For those of you unfamiliar with my annotated games, I save the floors at the exit elevator when I have 100% kill and treasure scores, and 100% of the secrets whenever possible. I also save the locations of keys, when bosses will be encountered, and sundry other situations which may or may not be noteworthy. I also provide strategy notes on how to succeed in certain scenarios encountered on each floor. I always play in "I am death incarnate" mode. Brian Lowe has been kind enough to make these annotated files available on the Wolfenstein 3D dome.
My past annotated games include Totengraeber II, Project Eisenritter, Operation Heimzahlung, Secret Missions 4, SOD - A Touch of Nazi, and Spear: Resurrection. Kill Hitler by Kyle and Coming of the Storm are also available in partially annotated versions, mostly just some of the floors saved, with less detailed notes. I think I did another of Kyle's games once, but I can't remember which. I think it was about six floors, and there was some sort of robot boss at the end. If that sounds familiar, let me know, and I'll try to dig it up.
At some point, I hope to do a fully annotated version of Coming of the Storm. The first eight or nine floors are done, but I became diverted by other interests and responsibilities.
When I make the annotated versions, I play as "Henry Irons", a former black ops collegue of BJ. Henry's weapon of choice is his knife, "Molly", and he only uses a firearm when it's absolutely necessary. This style allows me to leave behind most of the ammo and health supplements when I complete a floor. I have to pick up the BJ life bubbles for my treasure bonus, otherwise I'd leave those behind, too.
I've played Wolfenstein games on and off since 1992, I just haven't posted in any forums before the last couple of days. If you're interested in my current project, or any of my past annotated games, look for them on the Dome. I also share them on Emule, and they can be had by e-mail as well, You can get me at email@example.com
If any of you are interested in computer fonts, I make those, too. You can find my downloads page at:
http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/bobistheowl.html My fonts are quite different than anyone else's. They use extra large graphics, and thus, have huge file sizes. The open very slowly in preview, using a ton of memory, but they work fine when installed. They are known to create problems with Windows Vista when Clearface is enabled. Other than that, they're really nice esoteric fonts to own, and some of them have practical uses, for some people. I hope it's not against the rules to shill my other work here.
Watch for episodes 3 and 4 of the annotated The Final Fight, coming soon. I have a lot of free time over the next couple of weeks, and I'll be using a fair bit of it for Wolfenstein 3D.