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After the source code to many other games had been released by their respective owners, an intense [[Blood Source Campaign|fan campaign]] called for the release of the source code to ''Blood''. This failed, but due to the [[:wikipedia:Cult following|cult-like]] [[:wikipedia:Cult video game|fan support]] and lack of support from the right holders of ''Blood'', it has been the subject of many [[:Category:Fan Made Games|fan games]], [[:Category:Fan Media|media]], and [[List of Source Ports and Recreations#Attempted Recreations|recreations]]. The fan project ''[[Transfusion]]'' attempted to recreate ''Blood'' on the [[DarkPlaces]] engine, while ''[[BloodCM]]'' does similar atop of [[Build|EDuke32]] and is at present the most complete; the former is multiplayer only, the latter single-player only. Other games like ''[[ZBlood]]'' and ''[[The Flesh Game]]'' expand on the game's storyline and scope, while ''[[HYPERTENSION]]'' is attempting to create something of a [[:wikipedia:spiritual successor|spiritual successor]]. A large collection of ''Blood'' [[List of Fan Art|fan art]] and [[List of Fan Fiction|fan fiction]] has also been produced by the community. Several attempts [[List_of_Source_Ports_and_Recreations#Attempted Source Ports|have been made]] at creating a [[:wikipedia:source port|source port]] via [[:wikipedia:Reverse engineering|reverse engineering]], with the most complete being [[BloodGDX]], [[NBlood]] and the fork [[Raze]].
 
After the source code to many other games had been released by their respective owners, an intense [[Blood Source Campaign|fan campaign]] called for the release of the source code to ''Blood''. This failed, but due to the [[:wikipedia:Cult following|cult-like]] [[:wikipedia:Cult video game|fan support]] and lack of support from the right holders of ''Blood'', it has been the subject of many [[:Category:Fan Made Games|fan games]], [[:Category:Fan Media|media]], and [[List of Source Ports and Recreations#Attempted Recreations|recreations]]. The fan project ''[[Transfusion]]'' attempted to recreate ''Blood'' on the [[DarkPlaces]] engine, while ''[[BloodCM]]'' does similar atop of [[Build|EDuke32]] and is at present the most complete; the former is multiplayer only, the latter single-player only. Other games like ''[[ZBlood]]'' and ''[[The Flesh Game]]'' expand on the game's storyline and scope, while ''[[HYPERTENSION]]'' is attempting to create something of a [[:wikipedia:spiritual successor|spiritual successor]]. A large collection of ''Blood'' [[List of Fan Art|fan art]] and [[List of Fan Fiction|fan fiction]] has also been produced by the community. Several attempts [[List_of_Source_Ports_and_Recreations#Attempted Source Ports|have been made]] at creating a [[:wikipedia:source port|source port]] via [[:wikipedia:Reverse engineering|reverse engineering]], with the most complete being [[BloodGDX]], [[NBlood]] and the fork [[Raze]].
  
An official remaster entitled ''[[Blood: Fresh Supply]]'' using the [[Kex Engine]] was released on [[Fact Timeline#2019|May 9, 2019]] by [[Night Dive Studios]] under permission from [[Atari]]. The original DOS version, with DOSBox wrappers, is now included as an extra on the GOG.com release.
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An official remaster entitled ''[[Blood: Fresh Supply]]'' using the [[Kex Engine]] was released on [[Fact Timeline#2019|May 9, 2019]] by [[Night Dive Studios]] under permission from [[Atari]]. The original DOS version, with Dosbox wrappers, is now included as an extra on the GOG.com release.
  
 
== Technical Specifications  ==
 
== Technical Specifications  ==
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The teleporter, a common trope in first person shooter games like ''[[:wikipedia:Quake|Quake]]'', is rarely used in ''Blood'', which has a less high-tech motif and adds to the realism and super natural feel. ''Blood'' also contained secrets - areas that are difficult to access or find and often contain bonuses, but added the new concept of "[[Super Secret]]s" - areas that are nearly impossible to find or reach, but which merit large rewards, such as allowing the player access to a [[Napalm Launcher]] in the very first level.
 
