Title : "The Cinema of Death" v2.0
Filename : CINEMA.WAD
Author : Jonathan "W_Wallace" Daughtrey
Email Address : email@example.com
Misc. Author Info : ICQ UIN: 196952
Home Page: http://www.beldar.com/~jld/
The Chop Shop: http://www.planetquake.com/chopshop/
Clan Wallace: http://www.planetquake.com/chopshop/clanwallace/
Description : This massive project is a result of two years worth of work
and was my first computer game project. It serves no purpose,
except to show myself what I could do if I tried. If you need
help beating the level, check out Cinema Doom's homepage here: http://www.beldar.com/~jld/cinema/index.html
Additional Credits to : The original members of idsoftware who created this great game
and finally released the source code, the creators of Doom Legacy,
all the creators of the great Doom Editing programs I used, and all the creators of the stuff I ripped!
* Play Information *
Episode and Level # : E1M1
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes, although not tested.
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Maybe. (This level's size and numerous hiding places would probably
be great fraggin fun without all those damn monsters, that is if it works!)
Difficulty Settings : Not Implemented
New Sounds : Yes
New Graphics : Yes
Demos Replaced : None
* Construction *
Base : New level from scratch and my first one at that!
Build Time : Years of hard work and difficulty but in the
end it was well worth it.
Editor(s) used : EdMap v1.31 and EdMap v1.40, DCK v2.x through v3.62,
DEHACKED v3.0a, Wintex v3.4 through Wintex v4.3,
DeuSF v3.8, Mus2Midi v1.0, Midi2Mus v2.04,
TED v1.2, NewWadTool v1.3.
Hardware used : Gateway 2000 P5-100 with a 15-inch Vivitron
Monitor, 64-Bit STB Powergraph video card,
Sound Blaster 16 PnP Sound Card, a Magnavox
Radio\Casstte Recorder, the scanning was
done with a 16.8 million hand-held Mustek\Twain
compliant scanner, and a Gateway Telepath 28.8
Modem for surfing the Net.
Known Bugs : Hopefully all serious bugs are non-existant, but I
can't make any promises. Please inform me of any
System Requirements : At least a Pentium, 16 megabytes of ram, Windows 95,
and a decent video and sound card. You will also need
the latest version of Doom Legacy, available at http://www.frag.com/doomlegacy/.
Installation : After you have unziped this file into your Doom
directory, simply double-click the Cinema.bat file
Conclusion : Just another large Doom project. There is no storyline or plot, just a large collection of many of my ideas.
If you need help beating this level, read the Description
* Copyright / Permissions *
I don't give a rat's ass about what you do with anything here, as long
as you don't take this thing and redo any of it without consulting me first.
You MAY distribute this WAD and the others, provided you include
this file, with no modifications. You may distribute this file
in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you
include this file intact.
All names in this template that are either copyrighted, trademarks,
or are restricted are trademarks of their respected companies and nor
do they endorse this project in any way. I am no way responsible for
any computer, mental, or physical problems caused to you or others that
uses any of these files.
* Where to get this WAD *
FTP sites: ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/idgames/themes/starwars/cinema.zip and all mirrors!
BBS numbers: Does anyone still use these?
Other: There are no other ways to get this, well at least that I'm aware of!