This is my first WAD ever,so it is noticeably lacking some of the more sophisticated features like rising staircases etc.I wrote it as a learning experience. There are lots of monsters,and the play level is moderate.There are also a number of secret rooms and no shortage of weapons.
================================================================ Title : PRIMUS.WAD Author : C.John Thompson Tel : 1 - 506 - 325 - 9140 Author System : Pentium 60 - PCI Local Bus 8 Mb RAM - PCI Lite SVGA and Sound Blaster Description : This is my first WAD ever,so it is noticeably lacking some of the more sophisticated features like rising staircases etc.I wrote it as a learning experience. There are lots of monsters,and the play level is moderate.There are also a number of secret rooms and no shortage of weapons. Additional Credits to : The folks at id Software ... (Brilliant work guys!) Matthew Ayres ... Waded designer to whom I owe not only thanks but also a registration fee (its on the way!) Bill Neisius ... Dmaud author Ian Hamilton ... The first player/victim of primus.wad and also the person with the Internet access allowing me to obtain Waded and to make primus.wad available to everyone. email: email@example.com ================================================================ * Play Information * Episode and Level # : E1M1 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : No Deathmatch 2-4 Player : No Difficulty Settings : 1 - 4 New Music : No New Sound Effects : Yes New Graphics : No Demos Replaced : None * Construction * Base : None Build Time : About 60 hours (40 hours frigging and 20 hours productivity) Editors used : Waded and Dmaud Known Bugs : A small section of wall allows the player to walk through it. I couldn't figure this out so I 'solved' the problem by putting four pillars in front of it... Also, there is a slight glitch in one of the corridors. I couldn't figure this out either, but since it is barely noticeable unless you know where to look I just said the hell with it! I have a sneaking suspicion that these problems represent bugs in Waded (although this is otherwise a fine product). Usage : Put Primus.wad into your 'DOOM' directory and type: doom -file primus.wad * Copyright / Permissions * You may do whatever you want with this WAD. * Where to get this WAD * Wherever you found it in the first place!