Indie developer jhhoward released a new modification of the original Wolfenstein 3D which renders the game in CGA video modes. The engine has also been modified so that it can be run on 8088 based CPUs, allowing it to be run on a wide variety of old PC hardware. Wolfenstein 3D is a classic first-person shooter video game released in 1992 by id Software. It is widely regarded as one of the most influential games in the first-person shooter genre and is credited with popularizing the genre. The game is set in a Nazi-occupied castle in World War II and the player takes on the role of an American soldier named BJ Blazkowicz, who must fight his way through the castle and take down the Nazi regime. Wolfenstein 3D is known for its fast-paced action and intense gameplay, as well as its groundbreaking use of 3D graphics and immersive environments.
News source: GitHub