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{{Mod|title1 = Operation Wasserstein|image1 = Shot1.jpg|caption1 = In-game screenshot|author(s) = [[Lance]]|release_date = 1999|base_game = Registered Wolfenstein|sourceport = DOS|type = Mod|code_changes = Yes|new_graphics = Yes}}Operation Wasserstein was a mod for registered Wolfenstein, made by [[Lance]].
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{{Mod|title1 = Operation Wasserstein|image1 = Shot1.jpg|caption1 = In-game screenshot|author(s) = [[Lance]]|release_date = Not officially released
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1999 (?)|base_game = Registered Wolfenstein|sourceport = DOS|type = Mod|code_changes = Yes|new_graphics = Yes}}Operation Wasserstein was a mod for registered Wolfenstein, made by [[Lance]].
   
 
The mod was in the pipeline during 1999, before the days of the [[Wolfenstein 3D Dome]] news. This makes any history of the mod hard to decipher. [[Lance]]'s website still functions as an archive item, and the known information on the mod is as follows:
 
The mod was in the pipeline during 1999, before the days of the [[Wolfenstein 3D Dome]] news. This makes any history of the mod hard to decipher. [[Lance]]'s website still functions as an archive item, and the known information on the mod is as follows:
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Coding features included four keys, changed ceiling colors, adding a heartbeat sound as [[BJ Blazkowicz|BJ]]'s health lowered, and guards had higher hit points, making for quite a tough playback.
 
Coding features included four keys, changed ceiling colors, adding a heartbeat sound as [[BJ Blazkowicz|BJ]]'s health lowered, and guards had higher hit points, making for quite a tough playback.
   
The mod has been very obscure, but was available by 2005, as both [[Andy Nonymous]] and [[Thomas Weiling]] remember playing the mod. The mod never made its way to the [[Wolfenstein 3D Dome]], and by the time various forums appeared it had been all but forgotten.
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The beta testers may have accidentally leaked the mod or made it available, as [[Andy Nonymous]] remembers playing it. In either case, the mod never made its way to the [[Wolfenstein 3D Dome]], and by the time various forums appeared it had been all but forgotten.
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[[Lance]] resurfaced in 2019 presenting a rebooted [[Operation Wasserstein (2020)|Operation Wasserstein]] using [[ECWolf]]. This was released on January 10, 2020.
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 14:53, February 11, 2020

Operation Wasserstein was a mod for registered Wolfenstein, made by Lance.

The mod was in the pipeline during 1999, before the days of the Wolfenstein 3D Dome news. This makes any history of the mod hard to decipher. Lance's website still functions as an archive item, and the known information on the mod is as follows:

Three people were hired as beta testers; DJ Blazkowicz, BJ Rowan and Gary Ragland.

Multiple versions were made (v1.1-v1.3) and the mod was definitely available for a time in some form or other.

Coding features included four keys, changed ceiling colors, adding a heartbeat sound as BJ's health lowered, and guards had higher hit points, making for quite a tough playback.

The beta testers may have accidentally leaked the mod or made it available, as Andy Nonymous remembers playing it. In either case, the mod never made its way to the Wolfenstein 3D Dome, and by the time various forums appeared it had been all but forgotten.

Lance resurfaced in 2019 presenting a rebooted Operation Wasserstein using ECWolf. This was released on January 10, 2020.

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