WADs in idGames, DOOMSDAY, Multiplayer
Heretic: Dissonance is a level conjured inside (and out) of a Fortress built at the edge of D'sparil Dimension, You (Corvus) must find away through the treacherous building in hopes to find a switch, or some line segment that will free you from its grasp. Lame Story right? meh.. Its just a level to see if I could still do it, and I can. So I had done some more designing too, such as pixel by pixel sectors to cover the black on the stainglass, and imported monsters and custom hacks but only zdoom supported it ( and some with new doomsday betas ) but i'd prefer a level in which everyone can play by just loading it in their fav source ports. Notes: There are some sprites and stuff that take advantage of Dengine techniques that may not make sense or display a little funky in Zdoom Vavoom or Whatever, but its a Jheretic thing, you Zdoomer's wouldn't understand :) The lights (and time consuming as it was) are sector made for Zdoom and other non-flashy (but always work with anything and everything source ports) that seem trivial in JHeretic, but shows time, dedication, and effort of modern conception of sector based limited lighting, you JHeretic people wouldnt understand :) This Wad may be used in conjunction with any high-res texture packs, however if you use Doomsday 1.8.6, only the high-res flats will show up, don't judge me on that email me: I'd love some comments or whatever, maybe LAN?
Escape to Corvus
A sixteen level adventure for single player or coop. Deathmatch starts are included and the levels should at least be functional for this mode. Anyway, the story is that after the alien invasion, you were one of many people trying to make it to Earth's starport to escape the onslaught. The ship is destined for the Corvus base on a moon of Jupiter.
This is a story-driven WAD roughly in the vein of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. Make sure you read the back story at the end of this file as it will enhance your gameplay. This WAD was started in 1995 while I was still in college, then shelved for ten years while I participated in "Real Life". I recently had some free time and, after discovering a number of outstanding DOOM utilities (DoomBuilder is an incredible editor), I decided to part the mothballs and finish the WAD. The original WAD was greatly extended and enhanced, and I'm satisfied with the result. I hope you will be too.