Title : Drug Me
Filename : DRUG_ME.WAD
Author : Lore
NEW Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Note : please do not mail me email@example.com
any more. My old WADs (BIOTECH.WAD and KAIOWAS.WAD)
had this e-mail address. Thanks.
Misc. Author Info : I tried to stay with the Sepultura theme of WAD
naming here. Although Sepultura didn't write Drug
Me, they did their own version of it, which is
kinda cool. Unfortunately, this WAD has nothing
to do with drugs or me :) Hope you like it anyway.
I really hate DEU. During the construction of this
WAD, I managed to crash it a record (for me) 21
times. I finally had to get DoomCAD to repair the
mistakes left by DEU. Whenever I tried to delete
a single wall with DEU, the entire level would
crash and change almost all the walls to "DO NOT
USE" or something like that. If anyone knows the
cause of this or has any suggestions/solutions, I
would greatly appreciate some e-mail. Thanks.
Description : A rather large level. I had it up past 300K, but
had to "trim" once Doom started crashing. Features
many areas designed for multiplayer (deathmatch
or co-op), including windows and some sniping
spots. Can be played completely with single player,
Additional Credits to : Weiner Dog (W.D.), makers of DoomCAD, IRC guys, id.
* Play Information *
Episode and Level # : E1M5 (the music, obviously)
Single Player : Yep
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yep
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yep
Difficulty Settings : No (sorry)
New Sounds : Nope
New Graphics : Nope
New Music : Nope
Demos Replaced : None
* Construction *
Base : New level from scratch
Construction Time : About 300,000 cans of Mountain Dew, give or take a
Editor(s) used : DEU 5.21 (ARGH!), VNB 1.050, DoomCAD ?.?
Known Bugs : Sometimes (for me), the barrels blow up without
causing damage. Weird. Also, some of the enemies
labeled DEAF don't seem to always stay deaf.
TO PLAY : Start E1M1, then IDCLEV (warp) to E1M5.
* Copyright / Permissions *
You may do whatever you want with this file, provided credit is given.
* Where to get this WAD *
FTP sites: infant2.sphs.indiana.edu
ftp.uwp.edu (if I get around to it)
BBS numbers: 315-789-0556