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Assault on Castle Wolfenstein

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Based on the id classic, “Wolfenstein 3D.” Stein.wad takes place during the 1940’s in an alternate reality in which clandestine research efforts and appeals to ancient, evil deities are about to give Germany an overwhelming advantage in World War II. This series includes period-accurate imagery and design elements relating to the setting and theme. Anyone who may be offended by the theme or images used in the series should refrain from playing it. The story is as follows…
In May, 1943, British intelligence received credible information regarding a German research facility at a remote castle named “Wolfenstein.” Not much is known about the nature of the research done there, but rumors abound. Some think powerful new weapons are being developed there. Others think that doctors use the fortress to conduct experiments on human subjects – using surgeries, drugs, or both – to engineer the perfect soldier: larger, stronger warriors who can go days or even weeks without sleep.
Little is known of the Commandant of Wolfenstein’s forces. He is said to hold frequent staff meetings. The meeting times, locations, topics, and members are all kept secret from those not attending. Even the lower officers consider the Commandant rather mysterious, if not a bit eerie. He is never seen in person by anyone other than his closest advisors, who relay his orders. Due to the isolated environment and the secretive nature of the facility, it seems possible that the Commandant may be distancing himself from the central command in Berlin and becoming something of a cult figure within the castle. As the top covert operative and intelligence agent in the United States, the Allies have asked you to infiltrate the castle, determine the nature of the facility there, and report back to our operatives in Europe for extraction. You are cleared to use your firearm at your discretion. Remember, this operation will turn the tide of the war.
Fans of the AD&D classic, Eye of the Beholder 2 (PC), may recognize a part of the third map.


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I actually enjoyed this although it felt like to me there needed to be a few more levels and different types of Nazis and should've have ww2 weaponry 5 levels just made it felt like it was ended to quickly but other than that.

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Zalewa

  
Mazes, nazis, mazes, bland visuals, mazes, swastikas, mazes. Shows some creativity and technical knowledge to build technically correct levels so doesn't deserve a zero, but is still a waste of time.

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Creative idea and fun to play, but seems like it really could have been tested better (useless secret in the first level, excessive supplies in the fifth, a lot of unusually easy combat).

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bleh, it's kinda cool. i understand the need for walkthru walls, but it could be hell when a demon steps up and bites your face off! ~1/5

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    • By Meril · Posted
      For 95' map is really ok. A bit "blocky" design, but not bad. Map is rather big, it takes me 40min but i get lost in one place. Some good traps, IMO kinda challanging at the begining, before you get ssg. Overall good classic wad.
    • By Erick · Posted
      Fun map that captures a nice TNT-ish feel with plenty of weird yet also nice looking rooms, groups of hitscanners and demons to blast through, and a sense of adventure to it. Taking the MAP14 slot, you would see the episode 2 skybox of TNT: Evilution and listen to the track "Cold Subtleness", both creating a nice atmosphere to the map. Worth checking out!
    • By Player Lin · Posted
      Doesn't like the layout and monster replacements, I didn't found RL until got the yellow key and found a lot of rockets, the location where RL is confusing me, and it also not fun when you get kicked down from the cliffs by Revenants, Mancubus and Archviles after the way to Blue key door, the way to the teleporter just far enough to kill you if not killed by monsters which kicked you down. Final timed puzzle room just nasty as the cyberdemon and archvile fights in the same place, not sure why make the level so big but can't make the fights with them also on bigger place too?   It's not bad level but I'm sure the frustration level is sky high, and not sure the slopes from ZDooM do anything good to this level too.
    • By Player Lin · Posted
      Normally, I don't like DooM (1 or UD) WADs because I tired shooting baddies with shotgun as most of them tend put a lot of shotgun guys/ammo and I have shot those full of shotty shit...well, this one can't escaped from that but I found author's tricky as I didn't found many of them(or they placed when I needed to use shotty), also the monster placements(with middle-tier ones) in this megawad helped too, even E1 doesn't suffers low-tier ammo-droping-fest unlike IWAD and most PWADs.   Level layouts and theme are interesting, some E3 levels just a little mazed but I feel okay, never get lost...many levels I feel plays like IWAD but better and larger, you'll found middle-tier monsters in E1 levels and it helps the gameplay, unlike the IWAD you'll have too much ammo in every level even pistol start, if you wasted too much and will out of ammo for sure(at least in UV).   All I can say about this megawad is...fun,  vanilla fun. Except E3M8, the yellow key area with platforming when all enemies + 4 cyberdemons are try to kill me and battles-of-deal-with-4-cyberdemons-or/and-other-powerful-monsters are nasty to me, on top of them, the final "BOSS"...I feel trolled...really? IoS-style?? IT'S ****ING DOOM, NOT DOOM 2 WHY USE IOS-STYLE AS FINAL BOSS?!  :P (At least there is no respawning monster cubes just annoying cyberdemons and barons...but they're still give me a lot of headaches as the battle area isn't very huge and a little cramped I think...)   But at least IDMUS11 helps me dealt with those problems all, for some reasons I feel the main theme of Power Ranger does fit DooM...don't know why but I keep switch to the theme with IDMUS11 cheat if I don't like the level's music, helps me blast through this megawad and the nasty E3M8. :P
    • By Doomkid · Posted
      Download the REAL file here (rd1.zip is NOT correct) https://www.doomworld.com/idgames/levels/doom2/megawads/d64d2   Shocked to see so many negative reviews. I had an absolute blast with this one, and I'm not sure what Nems was talking about with the Boom stuff as this runs in Doom2.exe with no trouble. In fact, there is a TON of impressive vanilla stuff going on here. I guess it was so well done that it tricked him.   This deserves a high score. It's a lot of fun.
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