The mod is designed from the ground up to appear to be a terribly amateur effort, complete with a “manual” with over-the-top mispellings. THW releases tend to have interesting things hidden behind the curtain though, whether they be interesting weaponry or cool exploratory goals.
The game comes with all the files necessary to play, but will require DosBox to do so.
Project Zerstörer (Shown Left) is a large-in-scope game spanning 10 levels with new graphics and sound effects. This mod had an interesting gimmick when it originally came out regarding the boss level, explained in the MacenWolf article.
Spear of Destiny (Shown Right) is exactly how it sounds; this is an unusual situation of MacenWolf porting a game from Mac that was in itself a mod that ported the original Spear of Destiny from PC to Mac. The project spans the full game, with Laz Rojas making efforts to work around the restrictive differences of the Mac environment.
There’s no shortage of Wolfenstein 3D mods that incorporate the author’s name into the game. Yesterday, Serpens released another large collection of 8 ports for the MacenWolf project, chosen for their naming conventions.
Tim’s game, Tim’s Wolf Maps appear to be the star release in this set. The project itself spans a whopping 38 maps spread out over multiple scenarios, and due to it’s use of procedural generation, warranted an interesting chunk of discussion in the accompanying MacenWolf article.
ZanuAF has already come out with a new release, this one titled The Aftermath!
This five map adventure includes a story, albiet one that is a little more “subdued” compared to their earlier releases, but makes up for it with ZanuAF’s thus-far typical penchant for emulating old grindhouse movies.
This particular game will require the full version of Spear of Destiny to play, as well as a copy of LZWolf updated to the latest version.
ZanuAF has released a new story-rich game with the amazing name Acid Blitzkrieg on Sunset Strip.
Much like his first project Die Fatface, Die!, this game has a lengthy story to read in-game, and even comes with another accompanying movie poster as a bonus in the download.
The game includes changes to gameplay (among other features), the most immediately noticeable of which are the sped up weapon attacks; guns will shoot much faster, so be sure to be careful you don’t waste all your ammo.
Acid Blitzkrieg on Sunset Strip is six levels long, and will run using LZWolf, provided you have a copy of the full version of Wolfenstein 3D.
Scott64 has released the first early beta of what he has announced as a trilogy of games starring an un-expected main character; the rapper 50 Cent.
His first release is actually a remake of a project released on DOS Wolf3D back in 2011, titled Life on the Streets Episode 1 (Originally released by a modder called Racquetball1987).
This remake is built using LZWolf, utilizing various features it provides (Like billboards, and lighting effects) to emulate and in some areas attempt to improve the original experience.
This serves as an early release of his project, which will run on (the latest version of) LZWolf provided you own the full version of Wolfenstein 3D. Be sure to follow the ModDB profile for the game to be informed of future updates!