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Wolfenstein 3D (Mac OS Classic)

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Title Screen

Wolfenstein 3D

Developers: Logicware, Interplay
Publisher: MacPlay
Platform: Mac OS Classic
Released in US: 1994


DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


Far from a simple port, the Mac Wolfenstein 3D added new features, altered level designs, and high-res graphics. This port is a slightly altered version of the Jaguar version, which originated from the SNES one. Whew.

Unused Graphics

The game contains one unused sprite for the Ubermutant. It is listed in the WolfEdit 2 editor, which labels it "Unused".

Wolfedit editor.png

(Note: This is a custom level which the game data from the executable has been added to.)

In Spear of Destiny, the Ubermutant used three firing frames. However, in the Mac Family, he is the same as all other bosses with only two frames.

Unused Enemy

An unused enemy can be seen in-game by placing an object with a value of 120 (regular) or 138 (ambush) in the map editor.

The enemy has no art or sounds and appears to behave similar to an SS, except it uses the boss firing sound.

The enemy is listed between the Hitler and Pac-Man objects. One possible candidate is the Fake Hitler found in the DOS version, who is completely absent in the Third Encounter.

Hidden Picture

Yes, I know this is the exact same file as on the OOTW page. This is because it's the exact same picture in both cases, and it'd be dumb to re-upload it.

A fairly easily accessible Easter egg: simply press B on the id Software logo. The artwork is a caricature of lead programmer Rebecca "Burger" Heinemann and some friendly management figure (name unknown).

This image also appears in the 3DO port of Out of this World, also coded by Burger.

Hidden Abstract

Turn on Balloon Help and hover over the application icon for this tongue-in-cheek summary:

Wolfenstein 3D™

Blast your way to freedom as the violent but peace-loving "B.J." Blazkowicz.

Brought to you by id Software and MacPlay.