1 level WAD.
=========================================================================== Title : "Dark star" Filename : DARKSTAR.WAD Date Finished : March 2000 Author : Michael Krause Email Address : Michael.Krause@Koeln.Netsurf.de Other WADS : ANICEDAY.WAD : GO2KILL.WAD : IRONHALL.WAD : ILOVEYOU.WAD : RUN4EVER.WAD : IPRAY4U.WAD : GOTHEWAY.WAD : DOTHEJOB.WAD : ABIGJOB.WAD : ADAY2DIE.WAD : MOON2000.WAD : RUNBUDDY.WAD : GO2HELL.WAD Version 1, slow version : GO2HELL2.WAD Version 2, faster version : AHELLDAY.WAD Description : 1 level WAD. Additional Credits : ID for DOOM 2. Team TNT for the great Boom engine. Ben Morris for DCK. Chris Dale for playtesting and a lot of tips. ========================================================================== How to play this PWAD file: Attention! This PWAD file will not run with the original Doom2 engine! You will get HOM's or VP errors. This PWAD runs well with the Boom engine! Other ports are not tested. Unzip it into your Boom directory, then start like this: BOOM -FILE DARKSTAR.WAD -WARP 5 -SKILL 4 This PWAD will run with other ports too, in ZDoom a trigger line will not work correctly, nobody knows why. If you have an idea why, please drop me a line. Other ports are not tested. =========================================================================== * Play Information * Level # : Map 5 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : No Deathmatch 2-4 Player : No Difficulty Settings : Yes, 1,2,3 for beginner, 4 for all the other New Sounds : No New Graphics : Yes, I created some textures, feel free to use them New Music : No Demos Replaced : No * Construction * Base : New level from scratch. Editor used : DCK v2.2 by Ben Morris. Time used : 5 hours, ...? no that's a joke Known Bugs : Small texture misalignments here and there, but not really noticable unless you look for them. * Copyright / Permissions * Authors may use this level as a base to build additional levels as long as you credit me for them (email me a copy of it, I'd love to see it). You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD) as long as you include these files intact.