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Software News   Software News : Screenshots OS4 version of Wolfenstein 3D
   posted by Alkemyst on 3-Jan-2004 15:35:56 (11900 reads)
Developer: Steven Fuller who is part of the team porting Gorky 17 to Linux and AmigaOS4.

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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
Posted on 3-Jan-2004 16:12:48
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Does this mean we're in for another 200 comment flamefest elsewhere ?

Congrats anyway. The more games the better.


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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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Reminds me of how far we have come since wolfenstien, but great to have it running a window alongside other things.

 
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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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Great work!
I never played it (my first FPS was Doom), but I know many people who are still fond of it.
Well, to say the truth I tought for a moment you were talking of RTCW so I was a bit disappointed in seeing the old Wolfy... but we know how to wait, isn't it?

PS: Hey! The clock in AmiDock is working!


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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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Silly me, thought it was RTCW for a second, hehe.


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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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For a secon there i thought it was Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Oh well.. i guess that was a little TO optimistik.

 
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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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We used to play Wolfenstien in Sixth Form College as it was the only thing (and I mean only software) that would run properly on the anchient 386 we had in the study. Sadly like all of ID's FPS it was a great engine, but had crap gameplay underneath, and levels just went on and on of the same thing over and over.

I wish that ID would release the Kommander Keen series under GPL, that was by far thier best games. It's sad really, back in the early 90's the PC had an amazing Shareware scene.

 
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Poster: Step Date: 3-Jan-2004 11:29:32

Silly me, thought it was RTCW for a second, hehe.


Yeah, me too. It would have been a nice New Years announcement anyway... But RtCW would mean that the Quake III engine was ported... I guess that would be asking too much.

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Doh!!!
I want RTCW!!!!!

Well, I guess this Wolf3D is better than nothing..


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Cool !...but i prefer a modern game ....aniway we need this type of retrogaming and a new Amiga must run old applicaton


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Yeah, me too. It would have been a nice New Years announcement anyway... But RtCW would mean that the Quake III engine was ported... I guess that would be asking too much.


Asking too much?
Oh man, Q3's engine is 4 years old! We should pretend these kind of portings.. otherwise AmigaOne will have a hard life, the videogaming scene is very important..


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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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I happen to like the original and every once in a while still play it start to finish.

Thanks for porting it!

Plus I wanted there to be a comment saying "Thank you" for what has been done, not "I wanted this instead" which seems to be a common theme in the community.

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Plus I wanted there to be a comment saying "Thank you" for what has been done, not "I wanted this instead" which seems to be a common theme in the community.


You're right afterall
Thanks anyway!!


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Re: Screenshots of OS 4 version of Castle Wolfenstein
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I used to play that game on my old Tandy 2500XL. Was fun!

And I also thought it was RTCW for the Amiga. Maybe the caretakers of AW.net could rectify the situation and fix the title?

Btw has DOOM been ported to AmigaOS4?

Last note: I love the AmigaOS4 UI.

 
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I also wonder where they have been hiding the Agnus and Denise chips on the A1. I have looked all over the motherboard, but couldn't find them.

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Ask Shawn, I'm sure he can locate them for you


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From what I understand, Steven Fuller doesn't have any previous experience with AmigaOS development. I think it is really neat that Hyperion has hired people open minded enough to take on the challenge to port software from other platforms to an operating system they don't know.

Kudos, Hyperion!


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Btw has DOOM been ported to AmigaOS4?

Yes of course! I played ADoom on my 060 for a long time!

And.... thanks Hyperion, thanks Steven Fuller


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I play Doom on Amiga just yestarday, it's the same of the original PC version

Great porting

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I meant a fully native AmigaOS4 port.

EDIT: nevermind DOOM screenshot

 
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From what I understand, Steven Fuller doesn't have any previous experience with AmigaOS development. I think it is really neat that Hyperion has hired people open minded enough to take on the challenge to port software from other platforms to an operating system they don't know.


Yep, as stated in the Gorky17 news item comments (incidentally I've added the URL of a review of the PC version to that thread), he is new to Hyperion and a convert to AmigaOS, which is great and shows that AmigaOS still has the ability to woo people over to the platform.

Personally I've had it with these FPS games, they were somewhat interesting for a while but every other game released for the PC is one of these, and every other port to the Amiga also seems to be one of these. Gorky17 looks pretty good though. Oh, and can we have a full screen mode please, playing games in a window is fine if you're supposed to be working but most people don't have Amigas at work.

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