If you were to make a list of truly legendary games, Wolfenstein 3D would surely have to be in it! It is the father of all present-day FPS games. You are in control of an American agent trapped inside a Nazi prison. Your task is simple - shoot the guards, get keys and find your way to the elevator. As you progress through the levels you will acquire some new weapons and encounter new enemies. Not spectacular, but it keeps the game remotely interesting. The scenery is pretty authentic: pictures of Hitler, swastikas and German WW2 symbols will follow you throughout the game. As for the graphics, considering that this was probably one of the first 3D engines with textured surfaces, I'd say they are almost revolutionary for the time. The game is not truly 3D, but it gives you an impression that you are moving in real space. Bear in mind that this game runs smoothly on a 386. The sounds are also great: Background music creates a wonderful mood, and the Nazi guards' shouts will certainly startle you from time to time. Strafing wildly around a room and knocking down guards with a Schmeisser will probably provide you with some fun.
police Quest 1&2
Seeing how well the new quest series (SQ) was selling, Sierra decided to create new quests for gamers all over the world. This time they turned their attention to the world of the American police. PQ1 was made to be as realistic as possible. So in order to book the criminals you will have to follow strict police procedures, fail in this and the criminals may walk.
You play the role of Sonny Bonds, a rookie cop with a glorious future waiting. You work at the main police station in Lytton, a quiet and friendly town. Until the day when the druglord Jesse Bains decides to use the town as his playing field. You get assigned the mission to haul him in and put him behind bars. This game gives you an in depth view into the lives of real police officers, and it is not an easy life. Danger lurks in every part of the town. A good tip is to save often.
The game might be difficult at first, but do not give up. It is a great game, when you get the hang of it. Unfortunately I were not able to get a manual for this game (you can download a manual for a later PQ game), but I did throw in a walkthrough in case you got stuck.