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Wolfenstein 3D: Spear Of Destiny

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wolfensteinspearofdestiny.zip (23.28 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

NOTE!: This game is a fan-made port by Laz Rojas; more of his work can be found at Laz's Wolf3d Page
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"Spear of Destiny, often also called Spear, Wolfenstein 3D: Spear of Destiny or just SoD, is a 1992 first-person shooter computer game developed by id Software and published by FormGen Corporation, and is the prequel to id Software's Wolfenstein 3D. As in Wolfenstein 3D, the player assumes the role of allied spy William 'B.J.' Blazkowicz, on a mission trying to recapture the Spear of Destiny from the Nazis after it was stolen from Versailles."

"The game consists of one 21-level episode, 19 of which need to be completed in order to win the game. The remaining two levels are secret levels that can be accessed from within the first 18 levels. The gameplay is identical to that of Wolfenstein 3D, which uses the same game engine. The levels can be divided into four blocks ('Tunnels', 'Dungeons', 'Castle', and 'Ramparts'), each ending with the player having to defeat a 'boss'."

"Two mission packs for Spear of Destiny, titled Return to Danger and Ultimate Challenge were also created and published by FormGen Corporation in May 1994. These are collectively known as the 'Lost Episodes', due to the fact that they were sold in low numbers and their existence is not widely known. Each of these, too, consists of 21 levels. The Lost Episodes include new textures and new palette swaps of old enemies." --Wikipedia.org

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Architecture: 68k PPC

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by MCP - 2010, December 20 - 2:03pm

I've uploaded a new archive featuring much more from Laz's Wolf3D Page.