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The shareware version includes the entire first episode of the game, Escape from Wolfenstein, which consists of 10 levels.
NOTE: This game can be played directly in Windows using a source port (see the links section below).
Description (by id Software)
It's World War II, and B.J. Blazkowicz -- the Allies' bad boy of espionage -- is a terminal action seeker built for abuse with an attitude to match. (That's you.) There's just one small problem: you've been captured by Nazis, tortured and imprisoned beneath the intricate maze of Castle Wolfenstein where you await an inhumane execution. Now, you must do anything and everything to escape from the belly of the Nazi dungeon. Or die trying.
Cheats (by VGTips.com)
Press the M-I-L keys together at the same time while playng to get full health and ammo.
To use the rest of the cheats you must enter debug mode by running the game like this at the commandline: wolf3d -goobers. Then when in the game, hold [Alt] [Shift] and [Backspace] at the same time. Then you can use any of the cheats below:
[Tab] + E: End level
[Tab] + G: Toggle God mode
[Tab] + H: Hit yourself (?)
[Tab] + I: Items and lots of points
[Tab] + N: No clipping (walk through walls)
[Tab] + T: View game graphics
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