WADs in idGames, 2016
Japanese Community Project is a 32 level megawad made by Japanese Doomers. Doom is a minor game in Japan, so Doom community in Japan is very small. The community having been weakening year by year, we started this project for strengthening our solidarity, improving mapping skill, and so on. We aimed a low-threshold project which anyone could participate. Some doomers were inexperience mappers or beginners, so Tatsurd-Cacocaco, a project leader, supported map's detail and port compatibility. We finally managed to complete 32 maps which are the same quality as modern maps. Japanese status HUD is included .If you load JPCP_HUD.wad with this wad, status bar in "Katakana" and "Kanji" can be used. We hope that you have a good time.
Mutiny (A Doomworld Community Project)
Mutiny is a 16-level, Limit Removing Community Project Episode for Doom 2 intended to be the spiritual successor of late 90's cyberpunk themed wads such as STRAIN, Hacx, Nimrod, Dystopia 3, and Perdition's Gate. It features new colorful, high contrast, (intentionally retro) textures inspired by the works of Iika Keranen and Anthony Czerwonka, complete with plenty radioactive signs, warning stripes, computers, slime, and rust.
Six episodes of classic Doom maps, originally candidates for last year's "Doom the Way Id Did", arranged in an episodic format. DTWID was a long but fruitful journey, with somewhere around a hundred map submissions in total. Given the strictness of the rules, most of the maps cut were not done so for reasons of quality. On their own they're quite solid maps, deserving their own showcase. This collection, while not 100% complete, contains the vast majority of submissions to the project. Episodes 1-3 are an alternate take on the idea of Doom the Way Id Did, three sets of maps arranged to mimic id's original episodic styles. Several maps in these sets were very close contenders to the main project, excluded only because of withdrawals or episode length limits. You may be hard- pressed to find a difference in quality! Episode 4 follows partially in the same vein, with several maps that mimic the style of id's "Thy Flesh Consumed" and hell-themed levels filling out the rest of the roster. Episode 5, "Base Instinct", is a "bonus" episode of E1/E2-style maps, and can be thought of as an alternate take on the Phobos / Deimos story. The episode can be accessed in the main game menu with either ZDoom or Eternity. For vanilla or other ports, running DTWID-E5.wad will load E5's maps in place of E1's. Episode 6, "The Final Gate", is a ZEternity- exclusive "Boss Rush" episode consisting of E*M8 candidates. No separate wad is provided, as MAPINFO is required to make the boss exits work, though the individual maps are vanilla compatible for those willing to put the maps in the correct slots.
32in24-16: DOOT CTF
The Yeoman Engineers and Designers of Software (YEDS) rise from their graves to present you DOOT CTF! Formed into existence through a magical ritual of skeletal trumpeters, DOOT CTF brings you 34 of the finest Capture the Flag maps ever constructed in a week and then needlessly fussed over for a year! Gather some friends and some holy water and compete to capture the most flags on these spookiest of battlegrounds: MAP01: Bad Times at the Armory by AlexMax MAP02: Flag Quest by GregLafitte MAP03: Cthulhu Fhtagn (What a Wonderful Phrase) by TheMionicDonut MAP04: The Greasy Brown Toad Bloater Special by Getsu Fune MAP05: Stones 'n' Bones by Jimmy (edits and detail by The Green Herring) MAP06: Spooky Shit by Walter Confalonieri MAP07: Tootsie Roll Showdown by Mechadon MAP08: Peruvian Voodoo Fortress by TheMionicDonut MAP09: Count Mortimer's Quest by 40oz MAP10: Scarydarkfast by 40oz MAP11: Count Toothy's Super Canoe by Mechadon MAP12: The Devil Is Evil by joe-ilya MAP13: Ren & Stimpack by scotty MAP14: Bone Pun or Something by Gothic MAP15: Displeasure Island by Rude MAP16: Voodoo Geometry by Breezeep MAP17: Creepy Cube Conspiracy by Zakurum MAP18: Grave Danger by Pinchy MAP19: Come On Down to Spooky Town by Mechadon MAP20: Get On the Floor, Everybody Walk the Bloodivore by esselfortium MAP21: Gloomy Gulch by Marcaek (detail by 40oz) MAP22: Captive's Crypts by Marcaek MAP23: Pumpkin Patch Kids by Marcaek MAP24: 32spooky24me by TheMionicDonut MAP25: BAD MOON by RottKing MAP26: YOU'RE GONNA HAVE A BAD TIME by Xaser MAP27: Castles of the Cyber-Creeps by andrewj MAP28: FatSmile.jpg by Marcaek (detail by Pinchy) MAP29: The Treefolk Assault Pumpkin Valley by lupinx-Kassman MAP30: GASTERISK by Xaser MAP31: Naval Skeletal Battle + by Gothic and Marcaek MAP32: The Wolfenshining by TheMionicDonut MAP33: Naval Skeletal Battle by Gothic MAP34: Coloured War by joe-ilya
Tech Gone Bad
My Boss level replacement for e1m8...22 years laterAfter exiting the Computer Station you knew the worst was up ahead. You still hadn'treached the place where the demons were coming from. The steel door shutsbehind you as you realize you're there; you're at the Phobos Anomaly. Cracks fromhell are all over the place as seepage from the portal invades the entire installation.Now it's time to find the portal and stop the demons from coming through. You knowUAC had hundreds of scientists working at a high-tech lab somewhere in this area, andthe portal must be connected to it somehow. Time to lock and load.