Title : MST 3000 Sound FX (for DOOM or DOOM 2)
Filename(s) : MSTIE.WAD
Release Date : 5/16/95
Author : David Lloyd Rabine
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Misc. Author Info : aerospace engineer and computer programmer working
on shareware doors and more conventional games.
For real work, I help with laser altimeter data
systems for NASA. I love doom 1 && 2 and MST 3000,
so I tried to combine the two.
Description : This wad replaces quite a few of the sounds in the
game. I tried to get the levels pretty consistent,
but some of my tapes are old. Those tapes didn't
come out very loud even with the gain cranked up.
I hope you enjoy this wad, I had a fun time making
it going through all my tapes for a weekend.
Additional Credits to : # id for making a great f'n game
# all my buds around here, you know who you are
# Joel, for creating one of the best things on this
planet. I miss you.
* Play Information *
Game Type (Doom / Doom2): Both
Episode and Level # : n/a
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes
Difficulty Settings : n/a
New Sounds : Yes
New Graphics : No
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : No
* Construction *
Base : from scratch (my archive of MST tapes)
Editor(s) used : Tools that came with my sound card && dmaud.exe
Build time : 2-3 days
Known Bugs : No (some sounds could be better, is that a bug?)
* Copyright / Permissions *
Authors MAY use this WAD as a base to build additional WAD's.
You may distribute this WAD in any electronic format (FTP, UseNET, BBS, Disk,
CD, etc.) as long as you include this text file, with no modifications.
* Where to get this WAD * (like you need to know..)
/pub/doom/doom2/sounds (if not in NEWSTUFF2)