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How much space does your folder occupy where you play doom?

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3.06 GB, it was a bigger folder before I deleted some useless wads/pk3s.
 

4 hours ago, doomguykiller69 said:

I use the most horrible sound fonts you can find on the internet, like the one from nokia hahaha
I also have all the versions of doom that lzdoom can run, I have skins, crosshairs, and a mod that I create to add to the monsters of all doom, from 64 to 3 with their expansions, the mod does not weigh much about 10mb, also a wad with midi music that I create, to play it while I play, I have maximum doom, but what happens more in the folder are the sound fonts

How the hell did those soundfont, skin and crosshair files make a mess?
I guess the monsters mod you mentioned seems to weigh something like 1 GB.

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23.4 GB (97,876 Files, 1,635 Folders), but there is more on external back-up disks. Hard to say how much, since it is mixed in with stuff for other games and spread among various locations.

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Around 1 Gig. That's the folder where I wasted more space. Especially for PK3s I incorrectly extracted

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6 hours ago, doomguykiller69 said:

It weighs too much for the soundfonts and skins!

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31 GB Holy shit! That's a lot of wads.

 

My file space is at such a premium...I've had to uninstall most things I've installed over the years because there's simply not enough room. I used to have a couple "HD texture packs" for Doom but since I don't care for them anymore anyway, I deleted them from the drive to save on space. Had to do the same for a graphics mod for Star Wars Battlefront II (mod folder for that game is enormous, I think the HarrisonFog remaster was taking up a good 40 GB or so itself, and over time I yearn for vanilla graphics anyway)

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1 hour ago, Hitboi said:

3.06 GB, it was a bigger folder before I deleted some useless wads/pk3s.
 

How the hell did those soundfont, skin and crosshair files make a mess?
I guess the monsters mod you mentioned seems to weigh something like 1 GB.

The mod weighs 16mb, the skins weigh 42mb are 450 skins, the SF are heavy, very very heavy

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Mine is mostly just filled with skulltag/zandronum/gzdoom/zdoom mods and of course including mapsets or mappacks other words but the size for me is currently 

 

133 GB

 

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I'm pretty sure this laptop have 4-5 gb Doom folder before, but that got deleted because of a very tragic HDD incident, so I had to get a new one. If you wanna know why I named it "spaghetti" that's because inside of the folder are, well "Spaghetti"

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5 minutes ago, lokbustam257 said:

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I'm pretty sure this laptop have 4-5 gb Doom folder before, but that got deleted because of a very tragic HDD incident, so I had to get a new one. If you wanna know why I named it "spaghetti" that's because inside of the folder are, well "Spaghetti"

Who doesn't love spaghetti?

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5,68 GB (including source ports, pwads, editing tools etc)

 

I don't hoard any pwads and I usually delete them after I have fun with them. (there is just too much new stuff to have time to replay anything hahaha, and then I need even some time for other games)

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Mine is eerily similar in size and file-count to Wavy's.

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Unlike many other users here, I have very few Geezy wads/assets, which means that the majority of this data is in the form of conventional wad files (~6 gigs of it, to be precise)...

 

...

 

Yes, I do have a problem.

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I've got two main folders, one I started out with in 2019 and another I made later, which is more organized. Trying to slowly migrate to the latter for obvious reasons :P

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I never though I had that much of doom stuff lmao xD

 

11,8 Gb of mods and WAD's

And take note that I've deleted many files years ago

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Damn, I don't like being greedy for one specific video game folder, I sometimes delete short wads after playing them, and keep the mods I enjoy.

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> du -s /usr/local/share/games/doom*
3305944	/usr/local/share/games/doom
3869728	/usr/local/share/games/doom3
> du -s jeux/doom*
10572832	jeux/doom
2022168	jeux/doom3

 

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2 minutes ago, ducon said:

> du -s /usr/local/share/games/doom*
3305944	/usr/local/share/games/doom
3869728	/usr/local/share/games/doom3
> du -s jeux/doom*
10572832	jeux/doom
2022168	jeux/doom3

 

Heh maybe du -sh next time :P

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3 hours ago, Briøche said:

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I never though I had that much of doom stuff lmao xD

 

11,8 Gb of mods and WAD's

And take note that I've deleted many files years ago

I knew you were goddamn french! The name, lol

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It seems to be 56.8GB (or exactly 61033182477 bytes :)

 

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This is what is inside.

 

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I might have been saving a lot of random wads in the 'wads' folder, then I am mainly playing in GZDoom where I sometimes unorganized throw WADs inside (till I decide to clean up)

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I just realized I had a big 36GB MP4 video of something Doom recordered in wads folder, so they are something like 6GB now and the whole thing is 21.7GB

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