A faithful port of Macintosh Wolfenstein 3D to PC using the Wolf4SDL base, this mod brings you some vintage Mac gameplay and prepares the ground for future Mac mod ports.
Ayapen and Ayapenmania were not actually released by Ayapen. In fact, Ayapen probably does not even exist. Instead, enjoy these 10 maps by Butcha.
Now that we have covered Simon's Pak by Simon, let us move to Ayapen and Ayapenmania by... wait for it... actually, his name is Butcha. All I know about Butcha is that he was a friend of Clubey. Ayapen is nine maps, while Ayapenmania is only 1 map long (Clubey citing the author's petering out enthusiasm as the reason), so we've got 10 maps for the First Encounter to speak of. Clubey warns that these maps are tough and some gameplay tricks (helpfully described on his old website Web.archive.org) might be necessary to beat them. Caveat emptor then, but if you bother with downloading these sets in the first place, you're probably familiar with the hardcore tricks anyway...