The teleporter, a common trope in first person shooter games like ''[[:wikipedia:Quake|Quake]]'', is rarely used in ''Blood'', which has a less high-tech motif and adds to the realism and super natural feel. ''Blood'' also contained secrets - areas that are difficult to access or find and often contain bonuses, but added the new concept of "[[Super Secret]]s" - areas that are nearly impossible to find or reach, but which merit large rewards, such as allowing the player access to a [[Napalm Launcher]] in the very first level.
  
[[File:Frozen-Jack-Torrance-E2M4.png|thumb|right|200px|"[[E2M4: The Overlooked Hotel]]" features the frozen corpse of [[wikipedia:Jack Torrance|Jack Torrance]] inside the hedge maze]]
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[[File:Frozen-Jack-Torrance-E2M4.png|thumb|right|200px|"[[E2M4: The Overlooked Hotel]]" features the frozen corpse of Jack Torrance inside the hedge maze]]
  
 
Graphic violence is one of the central features of ''Blood''. Enemies can be blown to pieces, with streams of blood and chunks of flesh raining down. [[Axe Zombie|Zombie]] heads can be shot off and then [[Head Soccer|kicked around like soccer balls]], spewing fountains of blood from the neck. If enemies are set on fire, they burst into flames and run around flailing their limbs. [[Innocents]] (non-combatants) appear in several levels and can be killed without compunction. Each of these instances comes accompanied with screams of terror and pain, making sound an integral part of the violent atmosphere. The levels are designed in the same spirit, with locations such as torture chambers, funeral homes, scientific laboratories, and hellish temples. Each location features walls splattered with blood, dismembered corpses, bodies in metal drums, and other grotesque situations.
 
Graphic violence is one of the central features of ''Blood''. Enemies can be blown to pieces, with streams of blood and chunks of flesh raining down. [[Axe Zombie|Zombie]] heads can be shot off and then [[Head Soccer|kicked around like soccer balls]], spewing fountains of blood from the neck. If enemies are set on fire, they burst into flames and run around flailing their limbs. [[Innocents]] (non-combatants) appear in several levels and can be killed without compunction. Each of these instances comes accompanied with screams of terror and pain, making sound an integral part of the violent atmosphere. The levels are designed in the same spirit, with locations such as torture chambers, funeral homes, scientific laboratories, and hellish temples. Each location features walls splattered with blood, dismembered corpses, bodies in metal drums, and other grotesque situations.
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{{quote|quotation="You're part of a cabal. A cult. But you've been thrown down by the person you worshipped and worked for ... You're not just good versus evil. You're evil trying to fight a bigger evil. There's no specific time frame. The setting combines the futuristic with a different, supernatural industrial revolution. It also has voodoo in it."|attributedTo=[http://files.deathmask.net/images/magazines/previews/PC_Zone_page1.jpg Designer Nick Newhard - June 1997]}}
 
{{quote|quotation="You're part of a cabal. A cult. But you've been thrown down by the person you worshipped and worked for ... You're not just good versus evil. You're evil trying to fight a bigger evil. There's no specific time frame. The setting combines the futuristic with a different, supernatural industrial revolution. It also has voodoo in it."|attributedTo=[http://files.deathmask.net/images/magazines/previews/PC_Zone_page1.jpg Designer Nick Newhard - June 1997]}}
  
