Bad Toys 3D

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Bad Toys 3D

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It's a great game but does not use the Wolfenstein 3D engine but it is a Wolf3d clone. I like playing the full 25 levels but one of the downsides is that enemies show only their front side like the bosses in Wolf3d.

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Re: Bad Toys 3D

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I've seen this before but the gun graphics look like modified doom ones...
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interesting game but the lack of secrets is dissapointing- i really miss those push walls and hidden doors.
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I loved that game. First shooter after Corridor 7 and Chex Quest. Non violent.
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Re: Bad Toys 3D

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Been there, played that. The game rocks, the graphics are funny and the sounds are good. Though, the registration system of my shareware version is quite lousy. I just entered some random information, then I could play the full version without paying. :lol:
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This was actually my first ever first-person shooter as a kid. Got it off an old shovelware disc. I have actually completed it twice as an adult, and even paid for a legitimate key. It is actually a really challenging game, but rewarding in its own right. Would recommend.
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Re: Bad Toys 3D

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A fan made sequel was worked on in Game Maker.

https://wicked-figs.itch.io/bad-toys-th ... ssion-demo

He has now moved on to his own spiritual successor.

https://wicked-figs.itch.io/toyful-wonderworld
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Re: Bad Toys 3D

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I must be insane to provoke the deletionist trolls, but I went ahead and (re)created a Wikipedia article for this game.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Toys_3D
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And there is the notability tag...
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Technopeasant wrote: Fri Jun 28, 2024 2:55 am I must be insane to provoke the deletionist trolls, but I went ahead and (re)created a Wikipedia article for this game.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Toys_3D
That's a pretty bold move.
I know deletionists on Wikipedia can sometimes be harsh. But I feel that they also serve a purpose, since in a way they encourage inclusionists to improve their work.
In your defense, the article does a good job in informing the reader about what makes the game special, while avoiding trivial details.
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Re: Bad Toys 3D

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I agree it is good to ensure that rules are followed, my main issue is the foundational set up where print sources are ALWAYS better than digital, no matter how peripheral and inane those also often tended to be.
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Nevertheless, I believe that PC Gamer piece that you found is quite a decent source for Bad Toys 3D. I have some hope that overall it will be considered sufficiently notable for the Dutch wikipedia, so I translated the article into Dutch.