Wolfram is a modern remake of Wolfenstein 3D, game created by id Software in 1992. It features modern graphics including per-pixel lighting and shadows, ragdoll physics, real 3D environment, gameplay enchancements, achievement system and many other original innovations. Plunge into a total flashback!

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Wolfram essentially is a graphical update to the original Wolfenstein 3D created by id software. Splendidly, the game stays extraordinarily close to the original material; the updated graphics and animations enhance rather than hinder the experience.It is a pleasure to re-live nostalgic moments through HD glasses.

Although it is neither a mod nor a remake, this 'update' to Wolfenstein 3D is still fun to play and fun to look at.

Much thanks to the creator of Wolfram.

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great job. I understand you might not be making the rest of the game, due to time/giant job but really awesome work on the engine you have made/built on.

I know this would have taken a very long time. and congrats for getting to a point to release. thats what I am so Impressed on.

love the feel you picked and great detail you did. you and your team should be proud.

I love the style of the game, I just hope for the full 6 Episodes like in the original Wolfenstein 3D. The gameplay is fairly nice and it's pretty much the best remake so far.

it keeps telling me that software emulation is not allowed, until i find a soulution i will keep a low rating

The best remake I have ever played. Perfectly capture the atmosphere.
Everything made on the conscience.
Hard difficulty is really hard to play - I love it. It is challenge which so rare in modern games.

Great game considering it can run on my Pentium 4 at 60 fps! A few complaints, mainly about the modeling and level placement, such as the Guard model/skin and the absence of chandeliers, but overall a good game! Please continue the project!

This is a great remake, the graphics, gameplay, almost everything has been remade. the only thing that made me give this a 9/10 was the music, it just didnt fit. i mean, 8-bit (or 16-bit? idk) music for a 3D game? come on, It should atleast be an orchestral soundtrack you could find on like, youtube or something. anyway, great remake, great game. espicially two acheivments that i like very, very, much.

A well made remake of the original Wolfenstine. Gun play needs some work but they seem to have a good idea of what they are doing.

Perfect remake of perfect game.


By far, the nicest remake I've seen!

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