''Blood'' takes place in [[Fiction Time Line#1928|1928]]. The game documentation does not specify an exact year; the developers [[Development of Blood#Themes|described]] the game as not having a set time period and anachronistic elements abound, but the game's sequel ''[[Blood II: The Chosen]]'' takes place in [[Fiction Time Line#2028|2028]] and states that it has been one hundred years since the events in ''Blood''. Although the backstory was not delineated within the game itself, the Monolith website, the ''Blood'' manual, and an accompanying text file presented the few facts known about the precursory events, such as [[Caleb]]'s relationship with [[Ophelia]].  
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''Blood'' takes place in [[Fiction Time Line#1928|1928]]. The game documentation does not specify an exact year, the developers [[Development of Blood#Themes|described]] the game as not having a set time period and anachronistic elements abound, but the game's sequel ''[[Blood II: The Chosen]]'' takes place in [[Fiction Time Line#2028|2028]] and states that it has been one hundred years since the events in ''Blood''. Although the backstory was not delineated within the game itself, the Monolith website, the ''Blood'' manual, and an accompanying text file presented the few facts known about the precursory events, such as [[Caleb]]'s relationship with [[Ophelia]].  
  
 
The game's hero (or [[:wikipedia:anti-hero|anti-hero]]) is a man named Caleb (voiced by [[Stephan Weyte]]), a merciless gunfighter born in [[:wikipedia:Texas|Texas]] who serves a cult called "[[The Cabal]]" that worships the dark god [[Tchernobog]] (voiced by Monolith [[:wikipedia:Chief_Executive_Officer|CEO]] [[Jason Hall]], who was credited simply as "[[The Voice]]"). Caleb joined the cult after meeting Ophelia Price, a woman whose homestead was burned down by the Cabal, killing her husband and baby son. She blamed her spouse for their deaths, because he wanted to rescind his membership. Half-crazy and rambling, Caleb nursed her back to health. It is implied that she later became Caleb's lover, and introduced him to the cult. Together they rose to the highest ranks and became "[[The Chosen]]", the four most esteemed generals of Tchernobog's army (the other two being [[Ishmael]] and [[Gabriel]]).  
 
The game's hero (or [[:wikipedia:anti-hero|anti-hero]]) is a man named Caleb (voiced by [[Stephan Weyte]]), a merciless gunfighter born in [[:wikipedia:Texas|Texas]] who serves a cult called "[[The Cabal]]" that worships the dark god [[Tchernobog]] (voiced by Monolith [[:wikipedia:Chief_Executive_Officer|CEO]] [[Jason Hall]], who was credited simply as "[[The Voice]]"). Caleb joined the cult after meeting Ophelia Price, a woman whose homestead was burned down by the Cabal, killing her husband and baby son. She blamed her spouse for their deaths, because he wanted to rescind his membership. Half-crazy and rambling, Caleb nursed her back to health. It is implied that she later became Caleb's lover, and introduced him to the cult. Together they rose to the highest ranks and became "[[The Chosen]]", the four most esteemed generals of Tchernobog's army (the other two being [[Ishmael]] and [[Gabriel]]).  
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A common joke used to be that ''Blood'' add-on projects were cursed to be incomplete, most notably with ''[[BloodLines]]'' (2002) which ultimately released unfinished though still fairly elaborate. Some early projects that did reach completion were the less ambitious ''[[Banzai's Add-On]]'' (1998), ''[[Time Episode]]'' (1999), and ''[[Killing Time]]'' (1999), as well as the classic [[List of Mods for Blood#Small Scale|three level add-on]] releases ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Eye of the Blood|Eye of the Blood]]'' (1997), ''[[Journey to Hell]]'' (1998), ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Gods, the Epic Trilogy|Gods]]'' (1998), and ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Legend of Ravenloft|Ravenloft]]'' (1998).
 
A common joke used to be that ''Blood'' add-on projects were cursed to be incomplete, most notably with ''[[BloodLines]]'' (2002) which ultimately released unfinished though still fairly elaborate. Some early projects that did reach completion were the less ambitious ''[[Banzai's Add-On]]'' (1998), ''[[Time Episode]]'' (1999), and ''[[Killing Time]]'' (1999), as well as the classic [[List of Mods for Blood#Small Scale|three level add-on]] releases ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Eye of the Blood|Eye of the Blood]]'' (1997), ''[[Journey to Hell]]'' (1998), ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Gods, the Epic Trilogy|Gods]]'' (1998), and ''[[List of Mods for Blood#Legend of Ravenloft|Ravenloft]]'' (1998).
  
