Blood (DOS)

Mature
ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Gameplay
Narrative
83
Critic Score
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
4.1
User Score
5 point score based on user ratings.

Related Web Sites

  • Blood Cheats (from 3D Gamers)
  • Blood - Coming from 3D Realms (game development page at the Apogee/3D Realms website, snapshot from 1996 preserved by the Wayback Machine)
  • Blood Pool (Ring of sites dedicated to Blood. Some may be down but there are many still working.)
  • Blood Wiki (The Blood Wiki, a wiki devoted to the first-person shooter game Blood, its sequel Blood II: The Chosen, and their respective expansion packs. Also available is information on the various mods, fan projects, development details, and the fictional world in which Caleb and the others live in.)
  • Control Z's Blood Site (A good Fan Site for Blood)
  • Crapshoot (A humorous review on PC Gamer)
  • Crudux Cruo (A fan site that contains custom level reviews, a "Blood Bank", and links to other sites. In the cultist language "Crudux Cruo" means "Fresh Blood." )
  • Deathmask.net (A personal fan-page that contains some downloads and other things relating to Blood. It also hosts the famous "Build on XP" tutorial.)
  • PlanetBlood (Featuring downloads, reviews, hosted sites, fan fiction/art... just about everything that has to do with Blood 1 and 2. The perfect site for any Bloodite.)
  • Purgatory (The site of a large, four-episode Total Conversion for Blood.)
  • The 13th Realm (A Blood total-conversion that aims to include more "traditional" horror elements in Blood's levels.)
  • The Official Blood Homepage (official website of the game from 1997, preserved by the Wayback Machine)
  • The Postmortem (Sort of a monument-like fansite built for Blood and Blood II: The Chosen to keep it's soul alive for the next generation of Bloodites.)
  • Zaphod's Blood Page (One of the oldest existing fansites for Blood, Zaphod's contains screenshots, custom maps, and some hints and tips.)

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