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WadSpy v1.1

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WadSpy is a tool to view .WAD statistics and estimate a level's difficulty. This version (1.1) has been modified to work on 64 bit operating systems too.


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riderr3

  

Using this for every map I made. Though archvile/pain elemental spawning not count. Also as well not subtracting inaccessible former humans with potential ammo pickups.

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rd.

  
Pretty useful.

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Great! And you can compile it to run in Linux, too.

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Quite useful for checking various statistics of maps.

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great idea - 5/5

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ws.exe *.wad > wsreport.txt 5 stars to offset the newbies.

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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

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Useful, original, small size, simple to use. Almost perfect, I guess.

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Scoring so far in unfair. What is wrong with this tool? It does as described, so 3 stars.

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useless 0/5

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    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      C'mon, is not that bad! There's so much doomcute here that i'll think that i start to have diabetes from all the sweetness lol. Even if big part of the movies are all "Oh My Goddess!" with wrong titles as well for the, the textures a cute cartoony design, even if pretty flat sometimes. The techno midi is awful. Overall cute map.   A fun trivia: iirc in the movie "7 doors of death" aka "The Beyond", near the end the main characters tries to escape from zombies (or they are possessed ghouls? I don't remember) and every time they using 3 shoots in total for all the time, using a revolver. Also that guys have a black and red mimetic like dress, like a certain monster in a certain game....
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    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      Not bad, the premise of choosing your own combo of guns is pretty cool and visually the map is nice. T recall that his map was more harder in my youth, but it's not really challenging with only 70 monsters in the map on HMP. Also the map can be finished fast if you find the secret exit.
    • By DuckReconMajor · Posted
      We live in a world where you can play Speed of Doom pretty much whenever you want. And for that I am thankful 🙏
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      Although the progression is so absurdly dense that you'd have to be some type of maniac to beat the whole thing without checking in an editor, the atmosphere produced by this alternate reality is so unique and powerful that by the end you'll forget that you were supposed to merely be playing Doom. It takes a great and powerful mind to create a map like this, for better and/or worse.
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