At least one endeavour, [[Dwayne Anderson]]'s ''[[Legends of the Iconoclast]]'', has managed to span both eras, with an initial release from 2001 to 2004 followed by a remake project started ten years later in April 2011 with releases in 2012 and 2017. [[Dustin "Bloatoid" Twilley]]'s career has also stretched over many years, with early efforts such as ''[[Inherit the Earth]]'' (1999) and ''[[Hostile Takeover]]'' (2001) culminating a decade later with ''Death Wish'' in 2011, which then featured another six years of polish for [[Death Wish#v1.4|version 1.4]] in 2017 and further. This maturation is part of the reason why ''Death Wish'' is often held up as the gold standard for ''Blood'' add-ons.
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At least one endeavour, [[Dwayne Anderson]]'s ''[[Legends of the Iconoclast]]'', has managed to span both eras, with an initial release from 2001 to 2004 followed by a remake project started ten years later in April 2011 with releases in 2012 and 2017. [[Dustin "Bloatoid" Twilley]]'s career has also stretched over many years, with early efforts such as ''[[Inherit the Earth]]'' (1999) and ''[[Hostile Takeover]]'' (2001) culminating a decade later with ''Death Wish'' in 2011, which then featured another six years of polish for [[Death Wish#v1.4|version 1.4]] in 2017 and further through 2019. This maturation is part of the reason why ''Death Wish'' is often held up as the gold standard for ''Blood'' add-ons.
  
 
[[File:BME's-Blood-Map-Pack-Scaled.gif|left|thumb|[[BME's Blood Map Pack]]]]
 
[[File:BME's-Blood-Map-Pack-Scaled.gif|left|thumb|[[BME's Blood Map Pack]]]]
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Subsequent major original releases have included ''[[French Meat]]'' and ''[[French Meat 2]]'' (2012, 2019) and ''[[Caleb Will Have His Revenge on Toronto]]'' (2013-present), with new campaigns still [[List of Mods for Blood#In Development|in development]]. The comparative lull in new episodes in the later 2010s was broken with ''[[Out for Blood]]'', ''[[The Way of Ira]]'', ''[[Fleshed Out]]'' and ''[[Trauma Therapy]]'' in the latter half of 2019 and early 2020.
 
Subsequent major original releases have included ''[[French Meat]]'' and ''[[French Meat 2]]'' (2012, 2019) and ''[[Caleb Will Have His Revenge on Toronto]]'' (2013-present), with new campaigns still [[List of Mods for Blood#In Development|in development]]. The comparative lull in new episodes in the later 2010s was broken with ''[[Out for Blood]]'', ''[[The Way of Ira]]'', ''[[Fleshed Out]]'' and ''[[Trauma Therapy]]'' in the latter half of 2019 and early 2020.
  
