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    Emulating other Wolfenstein and Doom games?

    Post by stathmk on Wed May 21, 2008 10:50 am

    Castle Wolfenstein from the 1980s: http://www.the-underdogs.info/game.php?gameid=2039 Beyond Castle Wolfenstein from the 1980s: http://www.the-underdogs.info/game.php?name=Beyond+Castle+Wolfenstein Apparently these are both for the Apple IIGS, I think. Ive found the Beyond Castle Wolfenstein Project to emulate one of them: http://www.oldskool.org/pc/BCW . Does anybody know what emulation program should be used to get the Castle Wolfenstein game running?

    I've also heard that there's Wolfenstein and Doom for The Atari Jaguar, The Spear of Destiny and Wolfenstein 3D for the Macintosh, and Doom 64. Type "Macintosh Garden" in a search engine, and it's the only place that I've found for abandonware color Macintosh games. I don't have a clue how to find the other roms or emulate them.

    According to Wikipedia, Noah's Ark 3D is the only unlicensed Super NES game. Does anybody have the Super NES roms of Noah's Ark 3D, Wolfenstein 3D, or Doom? What's the best Super NES emulator?

    By the ways, speaking of 3D and The Super NES; I've beaten Jurassic Park for The Super NES. It's like Wolfenstein 3D's and The Legend of Zelda's perspectives put together. It was good technology for the year that it came out. I recommend buying it at a garage sale or antique store, but not at the highest bid on EBay. I bought it at a rummage sale.

    Wolfenstein 3D wasn't the first 3D game. Somebody said that Catacombs 7 or Catacombs Abyss (?) was the first 3D game. I disagree because we had a black and white Macintosh. The bobsled game on some sort of Olympic Winter Games disk was 3D and animated. The Scarab of Ra was 3D with animals and a mummy that attack you, but it had no animations unless you count the animals getting smaller as they are farther away. 3D flight simulators were probably also before the time in 1992 that Wolfenstein was released. Don't ask me for the Macintosh games, I don't have them working anymore.

    So, does anybody know what emulation program should be used to get the 1980s Castle Wolfenstein game running?

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    Re: Emulating other Wolfenstein and Doom games?

    Post by Valts on Wed May 21, 2008 11:16 am

    Use Dosbox, here is link http://www.dosbox.com/,[/url]
    if you are unsure about how to use Dosbox, here is tutorial,
    http://www.abandonia.com/node/23854

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    Re: Emulating other Wolfenstein and Doom games?

    Post by Schabbs on Wed May 21, 2008 12:41 pm

    @stathmk wrote:Castle Wolfenstein from the 1980s: http://www.the-underdogs.info/game.php?gameid=2039 Beyond Castle Wolfenstein from the 1980s: http://www.the-underdogs.info/game.php?name=Beyond+Castle+Wolfenstein Apparently these are both for the Apple IIGS, I think. Ive found the Beyond Castle Wolfenstein Project to emulate one of them: http://www.oldskool.org/pc/BCW . Does anybody know what emulation program should be used to get the Castle Wolfenstein game running?


    On my extras page, if you scroll down to the Castle Wolfenstein section (about halfway down the page), there is an Apple emulator that you can download. Also there are 4 games including Castle Wolfenstein. I just tested the Castle Wolfenstein on the Apple emulator and works fine with Windows XP.

    My extras page is at http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~brlowe/extras.htm .



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    Re: DOSBox

    Post by stathmk on Wed May 21, 2008 12:42 pm

    @Valts wrote:Use Dosbox, here is link http://www.dosbox.com/,[/url]
    if you are unsure about how to use Dosbox, here is tutorial,
    http://www.abandonia.com/node/23854
    I had mistaken both for Apple IIGS games, so DOSBox didn't cross my mind that time. Thank you for pointing out that these are DOS, and not Apple IIGS. I've used DOSBox before. I used mounting to emulate my registered copy of The 11th Hour (The sequel to the 7th Guest) in DOSBox.

    Now I just need Mo'Slo or CPU Kill from the bottom of this page: http://www.3drealms.com/downloads.html or something similar. Castle Wolfenstein is super fast in DOSBox. I should read that tutorial and see if they recommend a program similar to Mo'Slo or CPU Kill, which I haven't used yet.

    The descriptions of both games have some ideas that would be good for mods. For instance, hand grenades that blow up a wall, bribing lower ranked guards, and other things.

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    Re: Emulating other Wolfenstein and Doom games?

    Post by stathmk on Wed May 21, 2008 1:06 pm

    @Schabbs wrote:On my extras page, if you scroll down to the Castle Wolfenstein section (about halfway down the page), there is an Apple emulator that you can download. Also there are 4 games including Castle Wolfenstein. I just tested the Castle Wolfenstein on the Apple emulator and works fine with Windows XP.

    My extras page is at http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~brlowe/extras.htm .
    Thanks. I'll try this Apple emulator.

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    Re: Apple Emulator

    Post by stathmk on Wed May 21, 2008 1:58 pm

    @stathmk wrote:Thanks. I'll try this Apple emulator.
    Update: I tried using the Apple emulator and I admit that I don't understand how to use it yet. I'll have to find a tutorial or research it more. However, I do understand how to use DOSBox.

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    Re: Emulating other Wolfenstein and Doom games?

    Post by Schabbs on Wed May 21, 2008 2:15 pm

    Unzip the Applewin.zip into a folder.
    Unzip wolfens.zip into the same folder.
    Run Applewin.exe.
    Click on the Master One button.
    Select wolfenstein.dsk and press open.
    Click on the Apple button.

    I hope that works. For a tutorial, click the top right button after you run Applewin.exe.



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    It worked now.

    Post by stathmk on Wed May 21, 2008 3:07 pm

    It worked now. I must be the one in purple and I keep on getting caught. I think that those are ammo boxes, but I can't pick them up. How do you pick up ammo? Has anybody beaten this game?

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    Beyond Castle Wolfenstein Video

    Post by stathmk on Mon Jul 07, 2008 7:57 pm

    Here's a video of a Beyond Castle Wolfenstein playthrough with some related videos on the right side of the screen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5YuhTr79F8&feature=related
    I know that this video is for the Commodore 64: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO7Im2S0k9I&feature=related

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