Great Wolf 3D non freeware episode
was but one of the episodes of the series, one that was playable for free, having been released freeware style and circulated freely on the BBSes, floppies and even CDs of the era. But the game had a lot more to offer, as long as you were enticed sufficiently by it to take money out of pocket and shoot its way! This episode, Wolfenstein 3D: Cover of Darkness is still marked by the same gameplay mechanics and ideas of the original: you are a prisoner in this catacombs styled prison, shooting while aiming left or right, without no way of looking up or down and with a really weird way of strafing, that is pretty nasty, until you get used to it. Yep, the early days of the shooter in full 3D from a first person perspective was quite challenging, but not at all unsatisfying. Anyway, this new episode comes with its own additional baddies, while other baddies are recycled from the past. So, the game, all things considered is just the same mechanically, you still have to avoid getting lost, and, difficulty wise, I'd say the episode is just a bit harder than the original, maybe a bit more challenging due to the fact that it contains larger catacombs, and so, it makes moving around harder. Plus, there's also the psychological element to consider! While many of us had played the initial episode numerous times, getting used to its nukes and crannies and secrets, these other episodes, when we got the chance to experience them, felt alien, unnatural! But after that initial shock, they're bound to stick with you, and to make you enjoy yourself!