Individual [[List of Mods for Blood#Mappers|mappers]] such as [[Martin and Jason Brentnall]], [[David Wikström]], [[Austin Adams]] and [[Vili Nyström]] have also developed notable portfolios. Meanwhile, the ''[[Alone in the Dark]]'' series of mods has focused on expanding the [[List of Mods for Blood#Assets|technical scope]] of the game, establishing efforts such as a custom [[Voxel Pack]] and the [[Weapons Mod]], among others. Curator [[List of Mods#BME/ILMHB's Bloody Place|BME]] put out a complete collection of ''Blood'' maps called ''[[BME's Blood Map Pack]]'' each year from 2013 to 2019, following from his re-scripted releases of many classic add-ons. More [[List of Mods for Blood#Compilations|selective sets]] such as ''[[The Best of Blood.Freeminded.De]]'' (2011) and the ''[[Blood Chronicles]]'' (2004, 2014) volumes have also been compiled.
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Individual [[List of Mods for Blood#Mappers|mappers]] such as [[Martin and Jason Brentnall]], [[David Wikström]], [[Austin Adams]] and [[Vili Nyström]] have also developed notable portfolios. Meanwhile, the ''[[Alone in the Dark]]'' series of mods has focused on expanding the [[List of Mods for Blood#Assets|technical scope]] of the game, establishing efforts such as a custom [[Voxel Pack]] and the [[Weapons Mod]], among others. Curator [[List of Mods#BME/ILMHB's Bloody Place|BME]] has put out a complete collection of ''Blood'' maps called ''[[BME's Blood Map Pack]]'' each year from 2013 onward, following from his re-scripted releases of many classic add-ons. More [[List of Mods for Blood#Compilations|selective sets]] such as ''[[The Best of Blood.Freeminded.De]]'' (2011) and the ''[[Blood Chronicles]]'' (2004, 2014) volumes have also been compiled.
  
 
Since 2017, these fan campaigns can now be played outside the original DOS executable via [[BloodGDX]], leading to an increased interest shown through [[:wikipedia:Let's Play|Let's Play]] and [[:wikipedia:Video game walkthrough|video walkthrough]] series on [[YouTube]] (most notably by [[Pagb666]]). The later released [[NBlood]] source port (and fork included within [[Raze]]) can also load custom maps, with a new subsystem being utilized by ''[[No Hope in Sight]]''.
 
Since 2017, these fan campaigns can now be played outside the original DOS executable via [[BloodGDX]], leading to an increased interest shown through [[:wikipedia:Let's Play|Let's Play]] and [[:wikipedia:Video game walkthrough|video walkthrough]] series on [[YouTube]] (most notably by [[Pagb666]]). The later released [[NBlood]] source port (and fork included within [[Raze]]) can also load custom maps, with a new subsystem being utilized by ''[[No Hope in Sight]]''.
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[[File:Blood-Demo-Disc.jpg|thumb|200px|right|An example of a packaged version of the ''Blood ''shareware from the time of its original release]]
 
[[File:Blood-Demo-Disc.jpg|thumb|200px|right|An example of a packaged version of the ''Blood ''shareware from the time of its original release]]
  
''Blood'' received a [http://www.mobygames.com/game/blood metascore] of 83 from [[:wikipedia:MobyGames|MobyGames]], [http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/blood holds] and a score of 82 on [[:wikipedia:Metacritic|Metacritic]]. Its highest rating (100) was given by [http://web.archive.org/web/20060212180049/http://www.avault.com/reviews/review_temp.asp?game=blood&page=1 The Adrenaline Vault] (the first to receive a five star rating; later matched by ''[[Shogo]]''), an opinion shared by [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19980128221634/http://www.3dgamers.com/3daction/00archives/blood/review.txt.html 3D Action Gamers] and [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19991128123827/http://pcgaming.com/reviews/bloodfinal.htm PC Gaming], while its lowest (60) came from [https://web.archive.org/web/20050205021814/http://www.cdmag.com/articles/002/072/blood_review.html Computer Games Magazine]. The game held a score of four and half stars on [[GOG.com]] prior to it being merged with ''[[Fresh Supply]]'', featuring highly complimentary user reviews.
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''Blood'' received a [http://www.mobygames.com/game/blood metascore] of 83 from [[:wikipedia:MobyGames|MobyGames]], [http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/blood holds] a score of 82 on [[:wikipedia:Metacritic|Metacritic]] and a [http://www.gamerankings.com/pc/196781-blood/index.html score] of 78.50% from [[:wikipedia:Game Rankings|GameRankings]]. Its highest rating (100) was given by [http://web.archive.org/web/20060212180049/http://www.avault.com/reviews/review_temp.asp?game=blood&page=1 The Adrenaline Vault] (the first to receive a five star rating; later matched by ''[[Shogo]]''), an opinion shared by [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19980128221634/http://www.3dgamers.com/3daction/00archives/blood/review.txt.html 3D Action Gamers] and [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19991128123827/http://pcgaming.com/reviews/bloodfinal.htm PC Gaming], while its lowest (60) came from [https://web.archive.org/web/20050205021814/http://www.cdmag.com/articles/002/072/blood_review.html Computer Games Magazine]. The game held a score of four and half stars on [[GOG.com]] prior to it being merged with ''[[Fresh Supply]]'', featuring highly complimentary user reviews.
  
