Wolfenstein 3D is widely known as the very first First Person Shooter that changed gaming forever. One of the most popular shareware games ever for 3 straight years in a row, Wolfenstein 3D puts you in the pants of BJ Blackowicz, an american prisoner of war in a Nazi dungeon where you fight off guards, SS, dogs, zombies, and more assorted nazis! It is a gem every FPS player should have in their games collection!
In this release:
1. Full game controller support:
Splitwolf has been moved to SDL2 and has support for tons of game controllers, with many improvements:
Modern FPS controls (strafe/move with left stick, rotate with right stick)
Smooth gamepad controls let you strafe, turn, and creep up slowly behind your enemies
Support for SDL_GameControllerDB with controller mappings for all known game controllers
Ability to remap all 13 supported gamepad buttons
Ability to map pause to button on gamepad
Ability to map change player color key on gamepad
Ability to map show/hide minimap on gamepad
Ability to map strafe left / right buttons on gamepad
Ability to map turn left / right buttons on gamepad
Ability to zoom minimap with gamepad right stick Y axis
Ability to set per-gamepad sensitivity settings (so you can turn faster without pressing run)
Spear of Destiny
Mission Packs/Return to Danger
Vanilla mappacks and mods
3. Enhanced keyboard and mouse controls
Support enabling/disabling moving with mouse (player 1 only)
Support mapping strafe left/right and weapon prev/next to keyboard keys
4. New game modes
In addition to co-op classic Wolfenstein 3D gameplay, Splitwolf brings 9 new game modes:
You have only one life, but your weapons only take one shot to kill. Watch out, because so do the enemy's weapons!
Defuse the bomb
A bomb is spawned somewhere in the level, players must find and defuse it before time runs out, only then will the elevator unlock!
Carry the Flag
One player must carry the flag to the end of the level before the time runs out. You can't shoot when you have the flag, but you can impale Nazis with it or pass it to your friend with the use key!
Drink the blood of your enemies to survive! Spawn with all weapons and infinite ammo and try to finish the level before your blood bar drains.
Harvester pillars are placed randomly around the level, and after each kill, a skull is spawned on the pillars. You must find a pillar and collect the skull before the countdown ends to stay alive!
Mutant BJ All of your enemies are zombie BJs with random weapons!
Put your dukes up and knock your enemies out with fists of fury! Keep your adrenaline up to instagib enemies with one punch.
Nazi zombies are attacking! Kill them by ganging up on them with shots from multiple players, otherwise they reanimate!
Just like harvester, but with Nazi zombies that reanimate for an added challenge.
5. New weapons
Splitwolf brings the pain with an armored 2 player vehicle (one driver to run nazis over, and one gunner) equipped with a mounted gatling gun!
6. Tons of new art
From 8-way boss sprites to gib animations, Splitwolf brings a ton of new art that fits perfectly with the existing look of the game
If you already own Wolf3D or Spear of Destiny, dump all the files loosely into roms/ports/wolf3d/ "
Run RetroPie Setup Select "Update RetroPie-Setup Script"
Select "Manage Packages"
Select "Manage experimental Packages"
Select "Install/Update from Source"
After installation, you'll be able to launch Splitwolf from the Ports menu in EmulationStation.
Game files should be added to roms/ports/wolf3d/ before installation. If not present, the install script will download the shareware versions of Wolf3D and Spear of Destiny.
If you add new game data after install, simply run the following to create new shortcuts:
sudo ~/RetroPie-Setup/retropie_packages.sh splitwolf configure
For RetroPie-specific Splitwolf support and questions (RetroPie installation, game files, etc), post on the RetroPie forums.
For general Splitwolf support and questions (how to build, support for other platforms, map packs, etc), post on the Team Raycast forums.
If you already have Splitwolf up and running and you've found a bug (glitch with the game, crash while playing, etc), please report it using the Splitwolf issue tracker.
If you've found a bug with the RetroPie Setup installer, please report it using the RetroPie-Setup issue tracker.
DO NOT USE ISSUE TRACKERS FOR GENERAL SUPPORT OR QUESTIONS, YOU WILL NOT BE HELPED!
See the Splitwolf wiki for additional details, compilation instructions, game mode instructions, etc.
None of this would be possible without the hard work of the following people:
Multiplayer framework, new game modes: LinuxWolf
Gamepad support, configuration UI, and RetroPie implementation: lazd
Additional art: DoomJedi, Untrustable, Atina, PSTrooper, ArmanAhmadi
Title Screen: Atina
Title Screen Font: Tormentor667
SDL Port: Moritz "Ripper" Kroll
Original Wolfenstein 3D: id Software
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Port of SNES version of Wolfenstein 3D to ECWolf. Requires Wolfenstein 3D 1.4 and the latest dev version of ECWolf.
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Wolfenstein 3D , known as the "grandfather of First-person shooters" (technically it was Hovertank 3D) paved the way of a new genre of shooter games in the 90's that will later on inspire the creation of DOOM and the FPS genre as a whole. Wolfenstein 3D consists of 6 episodes chronicling the adventures of an OSS agent named B.J Blaskowicz, his exploits include foiling nazi chemical operations,escaping a heavily guarded castle, killing a mad scientist and putting a stop to his mutants before finally…
Mar 18 2015 by .Eiko