Don't you mean Liechtenstein?
No, Luchsenstein is just a joke. It translates to "Lynxenstein". Lynxenstein/Wolfenstein.
No secret passages sadly. But a dramatic storyline told in a cutscene in between levels.
EDIT: Just tweeted a screenshot to John Carmack
and he replied.
He said he had planned to use the Lynx vertically " to make efficient use of the scaling hardware for column stretching". So the official Wolfenstein 3D would have been quite different.
BTW, here's screenshots for people who can't play it.
Looks good. Is this a portal rendering engine or a raycast engine?
It's... an engine alright, the rest is up to obschan to explain.^^
BTW, we will graciously give you permisson to do Luchsenstein 7800 or Intellistein; hell, the Intellivision has a 1st person game already, might be good.
Edited by 108 Stars, Wed May 1, 2013 11:43 AM.