Title : GET OFF MY LAND!
Filename : GETOFF.WAD
Author : Richard Wilkins
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Misc. Author Info : A 33 year old civil servant suffering
from DOOM wrist!
Description : A DOOM2 deathmatch with a twist. See
text for more information.
Additional Credits to : My inspiration and cannon-fodder:-
Pete "Revolving" Dawson
Brad "Moneypit" Meighan
Liz "I'm crap at this" Simpson
The technical gods at iD (many of whom
accumulate Ferraris like most people
accumulate nasal hair).
The people behind DEU52. Get a move on
with DEU6 for Christ's sake!"
Colin Reed for BSP v1.1.
Level # : MAP01
Single Player : Yes, but it's no picnic!
Cooperative 2-4 Player : No. Who the hell plays this way anyhow?
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Oh yes indeed!
Difficulty Settings : Yes, UV, UV and UV!
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : None
Base : New level from scratch.
Build time : Around 25 hours.
Editor(s) used : DEU52, BSP11
Known Bugs : None, not since the extremely smug
Mr Dawson pointed out that there was no
exit! There is now by the way.
Authors may use this level as a base to build additional levels,
but hey, give me credit.
You MAY distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with
no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic
format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file
WHERE TO GET THIS WAD:-
I'm not an Internet junky, so I really don't know. But if you're
reading this why do you need to know?
AND NOW THE REALLY INTERESTING BIT:-
If like me you enjoy reading the miscellaneous text attached to
some wads then carry on reading. If you just want to have a go
as a single player then copy the PWAD into your DOOM2 directory
and type "DOOM2 -FILE GETOFF.WAD".
You deathmatch bods may want to read on.
The idea for this wad came to me while drinking a particularly
sweet cup of tea one lunchtime (sugar you see). Having played
a crippling number of pwads in my time, pausing only to wipe
the blood from my eyes, it occurred to me that you never find
one where each player gets his/her own patch to defend for the
duration of the deathmatch. You've found one now!
The wad is designed to work best as a four player match. Each
player starts outside an (apparently) identical building, each
with its own well stocked armoury. Once inside you defend your
turf! If you're killed you get the opportunity to open the door
directly in front of where you reappear and check whether the
building is where you originally started (they're numbered
conspicuously 1-4). If it isn't, leap off the platform into the
water and run up the tunnel. The area where you teleport to has
four further teleports numbered 1-4. Get the idea?
Of course if you prefer you can use these teleports to mount a
surprise attack on your opponents' buildings!!!
To add a little spice to the proceedings, each building has a
couple of unique hidden areas which offer advantages over the
other three. Players in buildings 1 & 3 should watch their
backs; those armouries aren't as secure as they first seem!
Oh, I nearly forgot. There IS an exit (I hate pwads without an
exit - the ritual humiliation of the frag count is essential)
but because I'm a stickler for texture alignment it's well
hidden. For those who don't want to know where it is skip this
*** !moor tropelet eht ni s'tI ***
As far as monsters are concerned, I placed quite a few in here
for single players. The difficulty here is that players can
access any area in any order, and this meant it was impossible
to design a blast-fest finale! To make up for this the monsters
are fairly thick on the ground whichever path you take, so mind
how you go. It's not the toughest wad I've played but it is
In deathmatch mode I recommend you set the -NOMONSTERS command
parameter. When it came down to it all I wanted to do was blow
my friends' heads off, you know it makes sense!
Okay that's enough. Have fun, and if you have any comments bung
them to my mate's E-mail address. I'll reply to everybody.
- Doctor Doom
PS: The best deathmatch I've EVER played is LEVEL.WAD by Eric
Varner on 75460,612 compuserve. Eric, if you're out there drop
us a line. What an awesome wad you've got! Every session we
have starts with LEVEL.WAD. What a blast!