Dreamland (release 2)
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A medium-sized level featuring a few nice ideas, including two mazes. There *is* a secret exit to E1M9. This WAD is called 'Dreamland' because most...
Title : Dreamland (release 2) Filename : DRMLND/WAD Author : Martin Bazley Email Address : mailto:<email removed> Misc. Author Info : Quite tall, red haired and with a twisted sense of humour. (And, apparently, a twisted imagination... see below) Description : A medium-sized level featuring a few nice ideas, including two mazes. There *is* a secret exit to E1M9. This WAD is called 'Dreamland' because most of the design work came to me in a dream. Scary, eh!? Changes in release 2: Quite a lot, mostly affecting secret areas and map features. Nothing that affects gameplay. Some hints: Watch your back in the first maze, because those sergeants have developed a mean aim through the windows. There are three secrets in the first maze - can you find them? Before picking up the blue key, equip the chaingun and be ready to RUN!! Don't expect to survive the first time after getting the yellow key. I certainly find it difficult. Please watch the light levels in the open-air areas, because I'm very proud of them. (Multiplayer only) Do NOT attempt to kill the Cyberdemon. Avoid it instead. If you still can't complete the level, stop playing on 'Nightmare' skill... Additional Credits to : ID software (Doom) Eddie Edwards (RISC OS Doom) Justin Fletcher (Doom+, RISC OS BSP) Anthony J. Burden and Simon Oke (Deth) Lee Noar (RISC OS Deth) Colin Reed and Lee Killough (BSP) Big brother Chris (BSP front-end, web hosting) ================================================================ * Play Information * Episode and Level # : E1M3 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes (untested) Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Not really Difficulty Settings : Yes (not easy) New Sounds : No New Graphics : No New Music : No Demos Replaced : None * Construction * Base : New level from scratch Editor(s) used : Deth 3.92 (RISC OS port 1.00) BSP 2.3 Known Bugs : The hidden walk-over linedefs in the room with the yellow key are hideously unreliable. I'm sorry, there's nothing I can do about it. * Copyright / Permissions * Please distribute, twist, copy, improve, translate strip or even sell this WAD as you please, although I'd like to know if you're going to host a mirror archive or especially if you're going to review it. * Where to get this WAD * FTP sites: None BBS numbers: None Other: http://www.kingfishercorner.eu/