Posts Tagged "3d"

Wolfenstein 3D review

Join me as I recall my first time encountering the legendary American spy William Joseph “B.J.” Blazkowicz, and his heroic adventures in samey looking Nazi fortresses known as Wolfenstein 3D (id Software/Apogee Software, 1992). Why are all the turkey dinners on the floor? Is that some sort of a German thing? Mein leben! MobyGames page: http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/wolfenstein-3d […]

Skunny games

Today I take a look at six games starring Skunny Hardnut, an attempt at creating a PC shareware mascot by a Belgian company Copysoft. Grab a sticky nut pudding & join Skunny on his adventures in the Middle East, the Moon, a forest, Ancient Rome, the Wild West, and an alleged case of copyright infringement. […]

Alone in the Dark

France is known for many things, but videogames were never really a part of them. Strange because France produces a lot of games, but especially so because back in the days of the PC boom of the 80s and 90s a lot of beautiful & genre breaking games came out of France. Alone in the Dark was one of […]

DOOM, Modding, and Walking Simulators

Today I share a few things I’ve been thinking about recently. Let me take you through a brief summary of early DOOM modding history, and then tell you my stance on Walking Simulators.

“Blood” help screen

Was just reminiscing about this on the podcast, so I just HAD TO make a video of it, so it could be preserved: The magnificent HELP section from the classic DOS first person shooter Blood. We need more stuff like that in games today.   Buy Blood: One Whole Unit here: http://www.gog.com/gamecard/one_unit_whole_blood