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    Wolfenstein 3D

    Wolfenstein 3D

    Each episode features nine levels (or "maps"), which must be finished sequentially. Levels are completed by reaching an elevator that leads to the next level. The player must fight guards, dogs, and other enemies while maintaining supplies of ammunition and health. If the player's health falls to zero, the player loses one life and all his or her guns and ammunition, except a pistol with eight rounds and a knife. A submachine gun and a rapid-firing chain gun, which all use the same type of ammunition, are also available. Like the previous game, the player can use stealth to kill enemies or escape without drawing their attention, however this trick best work with Nazis. The player begins each episode with three lives, and can gain more lives by finding extra-life tokens or by earning 40,000 points. The original version of the game allows the player to save the game at any point, while in most console versions the player must complete each level before saving the game. The players can collect treasures scattered throughout the levels to boost their score. Walls can be searched for secret passages which lead to caches of treasure, ammunition, and/or health refills. Percentages for collecting treasures, eliminating enemies and discovering secrets discovered are displayed at the end of each level. The player can score additional bonus points by earning a 100% kill, secret, or treasure ratio, or completing the level more quickly than average.

    Each episode has a different boss, who must be killed in the final mission to complete the episode. Unlike normal enemies, boss enemies are drawn from one angle instead of eight; they are always facing the player, and so cannot be taken by surprise. Bosses are initially stationary and do not become active until they see the player. When most bosses are dead, a replay (called a deathcam) of the boss' death is shown and the episode ends. In other levels there is an exit from the stronghold behind the boss; entering it causes the camera to rotate to face Blazkowicz and show him running out and jumping in elation. Each episode has one secret level that can only be accessed when player uncovers a hidden elevator. The secret level of the third episode is a recreation of a level in Pac-Man complete with ghosts, which the player sees from Pac-Man's perspective.

    We also bring other discovery games similar to this game such as Doom Triple Pack and Nova Xonix 3D. Are you ready for your journey and become the best player in the game? Play this today on http://www.kizi-2018.com.

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Wolfenstein 3D

Wolfenstein 3D

Date added: 25/01/2019

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Each episode features nine levels (or "maps"), which must be finished sequentially. Levels are completed by reaching an elevator that leads to the next level. The player must fight guards, dogs, and other enemies while maintaining supplies of ammunition and health. If the player's health falls to zero, the player loses one life and all his or her guns and ammunition, except a pistol with eight rounds and a knife. A submachine gun and a rapid-firing chain gun, which all use the same type of ammunition, are also available. Like the previous game, the player can use stealth to kill enemies or escape without drawing their attention, however this trick best work with Nazis. The player begins each episode with three lives, and can gain more lives by finding extra-life tokens or by earning 40,000 points. The original version of the game allows the player to save the game at any point, while in most console versions the player must complete each level before saving the game. The players can collect treasures scattered throughout the levels to boost their score. Walls can be searched for secret passages which lead to caches of treasure, ammunition, and/or health refills. Percentages for collecting treasures, eliminating enemies and discovering secrets discovered are displayed at the end of each level. The player can score additional bonus points by earning a 100% kill, secret, or treasure ratio, or completing the level more quickly than average.

Each episode has a different boss, who must be killed in the final mission to complete the episode. Unlike normal enemies, boss enemies are drawn from one angle instead of eight; they are always facing the player, and so cannot be taken by surprise. Bosses are initially stationary and do not become active until they see the player. When most bosses are dead, a replay (called a deathcam) of the boss' death is shown and the episode ends. In other levels there is an exit from the stronghold behind the boss; entering it causes the camera to rotate to face Blazkowicz and show him running out and jumping in elation. Each episode has one secret level that can only be accessed when player uncovers a hidden elevator. The secret level of the third episode is a recreation of a level in Pac-Man complete with ghosts, which the player sees from Pac-Man's perspective.

We also bring other discovery games similar to this game such as Doom Triple Pack and Nova Xonix 3D. Are you ready for your journey and become the best player in the game? Play this today on http://www.kizi-2018.com.

Game controls:

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Keyboard Controls
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Alright, here are the controls for the keyboard that are used for the game. You
can configure the keyboard controls any time using the Controls option on the
Main Menu.

Up Key: Move forward
Down Key: Move backward
Left Key: Move left
Right Key: Move Right
CTRL: Shoot weapon
ALT (while held) in Combination with Left and Right Keys: Strafe left or right.
SpaceBar: Open doors, activate switches, and open secret doors, etc.
Shift (while held) in Combination with all 4 keys: Run
1: Changes to Knife
2: Changes to Pistol
3: Changes to Machine Gun
4: Changes to Chaingun
Esc: Go to the Main Menu
Pause: Pause the game
Print Screen: Copies the image shown
F1: Help menu
F2: Quick Save
F3: Quick Load
F4: Sound Effects/Music Options
F5: Change the Screen Menu
F6: Controls Option
F7: Quit Option
F8: Quick Save
F9: Quick Load
F10: Quit Option
Insert: Alternate Fire Button
Home: Alternate Fire Button
Delete: Alternate Fire Button
End: Alternate Fire Button
Page Up: Alternate Fire Button
Page Down: Alternate Fire Button
Up 8: Move forward
Right 6: Move Right
Left 4: Move Left
Down 2: Move backward

Note that Up 8, Right 6, Left 4, and Down 2 are the number keys to the very
right of the keyboard. If I say, press Up 8, look onto the right of the
keyboard to the numbers there, find Up 8, and press it. You will go forward.
Got it? Ok...

 

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Mouse Controls
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Ok, this section will explain the known controls for the mouse used in this
game. You can configure these controls by going to the Main Menu and then
clicking on the Control Tab.

Left Mouse Button: Fire Gun
Right Mouse Button (while held) while moving the mouse from right to left:
Strafe to the left and right.
Middle Mouse Button: Open doors, activate elevator exit switches, open secret
doors, etc....

Alright, I think that about does it... If I have missed any, please email me
with the new controls I forgot about.

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