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“Wolfenstein 3D,” In Your Browser

It’s been 20 years since the release of Wolfenstein 3D, and to celebrate, Bethesda Software has posted a browser-based version so you can relive the first person shooter magic. Go here and waste the rest of the day.

(Beware — it’s not working for me in Firefox for the Mac. It is, however, working in Chrome and Safari)

Here’s a director’s commentary track on video, featuring id Software Technical Director John Carmack:

Now, if you’ll excuse me, there are Nazis to shoot….

HT: Kotaku

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Comments

  1. Adam says:

    D’oh. No problem I just had to push my invisible glasses up and chime in. Keep up the great work on the site and the youtube content and the podcasts and the mind controlling Nerdist Bees!

  2. @adam Aaugh! Typo! Fixed- thanks! (10, 20… What’s the margin of error?)

  3. What? You mean I can play it without downloading it from a BBS?! The future is now!!

  4. Adam says:

    Hasn’t it been 20 years since Wolfenstein 3-D Came out?