What is going on? Are you selling your extra copies?
I’m busy in the process of renovating, moving into a different house, & I’ll have to photograph my Wolfenstein collection another month. The ones that I have that you didn’t photograph are:
-Barneystein disk art
-Wolfenstein 3D Version 1.4G disk art
-Wolfenstein 3D Super Upgrades box (The 1994 box had the Earth with stars around it & looked like a promotion for Apogee Software)
-Wolfenstein: The New Order DVD
-The American Doom 2 box (The non-German Doom 2 has 2 secret levels of Wolfenstein 3D. The German version leaves it out because of censorship)
-Does the Extreme ROTT box count? (Rise of The Triad was originally going to be an expansion pack for Wolfenstein 3D)
-The North American Wolfenstein 3D for Game Boy Advance with the box art & manual
Here are the ones that neither of us have:
-The Dutch and/or German Doom 2 has a different box on Ebay
-There’s a Wolfenstein: The New Order Panzerhund Edition:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00KC7171C/ref=sr_1_5_twi_gam_1_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1442108907&sr=8-5&keywords=Wolfenstein%3A+The+New+Order or Ebay.com
-ID Anthology from 1997 includes Wolfenstein 3D
-The boxes of The Super Nintendo, Super Famicom, Atari Jaguar, & Macintosh Wolfenstein 3D.
-The Super Nintendo’s Super Noah’s Ark 3D box
-This is The Software Labs (From America) box art: http://diehardwolfers.areyep.com/viewtopic.php?t=6959
-The strange Spear of Destiny disk art where William Blazcowics is replaced with apparently a romanticized Native American couple going spear hunting. I only saw it once on Ebay.
-The Wolfenstein 3D T-shirt. This was in an Apogee catalog in about 1994. It advertised a smiling girl that looks like she’s about 14-years-old with wavy blonde hair & wearing it. The shirt had William Blazcowics in a pose with the chaingun and text of “Wolfenstein 3D: Any Question & Lead Is the Answer.”
-On Ebay you can also get CDs of dozens of shareware games including Wolfenstein 3D on the CD. You might scratch your head in confusion wondering what on Earth these games have in common with Wolfenstein 3D other than they are from the 1990s & non-Macintosh games
-The 3D Realms Anthology Steam box doesn't seem to be mass produced: https://3drealms.com/news/3d-realms-anthology-steam/
EDIT: -The Nintendo Virtual Boy was a 1995 or 1996 system with about 16 English-language games released to the public. Wolfenstein 3D either wasn't finished or released to the public for The Virtual Boy. I found only one picture of the Wolfenstein 3D's Virtual Boy box art on the internet.
Last edited by stathmk on Sat Sep 12, 2015 7:39 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : The Nintendo Virtual Boy)