id Software's Wolfenstein 3D In Development For The Mega Drive

Wolfenstein-3D-Mega-DriveThis month has already seen some incredibly ambitious homebrew creations arriving on retro consoles, so the arrival of yet another - this time on the Mega Drive - should not come as a surprise. id Software's iconic castle raining shooter Wolfenstein 3D is currently in development for Sega's 16-bit powerhouse.

This Sega Mega Drive version of the first person shooter is currently being put together by gasega68k of the forums. Although his latest work is yet to include the troublesome enemies dotted around the maps, the downloadable demo of Wolfenstein 3D on the Mega Drive features smoother and more detailed visuals than the retail Super Nintendo counterpart.

Should you be interested in keeping a close eye on this impressive homebrew creation, be sure to head on over to SpritesMind and download the latest demo of Wolfenstein 3D for the Mega Drive.

Wolfenstein 3D (Mega Drive Homebrew) Demo Gameplay

Link: Wolfenstein 3D (Mega Drive) Development Thread & ROM Download

Source: Allgamers

Last Updated ( 30 August 2013 )  


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(Link to this comment) breakupthespace 2013-09-01 07:28
This is super impressive - although it's hard to judge without enemies/guns etc. After they are done with this port there needs to be a Genesis DOOM!
(Link to this comment) Speedle 2013-09-02 10:52
I recall that someone was in the process of porting this to the 32x at some point, can't remember which forums I was watching this on, either sega-16 or assembler (maybe both) and the progress did look promising although difficult due to the 32x programming language.

Do we know is this a natural evolution of that work or an entirely new project? Either way, very cool and will be interesting to see how it progresses. :0

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