Time for a quick history lesson: 20 years ago, a first person shoot-em-up released on the PC called Wolfenstein 3D. Back then, it was the first 3D shoot-em-up to be released and the first shoot-em-up that I ever played for the PC. It was very revolutionary at the time because of the graphics which were ahead of their time in some ways.
You’re objective was to dispatch any mutants that come in your way and get to the end of every level. You would gain points for every enemy you killed, every piece of treasure that you picked up and every secret that you found. At the end of every level, you would also be shown the time you took to complete the level. You would gain more points if you completed the level quicker than the target time. I remember playing this back in 1992 for the first time and I was really amazed by the graphics at the time. Truth be told, I only had the demo version at the time, but I still had a lot of fun with it nonetheless.
To celebrate, Bethesda have developed a special web-based version of the game which you can play through your web browser for free. You can play it and try your hand at some old-school FPS action by clicking here . This is not some demo version of the game or just a 1-level teaser, this is the full thing. In addition to that, they have also made the full version of Wolfenstein 3D free for the iPad and iPhone for today so I highly recommend that you jump on this one as quickly as you can.