On May 5, 1992, id Software released Wolfenstein 3D. Known as the grandfather of modern first-person shooters and groundbreaking in it’s design, Wolfenstein 3D set a new, higher standard for action games.
In 1993, Alternate Worlds Technology, Inc. (AWT) first attempted to bring Wolfenstein to virtual reality. With the use of Polhemus tracker technology, they created an arcade-style head-mounted display version of Wolf3D aptly named “Wolfenstein VR.”
Players strive to create a balanced desert ecosystem in which each animal has enough food to survive over a period of 12 days, in this interactive game from PLUM LANDING. Players see how the different species of plants and animals in a desert depend on one another. They also experiment with how changing the amount of one resource affects the whole ecosystem.