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jDoom Modelyard archive is up, as it was in the fall of 2003

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While digging through the vast detritus deposits clogging up my file server, I've found a full snapshot of the Modelyard I once maintained.

So I just slapped a new virtual host onto my web server replacing whatever dead links to the Fourwinds ftp server I could with links to a subfolder.


I have no idea what would modern antivirusi(es?) think of all those EXE files (self-extracting archives, 7-Zip easily opens them). ESET seems chill.

The usefulness of this is very debatable as my models of the time rely on  a *specific* Doomsday engine version and its particle effects (later reworked by its author into a different, incompatible mechanism -- the main reason I lost interest in the project)


If you want a working sample with all my painstakingly tuned particle effects working, grab the 208 Mb snapshot bloated with unrelated garbage from here: https://gamedev.ru/projects/forum/?id=270051 -- it includes the last JDoom version that worked. May need to switch KickStart2 from Russian to your language.

Also, when it whines about DOOM2.WAD answer "No" - that means it will ask you to point to it via file dialog. Answering "Yes" leads to it trying to scan through all your drives. And likely crashing. (Windows 98 I coded it on did not have such a thing as access restrictions)


My current opinion on those 19-year old works of mine?


Go Brutal Doom instead.


2 staff: remove or move to another subforum if you must. To be honest, I only found I have an account here by looking through my password archives for a doom-themed board.


P.S. if someone ever wants it, KickStart2 could probably be ported to Lazarus - with effort, due to string handling changes and so on - as the source code is available https://modelyard2003.chebmaster.com/fourwinds/kickstart2_06_src.zip

(it was Delphi 2, 3 or 4, can't remember exactly)

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This is all so much nostalgia for me. I never thought I'd see this stuff again. My jDoom install back in the day brought my TNT2 to its knees! Downloading this all as we speak.

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