WADs in idGames, IWAD
The idea for the layout is borrowed from STARWAR1.WAD by Matt Falk. In no way is this wad connected to any of the tremendous wads in the starwars series by Matt Falk. If his next ones are as good as STARWAR1, then I will have to buy some more floppy disks to store them. : The name of the wad is obtained from the shape of the map. : The story: As humanity reaches out into the unexplored regions of space they may encounter some less- than-friendly races. One such incidence occurred a few years ago on Pluto. The base, a sector of the Specialized Planetary Defence (SPD) ring was overrun by some nasty semi-humanoids with a bad attitude. An unsuspecting marine on an inspection tour landed and was suprised to find the base crawling with "things" he had never seen before. He had had bad receptions before, but not like this one...
Sixareas.wad (six areas wad)
A wad based on six separate areas that lead from a central room. The entrance to each area is marked by a number on the door. The level can be best solved by following the doors in order. In addition, there are 34 new graphic elements (most in the status bar). See if you can find them all.
Strife Shareware v1.0
The first release of a demo for Strife, older than the first full retail release, and much more elusive online than the Strife 1.1 demo. This release is primarily intended for historical preservation and curiosity. For a more accurate representation of the full game, see /roguestuff/strife11.zip, or buy Strife: Veteran Edition.