Title : Sacrifice (Doom Tutorial)
Filenames : SACRIFOR.WAD - Original Version
SACRIFCO.WAD - Corrected Version
SACRIF.TXT - This text file
TUTORIAL.TXT - The tutorial file to go with the
WADs. Make sure you read this!
Author : John J. Bye (Gestalt666)
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
WWW Page : http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/8666
Misc. Author Info : Fed up of playing shit levels.
Description : Two WADs. One Good (?). One Ugly...
This is intended as a Tutorial to help
beginner WAD builders make better WADs.
SACRIFOR.WAD is a Doom II conversion of the
first WAD I ever wrote, and is a good example
of why you should never upload your first WAD!
SACRIFCO.WAD is the same, but with more
intelligent use of textures and light levels,
and with all the unclosed sectors and other
* Play Information *
Episode and Level # : MAP01
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : No
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : No
Difficulty Settings : Yes
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : None
* Construction *
Base : SACRIFOR.WAD - a conversion of my unreleased
first Doom I level, SACRIF.WAD.
SACRIFCO.WAD - a corrected and improved version
Editor(s) used : Deep 7.50 - Editor used to create the original
WAD1to2 - Converter used to make SACRIFOR.WAD
DCK 2.2 - Editor used to create SACRIFCO.WAD
Known bugs : Lots in SACRIFOR.WAD.
Shouldn't be any in SACRIFCO.WAD!
Time Taken : About 6 or 7 hours (including learning how to
use the editor) for the original level, plus a
couple of hours correcting and modifying the new
* Other Details *
This was my first ever WAD. Not that that's an excuse for the sloppiness
of the original version. I've come a hell of a long way since this. Check
out GARDENSD (Gardens of Delight) and CygnusIV to see just how far!
Please remember, this is not meant to be a great new level by Gestalt666.
It is intended as a Tutorial, to show newcomers to Doom editing the basics
of what they should and shouldn't do.
Read TUTORIAL.TXT for more information, including a list of common problems
and things to avoid...