This Wad is for DOOM ][ only. A deathmatch level. A small predictable wad. There is a central room with a bfg surronded by four other rooms containing the other weapons. All the rooms are connected. If you want to know any more you'll have to play it.
================================================================ Title : HARMONY.WAD Authors : Chris Donges Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org Description : This Wad is for DOOM ][ only. A deathmatch level. A small predictable wad. There is a central room with a bfg surronded by four other rooms containing the other weapons. All the rooms are connected. If you want to know any more you'll have to play it. Additional Credits to : Playtesters Paul Pennington (may your mouse always be an osborne) and Liam Orford (If you shoot one more rocket at me I will rip your head off.) Also I must thank the security guard who stopped us playing so we could do some work. ================================================================ * Play Information * Episode and Level # : 01 Single Player : No (Well... you could, but why?) Cooperative 2-4 Player : No - See above Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes!! The only way to play! Should be played with -altdeath and -respawn. Difficulty Settings : No New Sounds : No New Graphics : No New Demos : No Space needed : About 10k Files Included : harmony.wad * Construction * Base : Scratch Build Time : About a day (my first wad) Editor(s) used : DoomCad 5.7 / DOS Edit (for this file) Wad Design : Chris Donges Known Bugs : None, let me know if you find any. Comments : None. * Copyright / Permissions * You may post this file freely, *provided* this text file is included. If this wad is to be included on a cd-rom you *must* send me a cd. email me for a postal address. Please do not edit or make any changes to the original Wad. You may not use this as a base for any other wad. I welcome any constructive suggestions you may have in regards to it though. * Where to get this WAD * Offical site - http://www.iii.net/users/chrisd.html FTP sites: The usual idsoftware mirrors