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?