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[[File:Wolfenstein 3D Sega Megadrive\Genesis - Episode 1 Longplay|thumb|right]]
A Sega Mega Drive version of [[Wolfenstein 3D]] was in development by Imagineer (who also produced the [[Super NES]] version). Worked on in 1994, with an intended release in September, it was cancelled due to technical problems.
 
   
 
A Sega Genesis/MegaDrive version of [[Wolfenstein 3D]] was in development by Imagineer (who also produced the [[Wolfenstein 3D (SNES)|Super NES]] version). Worked on in 1994, with an intended release in September, it was cancelled due to technical problems.
A homebrew version of the game was later released in 2014 by GASEGA68k, and further refined through to 2018
 
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A homebrew version of the game was later released in 2014 by GASEGA68k, and further refined through to 2018. It features the complete [[Shareware]] campaign.
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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*[https://www.sega-16.com/forum/showthread.php?25663-wolfenstein-3d-demo-for-sega-genesis Sega16 thread]
 
*[https://www.sega-16.com/forum/showthread.php?25663-wolfenstein-3d-demo-for-sega-genesis Sega16 thread]
 
[[Category:Ports]]
 
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[[Category:Sourceports]]

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Wolfenstein_3D_Sega_Megadrive\Genesis_-_Episode_1_Longplay

Wolfenstein 3D Sega Megadrive\Genesis - Episode 1 Longplay

A Sega Genesis/MegaDrive version of Wolfenstein 3D was in development by Imagineer (who also produced the Super NES version). Worked on in 1994, with an intended release in September, it was cancelled due to technical problems.

A homebrew version of the game was later released in 2014 by GASEGA68k, and further refined through to 2018. It features the complete Shareware campaign.

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