Names
Energia 1.01
Filenames
energia.wad
Size
3.38 MB
MD5
0cc9aa3488e21656a0d686c03cfc1344
SHA-1
8e1a86b227de53245e0c485e944511aa83177562
WAD Type
PWAD
IWAD
DOOM2
Engine
DOOM2
Lumps
860
Demos
3
Maps
20
 
MAP01, MAP02, MAP03, MAP04, MAP05, MAP06, MAP07, MAP08, MAP09, MAP10, MAP11, MAP12, MAP13, MAP14, MAP15, MAP16, MAP17, MAP18, MAP19, MAP20
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Û Energia.WAD 

Title                   : Energia 1.01
PWAD created by:        : Dimensionality

          *** Comments and nits welcome!! E-mail us!! ***

Email Address(es)       : in87@jove.acs.unt.edu (Strangelove)
                        : watcher@mhk113.rh.psu.edu (Watcher)
                        : ichaos@voicenet.com (Inspired Chaos)

Additional credits to   : Lobser, Brockhouse, Malcolm, and Cusick


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Û Description               
                          20 maps on Skaro.  Single player or Coop to
                          steal the Daleks' new Time Disruptor;

                          Deathmatch: Prevent your opponents from getting
                          the Time Disruptor -- the last map is a race
                          to the finish

                          This version does NOT require DeHackEd.  If I
                          remembered to include the DeH, be warned it's
                          a VERY early beta... testing suggestions welcome,
                          but note the date... this should be superceeded
                          pretty soon, as if anyone out there still plays
                          with Doom II...

                          Caveat: whilst I prominently label this as 1.01.
                          not all the probs in 1.0 are fixed. 8-\
                          

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Û Play Information 


Episode and Level #     : Maps 1-20 

Single Player           : Yes 

Cooperative 2-4 Player  : Yes

Deathmatch I  2-4 Player: Untested... play at own risk! (let us know)

Deathmatch II 2-4 Player: Yes! Primarily designed for such! ** WITH **
                          MONSTERS!!! it's little use to go through the
                          sprite replacements and then not use them...

Difficulty Settings     : 1 - I wear Kevlar undergarments  8) 8) 8)
                              Lots of Daleks with weakened firepower

                          2 - I dare you to kill me! OOPS!!!
                              *HARD*

                          3 - Daddy, can I play?
                              easy -- but often with more obstacles
                              and fewer weapons

                          4 - Bring 'em on!
                              Medium Hard

                          5 - I like to run alot. Gotta run!
                              Medium Hard, with faster Daleks and
                              reinforcements

                          also: don't forget to try the -respawn parameter 
                          on skills 1-4 for even more possibilities...

                          ...or skill 2 -fast... oh no!

New Music               : Yes! All original music on all original maps!
New Sounds              : Yes!
New Graphics            : Daleks! Movellans!
Demos Replaced          : For Version 1.9... prior version users beware!
Exits                   : Provided!


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Û The Story so far...     (Deathmatch version)

                          After being routed by the Terran forces,
                          the Movellans have split into factions over a 
                          methodological dispute.  While the differences 
                          may be irreconcilable, the civil war must be 
                          brought to a close as quickly as posssible,
                          as the very survival of the Movellans may be
                          at stake.

                          Identified is a point in time where, on Skaro
                          itself, the dominant faction of Daleks
                          are fast at work on a second Time Disruptor...

                          You have been sent back in time to infiltrate
                          Skaro and find the Disruptor and tag it for
                          transmission away from Skaro.  While you will
                          not have assistance, you will be replaced if
                          eliminated.

                          Shortly after you have transmatted into a 
                          cluster of short, intersecting hallways, you 
                          discover that your rival Movellan factions have
                          also sent agents.

                          At all costs, they must not be allowed to get  
                          the Time Disruptor!

                          [ BTW: Does anyone have an image of the original
                               Time Disruptor they could send me? ]


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Û Construction 

Base                          : New levels from scratch.
Build Time                    : June 1995 - Present (Ugh! Distractions!)
Editor(s) used by Strangelove : DoomCAD 5.1 and 6.1, DeuTex and
                                DeuSF 3.4, WinTex 4.0e, DCK 2.2 and 3.3,
                                WARMDOS,MS Paint, and Micrographix Picture
                                Publisher, and one I'm not supposed to have
Editor(s) used by Watcher     : WinDEU 5.24, DoomCAD 6.1, WadEd, and
                                WARMDOS
Known Bugs                    : 1 pesky node prob in Arrival fixed...
                                replaced by serious aesthetic flaws...
                                

