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Essentially a showcase for all the capabilities of the people at [[Chaos Software]], the mod features 5 levels and includes a handful of firsts in Wolfenstein 3D modding; shading and a death artifact, in addition to adding the ammo box from [[Spear of Destiny]], a jukebox function in the menu, full screen mode and a fifth difficulty level.
 
Essentially a showcase for all the capabilities of the people at [[Chaos Software]], the mod features 5 levels and includes a handful of firsts in Wolfenstein 3D modding; shading and a death artifact, in addition to adding the ammo box from [[Spear of Destiny]], a jukebox function in the menu, full screen mode and a fifth difficulty level.
   
Initially released as 4-level demo for shareware Wolfenstein on April 21, 2001 as a solo [[Philipp Luy]] effort, not featuring any source code changes, the mod was revamped and re-released as ''v1.0'' in October 2001, though a full version was never released. The mod served more as a showcase than as an actual mod, though level design is pretty good and the mod played quite well for its time. The source code was released along with version 1.0.
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Initially released as 4-level demo for shareware Wolfenstein on April 21, 2001 as a solo [[Philipp Luy]] effort, not featuring any source code changes, the mod was revamped and re-released as ''v1.0'' in October 2001, though a full version was never released. The mod served more as a showcase than as an actual mod, though level design is pretty good and the mod played quite well for its time.
   
 
The [[Philipp Luy]] version is playable in SDL as the EXE did not feature any coding changes.
 
The [[Philipp Luy]] version is playable in SDL as the EXE did not feature any coding changes.
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.wolfenstein3d.co.uk/ozdemo.zip Download Operation: Zusammenkunft (Version 1.0] at [http://www.wolfenstein3d.co.uk/ The Wolfenstein 3D Dome]
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* [http://wolfenvault.com/files/mods/mno/ozdemo.zip Download Operation: Zusammenkunft] at [http://wolfenvault.com/ The Wolfenstein 3D Vault]
* [http://wolfenvault.com/files/mods/mno/ozdemo.zip Download Operation: Zusammenkunft (April 2001)] at [http://wolfenvault.com/ The Wolfenstein 3D Vault]
 
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20120704105927/http://www.belowe.com/ozdemo.zip Download Operation: Zusammenkunft (Philipp Luy solo effort, April 2001)] at [[The Wolfenstein 3D Dome]] (archived)
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20120704105927/http://www.belowe.com/ozdemo.zip Download Operation: Zusammenkunft (Philipp Luy solo effort, April 2001)] at [[The Wolfenstein 3D Dome]] (archived)
 
* [http://diehardwolfers.areyep.com/viewtopic.php?t=3217 Thread] at [[DieHard Wolfers]]
 
* [http://diehardwolfers.areyep.com/viewtopic.php?t=3217 Thread] at [[DieHard Wolfers]]
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