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Filenames
stjohns.wad
Size
128.41 KB
MD5
2a3fcef4a85a49171cf2eec5c844583d
SHA-1
a7957173ae2b39f4e6f96419dd626c3d2e9b4608
WAD Type
PWAD
IWAD
UNKNOWN
Engine
UNKNOWN
Lumps
11
Maps
1
 
MAP12
STJOHNS.WAD
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This is a (fairly) topologically accurate map of St John's College,Cambridge.
Architecturally speaking its fairly reasonable too (at least I think so).
Contains no altered bitmaps,textures, sprites or sounds.
Extensively play tested, designed primarily for deathmatch but single player
is ok. A co-operative ending is required (2 players in co-operation) for a
net game.

Secret passages are (mostly) relevant to St John's College and to the author,
a graduate of St Johns . A working knowledge of St John's will help you find
your way around.

INFO
====
Patch level - E2M1, could be changed if wished.Contains a cyberdemon, so maybe
not E2M8.
Difficulty levels allowed for.
Editors  - doomcad,deu,dmapedit.
Node builders - BSP,IDBSP10
Writing time - about 3 weeks, on and off.

BUGS
====
When compiled under IDBSP10, there is a Hall of mirrors effect visible at the
top of the "chapel tower" when viewed from the "main gate".This bug disappears
when compiled under BSP.However the IDBSP version is a fair sight faster
(due to having the reject resource) so is more suited to a net game.Both
versions are included.

DISTRIBUTION
============
STJOHNS.WAD - IDBSP compiled, recommended for net.
STJNOHOM.WAD - BSP compiled, slower, no reject, no HOM.
STJOHNS.TXT - this file

This wad file should not be incorporated/altered without the authors permission.
A Cambridge mission may be put together at some point in the future, time
allowing (the Cavendish physics labs have already been done by somebody else).

AUTHOR
======
Ian Calderbank (itc@eng.cam.ac.uk)
Donations to the author's May week beer fund gratefully received,
 c/o St Johns College
        Cambridge
        UK

MAP12

DM Spawns
8
Co-op Spawns
4
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