Bij 3dactionplanet hebben ze een leuk artikel geschreven over de geschiedenis van de 3d engines. Natuurlijk komen games als Doom en Duke Nukem 3d aan bod.Back in 1992, 3D Realms and Apogee released a little game that you may have heard of sometime in your gaming lives: Wolfenstein 3D (a.k.a. Wolf3D). To call this game revolutionary is quite the understatement; Wolf3D is the celebrated father of the entire first-person shooter genre. Quite revolutionary (and beautiful) for its time, Wolf3D featured 4 weapons, various nazis to shoot, and, most importantly, levels which featured no vertical variation.Lees meer.