SEAN201.WAD (45764 bytes)
================================================================ Title : SEAN201.WAD (45764 bytes) Author : S. White Email Address : Internet: <email removed> Description : DOOMII deathmatch level Additional Credits to : Edmap and idbsp authors for the tools and to the many various people who wrote the faqs that made using them surprisingly easy. Thanks also to Ben S. (brown) and Ralph V. (indigo) for playtesting. ================================================================ * Play Information * Episode and Level # : MAP01 Single Player : Yes Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes Difficulty Settings : Yes New Sounds : No New Graphics : No New Music : No Demos Replaced : No (but a v1.666 .lmp is in the .zip file) * Description * : A small deathmatch level--consisting of two large rooms at different heights. Lots of platforms, pillars, tunnels, and ledges at different heights. There is no super-shotgun or BFG-9000. There is a plasma rifle but it's damn tough to get to. Monsters have been included so that the level won't be a total waste in one- player mode. The demo was recorded using a 90MHz Pentium, a 60MHz Pentium and a 66MHz 486DX2 PC. The WAD runs great on a Pentium but your mileage may vary. * Construction * Base : A new DOOMII level from scratch. Editor(s) used : Edmap v1.30, idbsp 1.1BETA Known Bugs & Limitations: Exit switch looks a little ugly. * Copyright / Permissions * Authors may use this level as a base to build additional levels. If you do something interesting enough to upload to an ftpsite based on this level feel free to send me a pointer to the site and filename of the offspring. I do ask that any derivatives use a very different filename. I'd like the SEANxxx-named files to just be levels I've contributed. You may distribute the three files I'll be uploading (sean201.txt, sean201.wad, and sean201.lmp) in any way you like. I would prefer you keep at least the text file and the wad file together but I won't lose any sleep if you don't. If you put any of these files on a CD a complimentary copy for me would be nice (but not required). * Where to get this WAD * Internet: I'll upload it to ftp.cdrom.com and hopefully it'll propagate out to the mirrors from there.