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Revival of Memories is a mod for registered Wolfenstein. Initially started as a collaborative effort between Brian Lowe and Parafriction, the same team who ran the Wolfenstein 3D Dome, it was shelved for some time before being revamped in 2005 with the aid of MCS, eventually seeing official release in March 2006.

It features 39 seamless levels (37 regular and 2 secret) of high quality and a large number of new graphics and features. Many of these graphics were put together by Parafriction. Some of these also appear in The Final Solution v3.0.

The coding changes included 3D directional sprites, exploding barrels, switch-operated doors, a missile launcher and a shotgun.

An SDL port was released on October 10, 2010.

Genesis Edit

On September 16, 2002 a series of screenshots were added to the Dome news.

On October 19, 2002 it was announced that all 39 levels were finished for the project, and the only remaining tasks had to do with the source code and some of the graphics.

Revival of Memories even had its own dedicated website (see below) on the Dome.

In May 2005, an eager Thomas asked Brian via MSN Messenger in no uncertain terms that if he had Revival of Memories lying around still, it should very well be released.

The original reason for the delay was the same as it had been in 2002; the source code and the graphics had to be properly finished. The main issue was the standing frames of the guard actor replacing the dog.

After the addition of one of the Heer guards from WSJ's actor pack, which replaced the dog, and a proper fix-up of the code by MCS, the project eventually saw the light of day. It was released on March 11, 2006.

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