Advanced engine needed : limit-removing
Primary purpose : Single + coop play
Title : Oceanside
Filename : OCEANSDE.WAD
Release date : 09/04/17
Author : Michael Jan Krizik (valkiriforce)
Email Address : [redacted]
Other Files By Author : Doom Core, Reverie, Eternally Yours, Vispire,
Absolute Dishonor & other contributions.
Misc. Author Info : Evokes a non-expletive gentlemanly-demeanor.
Description : Oceanside is a limit-removing 3-map WAD based on my
home town of Oceanside, California where I grew up.
Beautiful suburban scenery and overall
Additional Credits to : Memfis for testing & whoever that dude was posing on the credits screen.
* What is included *
New levels : 3
Sounds : No
Music : Yes
Graphics : Yes
Dehacked/BEX Patch : No
Demos : No
Other : No
Other files required : None
* Play Information *
Game : Doom 2
Map # : 1-3
Single Player : Designed for
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Designed for
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Player starts only
Other game styles : None
Difficulty Settings : Yes
* Construction *
Base : New from scratch
Build Time : Roughly 7 weeks.
Editor(s) used : Doom Builder 2, XWE
Known Bugs : HUGE garden spider behind the fence with the
May Not Run With : vanilla ports
Tested With : Prboom-plus 188.8.131.52 & ZDoom
As a seemingly retired Space Marine, you've decided to relax in your hometown of Oceanside, California - only after
checking out with your BOSSBACK at Camp Pendleton and a recent breakup with your girlfriend after she accused you of,
"not being there" while you were trying to escape hell some months ago. Some life huh?
Unbeknownst your kicking back, some dope left an extra space shuttle out on one of the moons over Mars with the keys to
ignition - complete with a space license, registration and a car freshener hanging over the rear view mirror (question:
what's a space shuttle doing with a rear view mirror!?) and seeing you barely escaped with your own life, there remained
several small legions of demons that want nothing less than to tear large holes in your sofa and possibly end your life
in the process. So now they make their descent for vengeance right above your condo - and right when you were ready to
kick back in your snuggie and watch some soap operas...
It's a good thing you cleared out some space in your home for your weapons recently, as it looks like it's going to be
a rough and familiar road ahead...
Music: On Fire midi by Switchfoot
Based on the third home we stayed in when living in Oceanside, California. It was a gated condo community with some
really nice views and a swimming pool area (not included in the level unfortunately). I decided to cut out a photo of
a tree I took at a park nearby this area and use that as a replacement for the large brown tree. I'm surprised how much
the level feels like taking a time warp to a simpler time in my life, as it's virtually as close to memory as I could
replicate it within the confines of Doom Builder 2.
Music: Listen To Your Heart midi by Roxette
Based on an old school and park I went to growing up. Decided to populate the area with an absurd amount of monsters due
to the fact that this place is usually pretty crowded with lots of activity, so I felt that was what captured revisiting
this place (only it's a lot safer in reality). Kinda wish I would re-create the nearby park area with the blue building
but I decided to settle for the school area and parking lot/neighborhood.
Music: Everything You Want midi by Vertical Horizon
Originally I was only going to make MAP01 and call it a day, but I liked the sky texture enough to make MAP02 and decide
to make an original level to go along with them. This MAP03 isn't based on any real places I've been but I wanted to make
something as inspired by some nice architecture blogs I follow on Tumblr and make some nice-looking areas in general. I
really love the end result of this map and makes for another nice hectic-affair of being a DOOMed marine in paradise.
Music: Someday We'll Know midi by Mandy Moore and Jonathan Foreman
Just a closer map after your long voyage to secure Oceanside, California from demon-spawn. Now you can sit at home and
relax and watch romance movies and admire your weapons collection brooding over your past success. As a bonus, you
brought home an undead imp you captured and took home with you as a pet - it makes for a good stress-relief when you can
take your anger-manegement out on an imp that refuses to stay dead. Everybody wins.
Title screen music: Almost Unreal midi by Roxette
Intermission music: Zero's theme midi from Mega Man X2 as covered by Jarel Jones at vgmusic.com.
For an even more in-depth experience, listen to the actual songs while playing the levels. It amuses me.
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