Complete reconstruction of main Atari Corporate offices. Includes .BMP legends so you can find the offices of your favorite (or not so favorite) Atari employees and Executives. Try for a perfect score -- I DARE YA!
Instructions : Place ATARI.WAD in your Doom2 folder. From within your Doom2 folder type: DOOM2 -FILE ATARI.WAD <return> ======================================================================= Title : ATARI.WAD Date : 3/20/95 Version 1.0 Author : Greg LaBrec Email Address : 70007.6363@Compuserve.com Misc. Author Info : Director of Creative Services at Atari Corporation Description : Complete reconstruction of main Atari Corporate offices. Includes .BMP legends so you can find the offices of your favorite (or not so favorite) Atari employees and Executives. Try for a perfect score -- I DARE YA! Additional Credits to : id Software -- Isn't it obvious? Sandy LaBrec -- For putting up with me Bill Rehbock -- Turning me onto Doom2 Jack V. -- Author of DeeP Doom Editor Tal Funke-Bilu -- Tester Mike Fulton -- Tester Fragman -- Sounds borrowed from Kaos Author of RSOUND.WAD ======================================================================= * Type of DOOM II file* New level WAD : Yes * Play Information * Map # : Map 01 & Map 02 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes Difficulty Settings : Yes New Sounds : Yes New Music : No New Graphics : Yes Demos Replaced : No * Construction * Base : New level from scratch Build Time : About 6 weeks + Testing Primary Editor(s) used : DeeP DCK 2.0 Other programs used : WinTex, DeuTex, DoomCAD, DeepBSP, RMB Known Bugs : Runs very close to 256 2-side line limit in some areas. May occasionally produce some HOM effects. Minimum System Recmnd. : 486/66 Doom Version : Tested with 1.7 * Copyright / Permissions * Authors MAY NOT use this level as a base to build additional levels, nor may it be edited in any way without permission from the author. You MAY distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file intact.