Downloads:


Note: Get all three patches!

NEW: Download PATCH 0.9.6 (3M)

NEW: Download PATCH 0.9.5 (25M)

NEW: Download PATCH 0.9.4 (4M)

Download FULL Version 0.9.3 (538M)

Torrent of FULL Version 0.9.3 (538M)


How to Install...



Updates:

May 1st, 2010
Second and Third Patch! Well, the second is honestly more of an update than a patch, to zBlood! Apparently I included a very old version of zBlood, so this is now corrected Download here - Patch 0.9.5 (25M). Also, it seems I packed the wrong textures with the mod Bloodlines, so you need to download a fix for this here - Patch 0.9.6 (3M). Looks like today is Patch Day. :( Thanks to morhlis from the gog forums for noticing this one! Don't forget to grab the previous patch too if you're newly installing, 0.9.5 and 0.9.6 do NOT contain 0.9.4 updates! So please install all three. Soon I'll be making a patch that includes all the changes and make this patching stuff less confusing. Sorry!
April 30th, 2010
First Patch! Ugh, how did I miss this? The custom map launcher failed to select and save whatever map you chose. Must have broke at some point... anyways it's fixed for now, but I need to rewrite the workings in the background for this function. Download here - Patch 0.9.4 (4M).
April 28th, 2010
First Public Release, going to start with the Something Awful Forums first, since Goons genuinely seem to be able to provide feedback (thanks Grawl, Yodzilla, Dominic White and Innominate). Please excuse any bugs you find, and if you find any, do report them: email me!
April 27th, 2010
Added the Episode/Map selector, now people can jump straight in whatever level they want to. I added the pictures to remind you which level is which if you haven't played in a while (and to show off).
April 26th, 2010
First internal version is sent to selected testers. This allowed me to locate and squash some bugs. Additional functionality added.
April 25th, 2010
Special thanks to Grawl for being my first guinea pig, I am so glad your computer didn't detonate in your face.
April 23rd, 2010
Work begins, and the primary motivation is to be able to launch Blood and all its juicy bits through Steam. If you know me, you know just how much of a Steam whore I am.
What is Blood?

 

Blood (sometimes informally called Blood: Spill Some) is a PC first person shooter computer game developed by Monolith Productions and distributed by GT Interactive. It was released on the June 20, 1997, and became well-known for its copious amounts of gore and numerous stylistic and cultural references to literary and cinematic horror works. It was also the first Build engine game to feature voxels. The game falls in the first-person shooter category and has an arsenal of curious weapons, numerous enemies and liberal amounts of gore.

 

One Unit: Whole Blood is a special collection of Blood games that includes the original Blood(fully patched) as well as the Cryptic Passage and Plasma Pak expansions. Good Old Games, a digital distribution store that offers old games at affordable prices and NO DRM WHATSOEVER, recently re-released the package for a measly 6 dollars. It runs under DOSBox, which is an emulator of the operating system for which Blood was released, MS DOS.

 

Want more Blood?

 

If you've beaten the game and want more but aren't sure where to look, are new to the game and want to make sure you'll have more AND be able to easily access the game with additional features, or just want one central place for All Things Bloody without being confused by the DOSBox system to install modifications or just don't know where to look, I humbly offer:

 

The launcher is a compilation of various released modifications and custom maps, pre-configured to run under DOSBox. All you need to do is add a little Blood (of the One Unit Whole variety, works best with the GOG.com version) and you're off to blasting more zombies, more cultists and more monsters of various kind!

 

The loader is kind of like a central from which you can access pretty much everything you need in terms of Blood (the Multiplayer aspect is tricky to set up, though).

 

Want to skip ahead and replay some of your favourite levels without using a teleporter cheat, or just brush up on your Knowledge? Want to use the Editor to build your own gore-filled maps?

 

Want to play through a vast collection of user-made maps once you've beaten every episode and know the game inside-out from an easy-to-use interface?

 

Want to try some of the modifications released over the years?

 

Most of the released stuff is here, pre-configured, easily accessible (and conveniently you can now just add the loader executable to your Steam library if you use it).