 
''Blood'' soon grew into a [[:wikipedia:Cult video game|cult classic]], especially among fans of other [[Build]] engine titles. After its release [[Monolith Productions]] put a selection of [[Blood#Contemporary (1997-2000)|contemporary reviews]] of the game up on the [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19970705060530/http://www.blood.com/reviews/index.html ''Blood'' website], most of which are now only available through the [[:wikipedia:Wayback Machine|Wayback Machine]].
 
''Blood'' soon grew into a [[:wikipedia:Cult video game|cult classic]], especially among fans of other [[Build]] engine titles. After its release [[Monolith Productions]] put a selection of [[Blood#Contemporary (1997-2000)|contemporary reviews]] of the game up on the [http://wayback.archive.org/web/19970705060530/http://www.blood.com/reviews/index.html ''Blood'' website], most of which are now only available through the [[:wikipedia:Wayback Machine|Wayback Machine]].
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Creative director [[Nick Newhard]] has expressed regret over how much content was available in the game's shareware release, believing that it satiated players at the expense of encouraging them to seek out and purchase the full retail version. He has also remarked that the [[Life Leech]] weapon and the high hit-scan accuracy of the [[Tommy Gun]] wielding [[Fanatic#Blood|Fanatic]]s negatively affected the game's balance.
 
Creative director [[Nick Newhard]] has expressed regret over how much content was available in the game's shareware release, believing that it satiated players at the expense of encouraging them to seek out and purchase the full retail version. He has also remarked that the [[Life Leech]] weapon and the high hit-scan accuracy of the [[Tommy Gun]] wielding [[Fanatic#Blood|Fanatic]]s negatively affected the game's balance.
  
[[wikipedia:GamingOnLinux|GamingOnLinux]] reviewer [[User:Tchernobog|Hamish Paul Wilson]] decided in a [https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2015/06/the-big-three-build-engine-games-on-gog 2015 retrospective] that ''Blood'' was easily the best of the three major Build engine games, stating that ''Blood'' was "one of the most underrated shooters of the whole decade. ''Blood'' arguably built more on the legacy of ''Duke Nukem 3D'' than ''Shadow Warrior'' did, taking its gameplay to sophisticated new heights and offering its referential overtones with an even greater degree of refinement." In a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yLa2qVDhbg2017 2017 video review] of ''[[ZBlood]]'' prominent [[YouTube]]r [[Gmanlives]] agreed, commenting that out of the major Build engine games ''Blood'' always "edged itself out as [his] favourite of the three".
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[[wikipedia:GamingOnLinux|GamingOnLinux]] reviewer [[User:Tchernobog|Hamish Paul Wilson]] decided in a [https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/the-big-three-build-engine-games-on-gog.5491/article_page=3 2015 retrospective] that ''Blood'' was easily the best of the three major Build engine games, stating that ''Blood'' was "one of the most underrated shooters of the whole decade. ''Blood'' arguably built more on the legacy of ''Duke Nukem 3D'' than ''Shadow Warrior'' did, taking its gameplay to sophisticated new heights and offering its referential overtones with an even greater degree of refinement." In a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yLa2qVDhbg2017 2017 video review] of ''[[ZBlood]]'' prominent [[YouTube]]r [[Gmanlives]] agreed, commenting that out of the major Build engine games ''Blood'' always "edged itself out as [his] favourite of the three".
  
