Happy Napalm Software
A Chainsaw Production
DOOM Gore v3.0
DOOM 2 Gore v1.0
Title : DOOM Gore v3.0
DOOM 2 Gore v1.0
Filename : After installation, you'll use these files:
For DOOM: DMG30T.WAD and DMG30.WAD
For DOOM 2: DM2G10T.WAD DM2G10.WAD
or, you can use DMG30.BAT to run it.
Publisher : Happy Napalm Software
Author : Chainsaw
E-Mail Address : email@example.com
Web Page Address : http://www.geopages.com/SiliconValley/2145
Come on down to the Happy Napalm Web Page!
Misc. Author Info : The GOD of DOOM add-ons. Almighty ruler of Happy
Napalm Software. One of the best level designers.
Most demented person in the world.
Description : Get ready for the best of the series. This version
rules. No more stretch graphics, no more screwed up
ending sequences, this is the most complete and best
made of all the series. Splattering heads, spine
splits, intestinal yankings, melting flesh, burning
bodies, peeling skin, and more!!!
Release Notes : This is an incomplete release. Many things are
missing. This will be fixed in a couple weeks with
the release of DOOM Gore v3.1. The new release will
include a DOOM Gore Enhanced level (fot DOOM 2),
some (many) new textures, and the deaths for the
enemies that are missing from this version.
5 files will be released at that time:
DOOM Gore v3.1 Patch w/o LDK
DOOM Gore v3.1 Patch w/ LDK
DOOM Gore v3.1 Level Developers Kit
DOOM Gore v3.1 Whole Release w/o LDK
DOOM Gore v3.1 Whole Release w/ LDK
For those of you wondering, there will NOT be a
Heretic Gore, as stated in DOOM Gore Special
Edition. That project has been cancelled. Sorry,
but the reasons for that will result in stuff MUCH
better than a little old gory graphics patch.
Good news, everyone! It seems that when in Death
Match, DOOM could give a crap about whether or not
you see the same graphics as everyone else, so long
as the sectors, things, linedefs, and vertices are
the same. That means, if your friend doesn't have
DOOM Gore (heaven [or hell] forbid) or doesn't like
DOOM Gore (shoot him and put him out of his misery),
or if you have different versions, or one of yours
has an upgrade patch or whatever, it doesn't matter.
You can still play Death Match or cooperative (puke)
against each other. AWWW, YEAH! Now, here are a
few exceptions to this rule: To play E1M1 of DOOM 1,
you both MUST have DOOM Gore and any DOOM Gore
Enhanced levels will not work unless you both have
them. Other than that, it's pretty cool about it.
Additional Credits to : id Software, the DEUTEX and DEUSF guys, DMGRAPH
people, DMADDS people, anyone else who made any of
the programs used by The Gore, Nine Inch Nails for
that cool little .VOC file, PC Gamer, a huge ass
thanks to Centrex for making da new executable for
the install program, and Kris, my BETA tester and
Death Match opponent.
* Play Information *
Game : DOOM, The Ultimate DOOM, and DOOM 2
Compatible Game Versions: 1.2 (works but gives errors)
That's just about every version of DOOM there is,
except for BETAs, and you shouldn't have those
Map/Episode and Level # : Any and all
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes (Try it for even more gory fun.)
Difficulty Settings : No
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No, why should it? It's only a graphics patch. :)
For you morons out there, YES, this file contains
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : None (Maybe in the Enhanced level...)
* Construction *
Base : Modified death scenes for the enemies.
Editor(s) used : WINTEX, DEUTEX, DEUSF, Windows Paintbrush, Photo
Styler for Windows, DMGRAPH, DMADDS, AAPLAY, Turbo
C++, TED, and more... ok, maybe not.
The following appears to be a long list of bugs with this program, but in
reality, it's not.
Known Bugs : 5 of them and most likely, they won't even affect
1.) If you install on version 1.2, it will give you
a few errors during installation, but it works fine
after it's finished. I suggest that you install on
a fresh copy of DOOM or DOOM 2 version 1.9.
2.) If you try to install after you've already
installed, it won't reinstall. Delete the files
DMG30.WAD and DM2G10.WAD to reinstall.
3.) Some people may experience lock-ups when they
load up the install program. This is a bug in
AAPLAY.EXE that causes some computers to lock up.
If this happens to you, just delete the file
AAPLAY.EXE and it should work fine, except you won't
see the cool Happy Napalm logo...
4.) If AAPLAY.EXE has to access your CD-ROM or ZIP
Drive when you start the program, don't worry about
it. We have no idea why it does that...
5.) If you load up the game using the file
DMG30.BAT, you should hear the NIN.VOC file play.
