Title : Godless Tag
A Berry Creek Software Production
Filename : GODLTAG.WAD
Author : Blain Newport
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Web Page : http://www.calweb.com/~brn
Misc. Author Info : I've been surprised by the success
of my web site.
Description : DeathTag is an awesome concept.
You work as a team to score
points while still having an
intense DeathMatch going.
But no one made DeathTag levels
for Old DM except for Judas 22,
and in that level, all you had to
do was make sure you always had the
RL and the other team would never
score. Hopefully, this level
manages to combine the best of
Old DM carnage and DeathTag
playability. It's been beta
tested a few times, but I would
have liked more. At any rate,
I still expect any of you DeathTag
players still out there will find
this a pretty intense level.
If you're still in doubt, go to
the web site above and check out
the preview of this level to get
a feel for the scoring procedure.
Additional Credits to : Id Software
Ben Morris (DCK)
Olivier Montanuy (DEUTEX)
Robert Fenske Jr. (WARM)
Talon and Aikman (DTag creators)
Bob Boyer (DWELLER2.WAD)
Marin Gazzari (KANDYx.WAD)
Brian Vannatta (DANZIGx.WAD)
Brian Weldon (DANZIGx.WAD)
Chris Bilski (For the basic scoring
Bill McClendon (Blain's DM Guru)
Wayne Hart (Beta Testing)
Shawn Riggins (Not Enough Beta
* Play Information *
Episode and Level # : MAP01
Single Player : No (Starts Included)
Cooperative 2-4 Player : No (Starts Included)
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes 4 players only
Difficulty Settings : Not implemented Play on skill 5
DM 1.0. Or try skill 1 DM 1.0
to make scoring easier (weapons
do less damage)
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : A couple mottled bands of blue and red
which make all the difference.
New Music : No (We always play with -nomusic.)
Demos Replaced : None
* Construction *
Base : New level from scratch.
As mentioned before, the scoring
pods are basically identical to
those in Chris' aborted DeathTag
Editor(s) used : DCK 2.2 (still the best)
DEUTEX (also still the best)
WARM, Win95 PaintBrush, and
Known Bugs : E1M1 slime bug
Any others that slipped through
should be reported immediately.
* Copyright / Permissions *
As long as you're distributing them for free, you can alter
anything you want in the wad files as long as you tell us
about it, and we get credit in an accompanying text file.
Please include our names and email adresses. (Our URL would
also be nice to have spread around.) If you're planning to
charge people money for whatever means you use to alter /
distribute this level, you better read the following.
* Extreme Legalese Copyright / Permissions *
These levels are copyright 1997 by Chris Bilski and Blain
Newport. Permission to use, copy and distribute unedited
copies of this file -- GODLTAG.ZIP -- is hereby granted,
provided that no fee is charged for the use or availability
of this file (other than the normal connection costs for
on-line services, if applicable). The above copyright
notice and this permission notice must be left intact in
all copies of this file.
Commercial distribution of this file, in whole or in part,
requires prior agreement with the author . Commercial
distribution includes any means by which the user is
required to pay either for the support (e.g. book,
newsletter or CD-ROM) or for the file itself. Unauthorized
commercial distribution is prohibited.
If you wish to commercially distribute this file, note the
(1) This file contains intellectual property (including,
but not limited to, textures and other artwork) owned
solely by Id Software (www.idsoftware.com), and is
subject to any and all copyrights held by them. The
author does not have authority or permission, either
expressed or implied, to grant usage of Id's copyright,
and, by granting permission to use this level in a
single commercial release, does not claim or waive their
(2) Permission is granted by the author for the one-time
commercial distribution of this file if all of the
following conditions are met:
(a) The author is notified by email prior to the
file's inclusion on any commercial release;
(b) The author is provided with one (1)
"contributor's copy" of the finished product upon
it's release. Said "contributor's copy" is to be
sent to the author using the shipping address
specified by the author in his/her reply to the
publisher's initial email notification, and is to be
provided at no cost to the author;
(c) This file (including this copyright notice) is
not to be modified in any way, and shall be
distributed as the author intended;
(d) The author retains all relevant and proper
copyrights to this work both prior to and subsequent
to the commercial release of this file.
(3) By requesting a shipping address from the author, the
publisher signifies acceptance of, and agrees to abide
by, these conditions. By returning a valid shipping
address to the publisher, the author thereby grants the
publisher one-time usage of the author's copyrighted
work for commercial purposes.
And one more thing, no one who was in any way involved with
selling me the D!ZONE disk set that claimed to include 75
new levels of which over 20 were from registered DOOM and
most of which stank may do _anything_ with this level.
I don't even want you shysters PLAYING it! Got that?
None of you Actura scum either. Repent while you can.
* Where to get this WAD *
FTP sites: ftp.cdrom.com and finer mirrors everywhere
Last, but not least, tell me if you enjoy this level. As far
as I know, no one plays DeathTag any more. It'd be nice to
know that someone got some use out of this wad.