TITLE : Castle from Hell ! (CASTLE5.WAD from CASTLE5.ZIP)
AUTHOR : Scott Harper (aka. MadMax)
Email Addresses : email@example.com
AUTHOR INFO : I own my own LAN consulting company;
Novell CNE, Doom Junkie...
DESCRIPTION : This level should challenge you to no end.
Many tricks and traps, and a particularly
annoying puzzle to finish the game. Many hours
were spent removing visplane problems, but in
the ensuing hours I've played, it has never crashed.
Best played as a single player level, but DM
does work, trust me. Have fun !!!!!!!!!!!
Hint : Remember the word "backtrack"...It might
just come in handy.
INSTRUCTIONS : DOOM -file castle5.wad THAT'S IT !!
As stated in the Gamers+ Forum description, a 486
OR BETTER is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED ! This level
WILL play SLOW on lesser machines - Sorry, but
that's just the way it is...
ADDITIONAL CREDITS TO : Where to start...
-First of all, Jim F. Flynn for many hours of
brainstorming with me, his excellent conversion
utilities, and many good ideas. (see my Doom web
page for link to Jim's page)
-id software for Doom & Doom2
Text File updated : 10/1/97
* Play Information *
Level # : Doom1, E2M1
Single Player : YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Slow (at first)
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Slow (...but a great DMATCH once going !)
Difficulty Settings : Yup!
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No
Editors/Utilities Used : DEU GCC (v. 5.2, by Raphael Quinet & Brendon Wyber)
DEUii (by Adler -Modified- DEU v.5.1)
IDBSP (ported by Ron Rossbach & Antony Suter)
* Copyright / Permissions *
Authors MAY NOT use this level as a base to build additional levels.
You MAY distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with
no modifications, and NOT for MONEY !
Other WADS by MadMax :
BLSIDE.ZIP Blindside! (Doom2)(~*~DM2BLS.ZIP)
BLSIDE2.ZIP Blindside2! (Doom2)
FORSAKEN.ZIP Forsaken... (Doom2)
DEADLOCK.ZIP Deadlock (Doom2)
ORACLE.ZIP Oracle (Doom2, Co-author : Jim Flynn)(~*~DM2ORA.ZIP)
BRUNDLE.ZIP Brundle's Revenge (Doom1)(~*~DMBRUND.ZIP)
QUAD.ZIP QUAD (Doom1)(~*~DMQUAD.ZIP)
~*~NOTE : SOME LEVELS WERE ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN THE COMPUSERVE GAMERS FORUM,
THUS THE 'DM' OR 'DM2' PREFIXES. I'M USING THE NAMES AS I THOUGHT
THEY SHOULD REALLY BE.