================================================================ WARNING!!!! This is supposed to be a 3 level set but i only finished 2 levels. The third level will "maybe" get done "some day". Title : Rock Isle Filenames : rockisle.wad Install.Bat Deusf.exe Rockisle.txt Author : Zigmund Ozwell Date : 5/9/01 Email Address : email@example.com Homepage: Other wads by author : Outahere.wad, Cavern.wad Additional Credits to : ID Software, The Doom Alchemy Guide, And my dad for saying "come here and try this new shareware game i got" Story line : Our intrepid Space Marine falls over board from his rescue ship after getting completely shitfaced drunk after his last mission. Washing up on the shore of an island he see's a flickering light eminating from a cave just ahead of him. "Well, (he thinks to himself) Only one way to go". * Play Information * Installation instuctions :Put all the files in your Doom2 directory and then run the install.bat .This will put all the necessary goodies into the Rockisle.wad . Then just run the Wad from your command line like normal. Episode and Level # :Map 01 and Map 02 for Doom 2 Single Player :yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : nope Deathmatch 2-4 Player : nope Difficulty Settings : nope (see permissions below) New Sounds : nope New Graphics : Just a few, night sky and a waterfall,some trees oh yeah and that Spiffy chaingun from Doom Alchemy. New Music : nope Demos Replaced : none Other Info: This level "should" work for any port because it's made for plain old vanilla doom. * Construction * Base :scratch Editor(s) used : WadEd, BSP 5.0, Wintex Known Bugs : none that i have found but because it's not GL friendly, using the JDoom port causes some walls to be missing. * Copyright / Permissions * Authors MAY NOT use these levels as a base to build additional levels. BUT if you wish to make skill levels for this wad send me a copy and i will update it and give you credit for it :) You MAY distribute this WAD, provided 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.