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Names
ELECTRIC SHORTS DOOM-WAD 12
Filenames
eshort12.wad
Size
254.47 KB
MD5
ae234ac6bca6b6218553a29396faa1e0
SHA-1
bf52c62bcc411b026b5709112b3d68867f630d90
WAD Type
PWAD
IWAD
UNKNOWN
Engine
UNKNOWN
Maps
0
TITLE:                  ELECTRIC SHORTS DOOM-WAD 12
FILENAME:               Eshort12.wad
AUTHOR:                 John DiSaia
E-mail:                 JDiSaia@AOL.com
                        (and soon JPDISAIA@uci.edu)

DESC:                   Here you are in a corridor faced with a   
                        gauntlet of sorts. Fortunately, there's a 
                        shotgun for your beast-slaughtering       
                        needs... This wad features two levels     
                        (replacing E1M1 and E1M2) with new        
                        music for the first level and some new
                        sound effects as well (from a variety of  
                        sources-listed below). 
                       

*Play Information*

Episode and Level:      E1M1, E1M2
Single Player:          Yep
Cooperative players:    Yep
DeathMatch:             Not Really.
Difficulty Settings:    Of course.
New Sounds:             A few.
New Graphics:           Nope.
New Music:              For E1M1.
Demos Replaced:         Nope.

*Construction*

Base:                   New from scratch 
Build Time:             Far too long! Oh, the learning process.....
Editors Used:           DEU 5.21, WADED 1.81
Known Bugs:             A few walls may occasionally become       
                        transparent. This is a second version of
                        Eshort1.wad, which had a more simple E1M1 
                        with no new music or sounds. This former  
                        version accompanied an ELECTRIC SHORTS   
                        ONLINE article on beginning WAD           
                        construction.

Thanks:                 To Dream Warrior for Predator.wad from    
                        which a few sound f/x were "borrowed."
                        
                        To Scott Kearney for the compilation
                        CLASSIC.wad from which the music for E1M1
                        was "borrowed."
                        
                        To ID for making a cool game like DOOM and 
                        then letting guys like me write levels!

*Copyright/Permission*

Authors may use this level to build additional levels, but if it is
released in a compilation or on a CD I want a copy! :)

You may distribute this WAD, provided that 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.

*Where to get this WAD*
America Online (and wherever else it finds itself.... )

For new ELECTRIC SHORTS ONLINE issues, check America Online in the
GAMES section under ELECTRONIC MAGAZINES or call the RIMEnet.

The home node is InfoMat (714) 366-1355  (USA).
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