Uploaded by RL (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Title : Bridges.wad
Author : Nick Anderson
CIS Address : 1000074,2455
Description : Medium to hard single player with simple
landscapes, average sized wad. Plenty of
secrets/hidden stuff and problems to solve.
Additional Credits to : My son Robert for his advice and testing,
and to those who took the time to create
and improve the editors.
* Play Information *
Episode and Level # : MAP01
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Cant' remember but I think so.
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : No
Difficulty Settings : Easy, Medium, Hard
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : None
* Construction *
Base : From Scratch.
Editor(s) used : DETH 2.66 and WARM 1.3
Known Bugs : Nope.
Design Time : Yes there was some, don't know how much though, days?
* Misc. Notes *
So called because of the long bridge in the middle of the level which,
as you may find, has teleport lines either side of it. In fact this
was written in order to see what teleports can do so some of the rooms
have several in them. One tactic I have seen used is to stand on the
teleport exit and squish the monsters as they arrive, this is legal but
Unlike two of my other efforts (dm2pairs.wad and punchit.wad) there is no
story to this wad file.
The reason I can't check to see if this level has been set up as multiplayer
is that a certain new Operating System released in 1995 has altered my DOS setup
and I cannot use the Deth editor at the moment. So I cannot check it yet, but
I seem to remember that I did add multi.
I don't think that it is possible to complete this level in hard mode without
saving and/or cheating.
* Copyright / Permissions *
None, you can do whatever you like with it (except sell it for gain) but
I would appreciate this text file being included in any postings or
collections of wads.
If you really want to you can use this as a base but it's much more fun
creating your own from scratch
If you use it for a base I would appreciate a copy of your amended wad or
an E-Mail as to where I can get it from, e.g. Internet or CIS.
* Warnings *
These files have been virus checked using S&S International's Dr Solomons
Toolkit for DOS V7.15, so there should be no problem. However if not in their
original form or passed around from any other source than CIS or the better
Internet sites it is remotely possible that a virus may have been attached.
Check them out!
I cannot accept any resonsibility at all for these files, so there!