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A new leve for Registered Doom Replaces Episode 3 Mission 1 Try it out, it *is* worth your download time :) More toward the atmosphere of an ID level, hope you like it. Questions, Comments? Michael Kelsey firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to the authors of BSP11X! Dylan, Colin, you guys are great! Okay, so this is much more than the typical credits file. Here are the people that I would like to acknowledge for BETA testing the CourtYard: Carmen Newham Casey Miller Chris Hoppe David Lobser Trevor Phillips David Calvin SHRIKER (didn't catch your name, I apologize for this rudeness) *AND* anyone else whom I forgot to mention. All of your BETA testing is reason why CORTYR_B.ZIP is out today; not to mention BSP11X.ZIP.
Welcome to the CourtYard, REPLACES Episode 3 Mission 1 NEWBIES! READ THIS: usage: doom -file cortyr_b.wad and select episode 3. to play the demo: doom -devparm -playdemo cortyr_b and watch. This is revision B (hexadecimal) of the CourtYard. If you have *any* other version, please remove/destroy/obliterate the copy and use this one. Special thanks to Dylan and Colin for getting BSP11X out to me so quickly! That's one of the major reasons why the CourtYard is here *today*. Now for nitty gritty. This level is extrememly difficult for myself, and I consider myself a *very* experience Doom player. Included with the level is an LMP (demo) demonstrating the quickest routes to completing the level. I had to re-record *many* times because I exceeded the 15 minute recording limit. Also, I got nuked several times when attempting to cut corners and bypass some of the trouble; it didn't work :) Anyhow, if you get stuck (say you can't find one of the keys), watch the LMP, it should clarify any confusion that may abound. DESCRIPTION: CORTYR_B.ZIP Yes! There is a central CourtYard for you pleasure. Also, through- out the level you will find a power reactor, power conduits, big, big, lights, a lamppost, a huge pit, jail bars, secret elevators, and some very idle barons awaiting your company :) This level has been tested deathmatch, and, believe it or not, I got my butt fragged even though I designed the level! I admit that there are not enough linkages to fully enjoy DeathMatch, but, I hope someone else will test out the level and see how it works for them. BUG NOTICE: Yes, I know that there is still some clipping that occurs in the huge slime pit. This is a result of the "too many two-sided linedefs" bug native to the DOOM executable. That's just the way it goes :( After the final compilation, I *did* notice two sidedefs missing the appropriate textures, fortunately, they don't really get noticed. Play the level, and occassionaly stop to look :) Once again, for those who are new to this level, I have, in short, maxxed the memory capabilities of DEU. You can flip linedefs, move vertices, delete sectors, but, DEU won't compile properly, if at all. Secondly, my level was approximately 75% complete when I couldn't to a single thing with the map. So, it was at this point that I added doors, lifts, etc. etc., in places where I had not intended. I still think the level looks and plays well despite its incompleteness. I hope that you, too, enjoy it. LAST THOUGHTS: If the level is *too* difficult on UltraViolence, try a lighter setting. If you are completely new to Doom, the lightest setting will be breeze easy, meaning that you can actually find time to view the level without a sergeant peeping around the corner and blasting your nuts off (sorry ladies). This level involved *over* 40 hours of work using only DEU. I wouldn't suggest any other editor even with the BUGS that DEU has....keep working with it and you'll figure it out. Lastly, *please* don't use this level as an example. As I stated earlier, this level was only 75% complete, meaning I had to pull some strings in order to keep the level flowing. I'm very much glad it is done since I have some major projects that needed tending to. May the force be with you! (I have kept the STAR WARS sound patch on, even for the recorded demo :) Definately worth the meggage on my hard drive. 'tis all, now go out and die :) Michael Kelsey (author of STONES) email@example.com