 
Player Attack described ''Blood'' in a [https://www.playerattack.com/news/2011/06/16/16135/the-history-of-duke-nukem-part-four-your-way/ 2011 article] as "the best of the Build engine games after Duke Nukem 3D, with its combination of scary atmosphere, great level design and challenging gameplay putting it above the rest." [[:wikipedia:Screen Rant|Screen Rant]] concluded in a [https://screenrant.com/video-game-remasters-wish-coming/ 2019 article] that while "it was one of many Doom clones in the vein of Wolfenstein and Duke Nukem, and while not a lot of people played it, it is now regarded as one of the best FPS games of its time."
 
Player Attack described ''Blood'' in a [https://www.playerattack.com/news/2011/06/16/16135/the-history-of-duke-nukem-part-four-your-way/ 2011 article] as "the best of the Build engine games after Duke Nukem 3D, with its combination of scary atmosphere, great level design and challenging gameplay putting it above the rest." [[:wikipedia:Screen Rant|Screen Rant]] concluded in a [https://screenrant.com/video-game-remasters-wish-coming/ 2019 article] that while "it was one of many Doom clones in the vein of Wolfenstein and Duke Nukem, and while not a lot of people played it, it is now regarded as one of the best FPS games of its time."
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*[http://www.moviefancentral.com/razgriz21/blogs/video-game-review-blood Video Game Review: Blood - MovieFanCentral (November 2016)]
 
*[http://www.moviefancentral.com/razgriz21/blogs/video-game-review-blood Video Game Review: Blood - MovieFanCentral (November 2016)]
 
*[https://www.previousweapon.com/single-post/2017/04/21/Blood---Blast-from-the-Past Blood: Blast from the Past Review - Previous Weapon (July 29, 2017)]
 
*[https://www.previousweapon.com/single-post/2017/04/21/Blood---Blast-from-the-Past Blood: Blast from the Past Review - Previous Weapon (July 29, 2017)]
*[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/blood/ Hardcore Gaming 101 (October 16, 2017)]
 
 
*[https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2017/05/12/blood-monolith-game/ Have You Played… Blood?] - [[:wikipedia:Rock, Paper, Shotgun|Rock, Paper, Shotgun]] (October 31, 2017)
 
*[https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2017/05/12/blood-monolith-game/ Have You Played… Blood?] - [[:wikipedia:Rock, Paper, Shotgun|Rock, Paper, Shotgun]] (October 31, 2017)
 
*[https://amostagreeablepastime.com/2017/06/04/review-blood/ Review: Blood - A MOST AGREEABLE PASTTIME (June 4, 2017)]
 
*[https://amostagreeablepastime.com/2017/06/04/review-blood/ Review: Blood - A MOST AGREEABLE PASTTIME (June 4, 2017)]
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*[https://pekoeblaze.wordpress.com/2015/05/03/review-blood-retro-computer-game/ Review from PekoeBlaze (May 3, 2015)]
 
*[https://pekoeblaze.wordpress.com/2015/05/03/review-blood-retro-computer-game/ Review from PekoeBlaze (May 3, 2015)]
 
*[http://heavymetalotaku.blogspot.com/2017/05/blood-20th-birthday-retrospective.html Blood: 20th Birthday & Retrospective - Heavy Metal Otaku (May 31, 2017)]
 
*[http://heavymetalotaku.blogspot.com/2017/05/blood-20th-birthday-retrospective.html Blood: 20th Birthday & Retrospective - Heavy Metal Otaku (May 31, 2017)]
*[https://memoxwashere.altervista.org/blood/ Blood, The Perfect Game For This October - Autism-o-meter (October 1, 2020)]
 
 
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