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Beyond Castle Wolfenstein Re-Compiled 64

Posted by simoniker
from the back-to-the-classics dept.
hypethetica writes "In memory of game developer Silas Warner, a fan-based port of the original PC boot-diskette version of the 1985 classic, Beyond Castle Wolfenstein, has been disassembled, CPU speed fixed, and Soundblaster support has been added. The new game executable, blessed by Silas' widow, runs in DOS, Windows, and DOSBox emulators. Both the executables and source code (x86 assembly) are available for download."
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Beyond Castle Wolfenstein Re-Compiled

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  • by iocat (572367) on Tuesday June 29, 2004 @11:24AM (#9561191) Homepage Journal
    Silas Warner was super cool. One of the few times I've ever been rendered speechless was when this giant guy handed me his resume at our GDC job booth. I was like, "Hi, ok you've worked at Virgin, you some Sega CD codecs... ... oh, cool... ... wait a minute... .... Holy Shit, You're SILAS WARNER!!"

    I think he got a kick out of it. Unfortunately we weren't hiring senior engineers at the time, so I never got a chance to work with him.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday June 29, 2004 @03:42PM (#9564337)
    Fantastic! I feel so much better about pirating games for WinXP! After all, linux makes it obsolete...

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