new levels are quite challenging and some strategy is required - especially the "Hills of Death Level" which even the game's creator is unable to finish. To complete that level would require the player to be excellent at fast-paced death match games.

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LEGO Wolf3D October 2012 Release with 3rd Person

LEGO Wolf3D October 2012 Release with 3rd Person

Oct 3, 2012 Full Version 2 comments

The October release includes third person gameplay... this view can be chosen when starting a new game. It can also be chosen in the middle of a game...

LEGO Wolf3D September 2012 Release with New Level

LEGO Wolf3D September 2012 Release with New Level

Sep 6, 2012 Full Version 2 comments

The latest release includes a challenging new level "The Hills of Death" and crosshairs to help give you a fighting chance.

LEGO Wolf3D Beta 2 Setup File

LEGO Wolf3D Beta 2 Setup File

May 13, 2011 Demo 15 comments

This release includes an animated level behind the main menu, a finished off new level called "Return of the Nazis", and the camera circles you if you...

LEGO Wolf3D Beta 1C Setup File

LEGO Wolf3D Beta 1C Setup File

Nov 12, 2010 Demo 4 comments

Originally the levels had no end. Now there is an animation of BJ when he finishes a level. The levels can end in the following ways: 1. Getting to the...

LEGOWolf3D Beta 1B - includes Gretel Grosse level

LEGOWolf3D Beta 1B - includes Gretel Grosse level

Nov 2, 2010 Demo 8 comments

Includes the first Wolfenstein 3-D level, plus the following bosses - Hans, Gretel, Hitler, Otto, General Fettgesicht, and the Ubermutant. Also includes...

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LucaP1000 Sep 11 2011 says:

I won't be looking for this anymore, unless you try to fix it. In just can't play it. I can get in the menu, but when I play it's just a black screen, but I can hear the sounds. I have an Intel i5, with Geforce GT 540M graphics card.

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legowolf3d Creator
legowolf3d Sep 27 2011 replied:

You might need to install the latest video card drivers... that's all I can think of.

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MaestroGamer May 18 2011 says:

Cool game .. tracking ..

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--JoKeR-- May 15 2011 says:

will you make all wolf3d maps playable or just the boss levels??

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legowolf3d May 15 2011 replied:

Unfortunately due to the requirement for lots of "zones" and "zone portals", it takes a very long time to make large levels, and even then they might run slowly (for example - the Ubermutant level). There will probably not be any more levels. A while ago I tried recruiting some mappers to make more levels but I got no offers. See:

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Pablo-- May 14 2011 says:

I have an error. I tried it on three computers. On the first one which has Intel GMA 4500M the game starts up but there is just black screen. I can navigate through the menu but I can't see the game. On the second computer which has Geforce 6100M it just says that it can't find the sound driver even though I have the newest DirectX and driver installed and on the third one with Geforce 7100M G it works very fast but there are slow downs. Any suggestions?

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legowolf3d May 14 2011 replied:

Sorry you've been having problems.
It looks like the Intel GMA 4500M may be "partially compatible".
As far as the DirectX driver for sound goes, you need to run dxwebsetup.exe and it installs some DirectX 9.0c drivers and then it should work. If not, maybe try installing new drivers for your sound card.
It's good that it works on your third computer. Yeah unfortunately there are slow downs. The Ubermutant level is particularly slow.
BTW does Beta 1C work on the other computers?

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Pablo-- Mar 16 2012 replied:

I'm extremely sorry that this reply is very late but I forgot about this. Anyway, I fixed the problem with the DirectX driver and 1C works on the other 3 computers but on my laptop for some reason still doesn't work. And even though I have a bad gpu (yeah intel) it still has the possibility of the game working properly on it (but with bad fps) I just want to find out what's the problem...

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Pablo-- Mar 16 2012 replied:

Yay! I got it to work! All you have to do is to type in ext in the console then disable all extensions. Happy game!

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Pablo-- Mar 16 2012 replied:

BTW, you don't have to turn them all of, only the packed buffer one, it seems that's the problem.

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Res1 May 3 2011 says:

Please be alive D:!

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