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doomglov.zip

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With this driver you can use the Mattel PowerGlove with Doom. Don't run the mouse drive! Run only doomglov.exe and then Doom.


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Doomkid

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We were doing this stuff with Wii Motes and computers playing Mario Kart 64 in my school a few years ago. I'm going to upvote just because this is quite an undertaking for the time, successful or not.

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rip and tear rip and TEAR RIP AND TEAR YOUR GUTS with the power glove (don't report me, at least this review has more to do with the utility than the above review) (also above reviewer, the power glove sucked cybie ass)

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i wonder how the first review has less to do with the subject at hand when it specifically referenced what the wad was design for while all you did was reference a doom comic

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I don't have a Mattel Power Glove, so I can't test this. But the idea sounds fascinating; the Power Glove was an add-on for the Nintendo NES and became something of a cult during the VR boom of the early 1990s. You had to put sensors around the television. I imagine it wouldn't be much for playing Doom, but if you could get this working nowadays, and put it on your blog, you'd be a hero.

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    • By mistersector · Posted
      I tried to give this a fair shake. I really did. By the time I got to map15, it became apparent the same tropes and traps were employed across the megawad. Not a fan of teleporting hoards of monsters in your face once you pickup a key, nor ammo shortages, clueless teleport spots, simple design loops, bland lighting, the same attack vectors of facing off enemies in a T-intersection once you open a door to a room, the same corridor-room-cave-outdoor themes sprinkled throughout with a dash of hellspots. I saw potential in the spider factory, but it too fell short of impressive. Obviously the author put great effort into this, but the maps seemed far too similar, stale, and stagnant for my tastes. 
    • By SilverMiner · Posted
      That's simply Descent's OPL bank I see. This and that are very alike. IMO
    • By Austinado · Posted
      I must say what an excepcional WAD...i have been playing for quite some time and each level its an absolute masterpiece of design. I got till the level 30 and man...when you reach there you are absolutly tired of killing monsters...level 29 was my "enough" and when i got to level 30 it was like "ok...im done". Its absolute carnage in a good sense of way of course...but for me it was enough. Must say this is a kind of a map that ill take example for my mappings. 5 Stars to the wad because there is no more to give. I repeat, an excepcional Wad a brutal challenge on dificulty...simply great. Excelent Work !
    • By crazyflyingdonut · Posted
      The map looks great, but seeing multiple pictures of Jack making silly faces plastered everywhere in certain parts of the map can really kill the horror vibe.
    • By TheNoob_Gamer · Posted
      The author utilized Dehacked. The wad is tough, can get very slaughter-ish and hectic sometimes, but it's fair. Also, the wad featured a pretty humorous story™. Check it out, but remember to play on HNTR/HMP if you aren't used to slaughterwads.
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