"Operation Eisenfaust : Origins" by Team RayCast.
A friendly Wolfenstein 3D community, about Wolfenstein 3D, the game that gave birth to first person shooters...
to prevent another bug called "x-ray guards" that could shoot you behind/through those "blocking-looking" walls.
I started the game .. all very much. Separately like plot "Operation Eisenfaust: Origins". Very original story turned out.@doomjedi wrote:"Operation Eisenfaust : Origins" by Team RayCast.
Those are not fully mutated mutants yet, they are partly humans, you still hope to find a cure to revert the process and "save" them.@Thomas wrote:I was also wondering... And why do you get punished for shooting the mutants?
You are probably refer to a map named "Morals". I wonder why it's called that.......I currently reached a bonus level, 30, from level 9. Mutants all over the place. It's almost as if you have to shoot some in order to get on.
It's ok, it's a public mod@Akuul wrote:
I could not remain silent and to talk about "Operation Eisenfaust: Origins" in the Russian forum
Not exactly. "Team RayCast" prefers not to discuss details of unannounced projects - not to hype them up for high expectations - this is the exact reason they stay "unannounced" - and we plan to keep it that way.@Akuul wrote:I also wanted to ask .. You'll make a sequel "Operation Eisenfaust: Origins"?
That's a secret level. Just like in Wolf3D.@Thomas wrote:I currently reached a bonus level, 30, from level 9
Thanks for the info. I must be an idiot if I can't find my way to the key. Though I did have fun in level 2 running around killing the chaingunners with the sinper rifle.@ronwolf1705 wrote:At the start of the level, you can see the purple key behind bars. You need to find your way to the other side. No keys are behind a secret wall on that level.
Eisenfaust.exe --windowed-mouse --res 960 600
If that doesn't work try simply "Eisenfaust.exe --windowed".
I think it does make finishing difficult levels easier. I've played with both keyboard only and mouse and keyboard for extended periods of time.@doomjedi wrote:Never play Wolf3D with mouse
Probably you're the one who keeps voting Average in every poll I put up for it - not a; accusation, but an educated guess.
I can agree with that. Otherwise people get skewed impression. Didn't see any positive feedback on art, sounds...@WolfForever wrote:For example if you think the mod scores about 80 percent overall, then about 80 percent of the text in the review should focus on what's good.
if he appreciates the review then I can't hesitate to say it's well written.
What do you mean by your magnifying glass comes from the observer statement though?