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wolf3d for mac

Postby temptingthelure » 2010-1-03 @ 01:38

Anyone know where to purchase wolf3d for the mac? I cant find the mac version anywhere. And is there a way to run it on modern non-mac systems? It only seems to work with system 7 or earlier.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby collector » 2010-1-03 @ 06:31

I don't know if it would work in Basilisk II or not.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Sune Salminen » 2010-1-03 @ 15:52

It does.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby temptingthelure » 2010-1-03 @ 21:56

Yeah, but basilik can only emulate up to system 7, no more. What can someone with a modern system like OSX do to play wolf3d mac on it?
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby robertmo » 2010-1-03 @ 22:00

you just said wolf3d works with system 7 or earlier.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Sune Salminen » 2010-1-03 @ 23:09

You can play Wolfenstein in DOSBOX. Not the Mac version but still.

http://boxer.washboardabs.net/

If it absolutely has to be the Mac version, you could try a Mac II version of MinivMac for OSX maybe.

If you want to run System 7 you could also try Sheepshaver, here's a tutorial:
http://db.tidbits.com/article/10679
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby collector » 2010-1-04 @ 00:06

Is there an IntelMac version of Basilisk II?
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Dominus » 2010-1-04 @ 01:30

Supposedly yes, but the link to the site is down it seems http://basilisk.cebix.net/#download
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Sune Salminen » 2010-1-04 @ 03:25

Some binaries were posted here:

http://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5537

You can also try through DarwinPorts.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Targaff » 2010-1-04 @ 06:41

temptingthelure wrote:Yeah, but basilik can only emulate up to system 7, no more. What can someone with a modern system like OSX do to play wolf3d mac on it?

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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby collector » 2010-1-04 @ 08:55

And is there any real advantage to the Mac version of Wolf 3D? I would imagine the the DOS version in DOSBox would be far less trouble.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Dominus » 2010-1-04 @ 08:58

You can also try through DarwinPorts.

I know what you mean, but to not further confuse users, DarwinPorts is now called MacPorts (http://www.macports.org/) to distance themselves from the fraudulent darwinports com site, see http://trac.macports.org/wiki/DarwinPorts for details.

And yes, via MacPorts you can install basilisk II, I haven't tried to but it is in the ports list :)
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Sune Salminen » 2010-1-04 @ 13:39

Right, thanks.

And what collector said; installing and playing Wolfenstein 3D in DOSBox (with the Boxer front end) is about 1000% less complicated than getting a whole System 7 or 8 installation going in a Mac emulator. It wouldn't be worth the trouble just for one game IMO.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby temptingthelure » 2010-1-04 @ 18:41

Targaff wrote:
temptingthelure wrote:Yeah, but basilik can only emulate up to system 7, no more. What can someone with a modern system like OSX do to play wolf3d mac on it?

Basilisk runs up to 8.1.


Ah yeah, that's right, but still its emulating an old mac system to play mac wolf3d.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby temptingthelure » 2010-1-04 @ 18:42

collector wrote:And is there any real advantage to the Mac version of Wolf 3D? I would imagine the the DOS version in DOSBox would be far less trouble.


Well, if you have played the mac version of wolf3d, it's very different from wolf3d. It looks different, and it has different weapons. It was not just a port of the dos wolf3d. I'd like to be able to play that mac version.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Dominus » 2010-1-04 @ 23:24

From what you can tell by that thread you should be able to play it by using basilisk II.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby temptingthelure » 2010-1-11 @ 00:13

Dominus wrote:From what you can tell by that thread you should be able to play it by using basilisk II.


Ok, but what i was asking is it if was possible to play it on osx natively, without basilisk.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby Dominus » 2010-1-11 @ 13:45

unless someone made a port I doubt it.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby filipetolhuizen » 2010-2-02 @ 18:30

There is a port somewhere around the net, but it's way too buggy. Sheepshaver is the way to go.
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Re: wolf3d for mac

Postby wildweasel » 2010-2-02 @ 20:11

http://wolf3d.darkbb.com/addons-mods-et ... d-t850.htm - This'll work in Windows; it's a port of the Mac's "Wolfenstein 3D: Second Encounter" to the Windows-based SDL Wolfenstein port. If your OSX system has VMWare, Virtualbox, Parallels or similar, this might work for you.

Also, I haven't had much luck running Wolfenstein through Basilisk II - granted it was an older version of the emulator, and while the game did run, it would occasionally just crash the emulator. Maybe it's been fixed, but I haven't managed to get the newer Basilisk II's working on my Windows machine due to crazy conflicts with the version of GTK that came with Pidgin. =P
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