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Friday, 11 May 2012 12:50

Wolfenstein 3D gets free browser version

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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20th anniversary in style

id Software and Bethesda have obviously decided to celebrate Wolfenstein 3D’s 20th anniversary in style, by launching a free browser version of the game.

The game is a full port of the original game and I must admit that it was quite a walk down memory lane. Once revered as the top 3D fun one can get, mouthwatering experience that left “gamers” wanting for more, Wolfenstein 3D is a browser game now – how old can one get, eh?

The game runs good so feel free to try it out here. Additionally, the company released video footage of the game with commentary by none other than John Carmack himself, and you can find it here.


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