Honestly, semen doesn't taste that bad.
Yeah, Wolf modding is pretty crazy. Just read this description of some old level set:
Great job whoever did this. I didn't know Wolf engine allows...
"_Temporary Insanity_ is a set of thirty Wolf3D levels in 6-episode
format. (Don't bother converting them to the shareware level format--
they won't work. 3-episode *might* work, but we haven't tested it.)
Some of these levels were previously released as "Nat's Wolfenstein 3-D
levels," but most are completely new. Each of the levels uses both keys
and fills the entire map. Just like in the original levels, you'll
start in a jail cell, but this time it's locked... and you don't have
the key. It gets worse from there.
These levels use tons of neat effects you have probably never seen
before: walk-through walls, walk-through objects, self-moving blocks,
invisible enemies, statues that spring to life when you shoot them,
areas where you move uncontrollably, red-hot walls (don't stand too
close!), locked doors that can't be opened with either key, forcefields,
areas that can only be reached on certain difficulty levels, time limits
(no, not par times, actual time limits enforced by the game), places
where winning depends on knowing who *not* to kill, mazes where facing
the wrong direction can be fatal, two secret levels for Episode One, and
much more! All of this is done without modifying the Wolf3D program in