I remember reading in one of the later issues (after your excerpt)
that he originally developed a DOS prototype. It was broken and slow
and weird so he had to make the decision to switch to windows.  I
don't actually remember playing a DOS prototype though - was that ever
released?
Anyway I think SOD is the most incredibly revolutionizing accessible
game yet. Engrossing atmosphere and slightly random for high replay.

On 12/19/09, Thomas Ward <thomasward1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Charles,
> No, Shades of Doom was a Windows game from the beginning. Lonewolf and
> Trek 99 were originally Dos games. However, he went back and wrote those
> games in Visual Basic 6 to run on Windows 95/98 later on.
>
> Charles Rivard wrote:
>> As I recall, SOD was comprised of 4 files that you installed in sequence.
>> Also, was it a DOS game?, or was that Lone Wolf's first version.
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