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Û Copyright / Permissions 

° All maps except as listed below:

Authors may use the level maps for a base if they must.  Just give me 
credit as the original author. Hmmpf! *Human* meddling! 8(

° A Ruin on Skaro, Metal Hell, The reactor, and Hole:

Ask permission from Watcher

° The Nexus:

Ask permission from Inspired Chaos

° Civilizations from the series Doctor Who:

The Daleks are (c) 1963 Terry Nation and the BBC

The Movellans are (c) 1978 BBC

° Sprites:

The Black daleks are modified from David Lobser's sprites, used with
permission

New Regular, Levatating, and Scientist sprites taken from scans by
Strangelove

The base pictures for the Movellan Handgun sprites were created by Jeremy
Malcolm.  Many thanks!

Shot-impacts for the new energy weapons provided for by Watcher

The Special Weapons Dalek is derived from a JPEG from the episode
"Rememberance of the Daleks," 1988

The revised Movellans are based on two images in a JPEG from the
episode "Destiny of the Daleks," 1978, and has recently been animated by
Andrew Brockhouse, who has a "Dr Who" Doom project of his own...

The original Movellans were based on a text description and fleeting 
memories of an episode I had before I loaned my Doctor Who Collection 
to Shawn Rasmussen, E Battery of the Patriot Battallion at Bitburg AB 
in Germany in 1992, who still has all my tapes.  If you know Shawn, 
please let me know how to get in contact with him... I won't kill him.  

Honest.  ;)


° Music info: 

   Maps 2, 7, and 13: Dark Industrial Texture #1 (c) 1996 J. James Gholston

   Map 9: Dark Industrial Texture #1 (c) 1996 J. James Gholston

   Maps 3 and 17: Darwinian Symphony, Mvt I  Copyright (c) 1996 J. James
   Gholston

   Map 10: Darwinian Symphony, Mvt II Copyright (c) 1996 J. James Gholston

   Map 5, 14, and 18: Option 01: 'Spite' Copyright (c) 1996 "Automaton"

   Maps 4 and 15: Option 02: 'Compliance' Copyright (c) 1996 "Automaton"
                           
   Maps 11 and 20: Habeus Corpus 1   Copyright (c) 1996 J. James Gholston

   Maps 6 and 19: Habeus Corpus "C" Copyright (c) 1996 J. James Gholston

   Maps 12 and 16: Habeus Corpus 2   Copyright (c) 1996 J. James Gholston


Interlude music for the wrong descriptive text:
       Habeus Corpus "Ersatz" (c) 1996 J. James Gholston, garbled in 
       translation from MID to MUS... when you hear this, hit the space 
       bar... the accompanying text has NOTHING to do with Energia... 

All rights reserved by the original composer!
           ~~~~~~~~
Do not include the music in any derivations of this PWAD without the above 
copyright notices, and absolutely don't use my music outside of this WAD
without my permission!

° Distro:

You may distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with
no modifications, and any fees are to cover distribution costs (The
royalties that would get involved with a commercial distribution stagger
the imagination!)

You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette,
CD, etc) as long as you include this file intact.  If possible,
we would like to be informed.

° Thanks to:

id Software for developing the Doom engine (although this goes
without saying!), and the Quake Engine, for which Energia 2.0 is intended
for... it may take a little while, tho...

° Watcher wishes special thanks to:

Sean, author of QuBE, and a Quake map or two we might be putting out...

° Dr Strangelove wishes special thanks to:

Olivier Montanuy, for putting up with my constant bug reports for
earlier versions of WinTex (As of 4.1, the ones I found are fixed),
and to Ray Cusick, who designed Terry Nation's Daleks back in 1963.


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Û Where can I find this WAD or later versions?

     FTP

           ftp.cdrom.com


     World Wide Web

           http://mhk113.rh.psu.edu/~dimensionality


     Disk or CD-ROM

          Missile Graphics and Software
          001 (214) 234-0968
 
          Big Byte Software
          http://www.contrails.com/bigbyte

     BBS (and another way to get ahold of Dr Strangelove)

          The DeathMatch Arena BBS

          Defunct, no hardware, no phone lines, and rats scampering
          over the tattered remainants of the software. 8(

                                          

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MAP01

DM Spawns
7
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP02

DM Spawns
4
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP03

DM Spawns
19
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP04

DM Spawns
8
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP05

DM Spawns
11
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP06

DM Spawns
14
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP07

DM Spawns
6
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP08

DM Spawns
6
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP09

DM Spawns
6
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP10

DM Spawns
4
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP11

DM Spawns
6
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP12

DM Spawns
7
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP13

DM Spawns
4
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP14

DM Spawns
5
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP15

DM Spawns
4
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP16

DM Spawns
7
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP17

DM Spawns
11
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP18

DM Spawns
7
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP19

DM Spawns
12
Co-op Spawns
4

MAP20

DM Spawns
6
Co-op Spawns
4
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