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Release: Die, Himmler, Die! (MacenWolf)

The latest release for the MacenWolf Project is out, and it’s a Laz Rojas release!

Serpens’ latest port is that of Die, Himmler, Die!, a 10-level release originally for Mac Wolf3D, with many changed graphics and sounds.

Laz is one of the more well-known members of the Mac Wolf3D Community, and his projects are often well made and entertaining, including titles like Astrostein and Halten Sie!

You can read about the release and download it in the associated release article, and it can be played using a copy of either MacenWolf: The Second Encounter or MacenWolf: The Third Encounter, updated to the latest version.


Release: Fuckerstein-3D (DOS)

Asgore89 has released the first version of his project, Fuckerstein-3D, pending a later more refined version.

The project is designed to be purposely difficult; utilizing glitches and unusual mapping choices, describing itself as “utter bullsh*t” at times.

The game is built on the shareware version of Wolfenstein 3D, and can be run on it’s own using most source ports.

Download Fuckerstein-3D (Wolf3D.net)


Release: Loganstein 3D: Episode 2 (DOS)

Following the release of the first episode just two days ago, YellowHeron has released Loganstein: Episode 2 as of yesterday.

Loganstein 3D: Episode 2 includes the first episode released a couple of days ago, plus minor modifications to the second Episode (With the inclusion of level one from Spear of Destiny).

The mod is available to download here, and can be played using LZWolf or ECWolf, or with your port of preference.


A new MacenWolf release has come out, making it the sixth in the past month!

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This time, Wolfenstein 3D Master Archive has been ported from Mac Wolf3D to Windows. The game is by an author going by the name Chris1201, and is apparently a shareware/demo release despite spanning a whopping 67 levels!

Along with the new game, this release includes an update for MacenWolf, bringing it to version 1.14.

Wolfenstein 3D Master Archive is playable using a copy of either MacenWolf: The Second Encounter or MacenWolf: The Third Encounter, updated to the latest version.

You can find out more about the game, as well as downloads and updates for the game, in the accompanying MacenWolf release article.


Release: Loganstein 3D: Episode 1 (DOS)

YellowHeron has released his very first mod for Wolf3D today!

Titled Loganstein 3D: Episode 1, the project is a minor modification of the shareware version of the game; some graphical and map changes, but it’ll be largely familiar to most Wolf3D players.
There are some glitched sounds to be wary of.

YellowHeron has also stated that “Episode 2 is coming soon”.

The game comes bundled with LZWolf, but should be playable with your source port of preference.

Download Loganstein 3D: Episode 1 (Wolf3D.net)

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Release: Spooky 3D (DOS)

For Halloween, we have a new title by Falcon93 to celebrate!

Spooky 3D is released as a Halloween Edition of his earlier title, Knights of the SS : Armour of Beowulf (Released in 2017).

The game is one level long, and features some graphical changes.

The game is released on the shareware version of Wolf3D, and can function with most source ports.

Download Spooky 3D (via Wolf3D.net)


A couple of days ago saw Serpens release a few more ports to the MacenWolf Project’s increasing library!

There are four projects, with one (JungleStein) having an unknown author, and the other three releases originally by Miguel Faria.

You can read about and download these games in the associated MacenWolf release article.

Whichever of these four games you look into and decide to play, they can be run using a copy of either MacenWolf: The Second Encounter or MacenWolf: The Third Encounter, updated to the latest version.


This latest MacenWolf release by Serpens is one themed around unusual game titles related to Hitler.

There are 5 mapsets, most of which were created by Richard Peck, with one release by another modder called Ian Brown.
They range in levels (As low as 1 map, to as high as 11 in one project), and have fun titles including Hitler Watches Law and Order and Hitler’s Labor Day Picnic.

The MacenWolf release comes with an article speaking in some depth about Richard Peck and his mapping style. You can read it as well as find downloads for each title here.

The games can be played using either a copy of MacenWolf: The Second Encounter or MacenWolf: The Third Encounter, updated to the latest version.


Serpens is finding more time for the MacenWolf project it seems, as already we have another two ports for it!

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Laz Rojas’ Escape from Totenhaus and Escape from Totenhaus: Special Edition are two of their “deluxe scenarios”, each providing 10 levels, with altered art and graphics throughout.

The name may be familiar to Windows players already, as Escape from Totenhaus was one of the games that Laz ported to the DOS version of Wolfenstein 3D over 18 years ago.
These newer versions differ though, in their more accurate emulation of the MacPlay Wolfenstein 3D experience.

Both of these MacenWolf games can be played with a copy of either MacenWolf: The Second Encounter or MacenWolf: The Third Encounter, updated to the latest version.