WADSpy takes a look at a Doom map and shows which monsters are present
on each skill level. Then it calculates the total number of ammunition
available and, based on that and the number of all the monsters' health
points, generates a difficulty ratio.
Aside from that, it also lists all available player starts and thus
which play modes a level supports.|
WADWhat v1.1 (08/28/1994) (c) by Randall R. Spangler|
To my knowledge, there are no bugs in this program (tho' the original
WADWhat gives other ratios for some levels. Reason as yet unknown)|
|Anonymous||great idea - 5/5||x|
|Anonymous||Interesting but liable to produce unexpectedly bizarre results. Take d2reload MAP30, for example. It correctly detects the presence of two Cybers and two Spider Masterminds and then reports total monster hit points as 3782. WTF?! - N_A||x|
|Anonymous||Great! And you can compile it to run in Linux, too.||x|
|Anonymous||Quite useful for checking various statistics of maps.||x|
|Anonymous||Useful, original, small size, simple to use.
Almost perfect, I guess.||x|