WARNING! The gameplay footage in this episode contains violent imagery. If you are under the age of 18, or if you find such content offensive, please do not watch this episode.
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Here's a link to the page at 3D Relams where you can buy the original Wolfenstein 3D or download the shareware version: http://www.3drealms.com/wolf3d
Please don't mind that I stumbled on a few words in this episode. I was suffering from an extremely nasty headache while doing the voiceover and as such it was hard to know when I was making mistakes... and I was kinda in too much pain to care either way. x_x;
There were a few things I didn't mention. The opening theme to the game is actually an Adlib rendition of the "Horst-Wessel-Lied", the anthem used by the Nazi Party. Must've been an awkward thing for Bobby Prince to work on; imagine trying to tell your friends and family about it! ^_^;
You can pick up silver and gold keys in this game to unlock special doors, though said doors don't tell you whether you need the silver key or gold key to open them until you actually attempt it. :P
Clever viewers will notice that none of the game footage is from episodes 4 through 6. I was really pressed for time while making this episode because of how huge this game is and I had to choose between either showing footage from those episodes with me blatantly cheating, showing just the first levels of those later episodes, or finishing episode 3 and getting to show the Pac-Man level and Adolf Hitler turning into a gory pile of dead. I think I made the best choice. ;)
There are a bunch of source ports for this game, including one that's completely done with voxel graphics, but I find despite any of these I still prefer the original DOS experience, unlike Doom where I find the jDoom port is far superior to the original DOS version!
Although Debug Mode is one way to get guns, ammo and keys to help you out, there's also a cheat code where by holding I, L and M all at once, you'll achieve pretty much the same effect! ;)
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