If you don't, the reason may be because your sound
card is not a Sound Blaster. Sorry.
Now then, those aren't REAL bugs are they? At least
not OUR bugs. DOOM Gore itself is bug free.
* Copyright / Permissions *
Authors may NOT use these graphics as a base to build additional DOOM add-ons.
DO NOT use the graphics for other crap or you will surely feel the wrath of
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 intact. PC Gamer has my
permission to put this file on their CD or disk. Please distribute everywhere.
* Where to get this WAD *
FTP sites: ftp.cdrom.com
BBS numbers: If the board that you are on does not have it, upload it there.
Your SySop will thank you... maybe.
Other: On PC Gamer CD! YEAH!
* Disclaimer *
Happy Napalm or anyone associated with Happy Napalm will NOT be held
responsible for any damage, good or bad, that may occur due to running or even
having this program. If it blows up your hard drive, tough crap. It's not
our fault. If this program happens to promote socially unacceptable behavior,
be it violence or whatever, that is also not our fault. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Now that the warning that may scare you is over with, let us say that this
program is completely harmless if used correctly. On with the installation!
* Installation Information *
You should have recieved the following files with this program:
DMGORE30.EXE - This file will install the program for you.
DMG30T.WAD - This is the file for DOOM with non-sprite graphics.
DM2G10T.WAD - This is the file for DOOM 2 with non-sprite graphics.
DMG30GFX.WAD - This is the file with the changed graphics.
DMG30GF2.WAD - This is needed for DOOM 1 installation.
DMGORE30.TXT - This is the file you are looking at right now.
DEUSF.EXE - This is needed to create the final DOOM 2 PWAD, which, by the
way, is almost 4 megs.
DMADDS11.EXE - This is needed to create the final DOOM 1 PWAD.
DMGRAPH.EXE - This is needed for DOOM 1 installation.
AAPLAY.EXE - This is needed for viewing the GIFs.
FILE_ID.DIZ - This is the description file used by BBSs everywhere.
HNAPALM.GIF - This is the title screen for the batch file.
HNAPALM.FLI - This is the Happy Napalm Logo. This breathtaking sequence of
burning letters showcases our name in a nifty little animated
look at Hell itself. Or something like that.
HNAPALM.TXT - This is needed to view the GIF and FLI correctly. Don't mess
with the text file man...
DMG30.BAT - This file will let you play with the gore AFTER you install it,
NOT before. So there.
NIN.VOC - This is a cool little sound from Nine Inch Nails. This will
play at the conclusion of running the file DMG30.BAT.
PLANY.EXE - This nifty little file will play the cool little sound from
Nine Inch Nails.
BETA.TXT - A very disfunctional BETA slipped out, semi-marked as DOOM Gore
Special Edition, which it was not. Read this if you recieved
DMG30REG.EXE - This contains registration information. You must have access
to the Internet to use these. Run it to extract its
files. The included files should be:
DMG30REG.HTM - If you can fill out forms using a Web browser
(like Netscape), then fill this out and send it
DMGREGBG.GIF - For the Internet form.
DMGREGLN.GIF - Same as above, only different.
DMGREG1.GIF - Yet another graphic.
DMGREG2.GIF - More.
DMGREG3.GIF - More.
DMGREG4.GIF - Last one. Or something.
To install the new gory graphics, type DMGORE30 at the DOS prompt.
A menu will appear and you should be able to figure it out.
Note: The Ultimate DOOM is considered the SAME as DOOM 1, so anytime DOOM 1
is mentioned, the same applies to The Ultimate DOOM. Due to the
fact that there are DOOM 2 graphics in the .WAD files, the installation for
DOOM 1 is different than DOOM 2. It will take quite a bit longer to install
for DOOM 1 than DOOM 2, so here are approximate installation times for each
game on my computer which is a 486 DX4/100...
(The percentage bar which appears during DOOM 1 installation is a file
manipulation percentage, NOT a time percentage, so it will speed up a whole
LOT after the PWAD is made...)
DOOM v1.2 - 3 minutes
DOOM (ALL OTHER VERSIONS) - 2 minutes
The Ultimate DOOM v1.9 - 2 minutes
DOOM 2 (ANY VERSION) - between 15 and 30 seconds
To run the graphics, type:
if you want to bypass the pictures and menus, type this:
for DOOM 1 or
for DOOM 2
or if you prefer to type it out yourself:
DOOM -file DMG30T.WAD DMG30.WAD
for DOOM 1 or
DOOM2 -file DM2G10T.WAD DM2G10.WAD
for DOOM 2.
If you want to use another PWAD with these, put it's name AFTER these WAD
names when you type it, otherwise, it may not show up when you are playing.
-Prepare for the Napalm Revolution.