================================================================ Title : Deathmatch Entryway Author : Timothy Twelves EMail Address : <email removed> Filename : DMTRIX1.WAD Doom Version : Doom 2 v1.666 Additional Credits : ID Software ================================================================ * Description * This is a fast paced deathmatch wad. The level is a multi-level type wad. The levels are on top of each other, ie: you get holes in the floor you require to jump over. The level is FAST for 3-4 player deathmatch. For 2 players, the level might be a slightly large(Not big), and I recommend 3 to 4 player deathmatch for the best game out of this wad. DMTRIX1.WAD was designed to allow single player and multi-player co-operative. All modes of play are supported (Easy, Medium, Hard). This is definitly a wad which is worth playing. * Level Background * This is the first wad in my 32level single/deathmatch main wad. All wads in the 32level WAD will be playable from most possible play-modes. Deathmatch is the main idea behind every WAD. A deathmatch wad that can't support monsters is probably not a good, fair deathmatch wad. * Play Information * Episode and Level # : MAP01 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes Difficulty Settings : Yes New Sounds : No New Graphics : No Demos Replaced : None Designed for : Deathmatch 3-4 player * Construction * Base : New level from scratch Inspired by : 3d-Level idea Build Time : Two Days Editor(s) used : DEEP Auther Information : First Doom2 wad Enjoys fast paced DM wads. * Bugs * Known Bugs : None, Any bugs found to <email removed> Playtesting : Trix, Drac, Brattex, Poison, Sherlock, Zaphod, Incognito. Playtesting type : Single Player; 2 player Deathmatch; 3-4 player Deathmatch. Deathmatch I; Deathmatch II; * Copyright / Permissions * iD Software can use this level as a base to build additional levels. Distribute this level as much as possible, in any way. This file [DMTRIX1.TXT] must be with the DMTRIX1.WAD file in the main archive and my name must never be removed from this or any other file that I release.