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I'm looking for a online resource where rip.wad (Rest In Pieces) can be downloaded. It is not in the archives.
At this url:

i found a zip-file that contains only part three to eight of that series. But i'm looking for the first part of the series.

Here is the content of the text-file of the wad that i am looking for:

Title : Rest In Pieces
Filename : RIP.WAD
Author : Jeremy Drye
Email Address : nickwt@aol.com
Misc. Author Info : HS Student
Professional Mortal Kombat 2 Player Wanna-be
Description : My first WAD, its very large. All the
guns are visiable. Designed primpary
for Cooperative playing, especially
with all the 'loads' of combat areas.
Please send any/all comments to the address
above, they will be forwarded to me.

Additional Credits to : Nick Tucker
DEU and BSP Authors

* Play Information *

Episode and Level # : E2L1
Single Player : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player : Yes
Deathmatch 2-4 Player : Yes
Difficulty Settings : Not implemented
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : No
New Music : No
Demos Replaced : None

* Construction *

Base : New level from scratch
Build Time : Yea, wouldn't you like know. ~50 hrs
Editor(s) used : DEU and BSP
Known Bugs : Kill them too!

* Copyright / Permissions *

Authors (may NOT) use this level as a base to build additional

You MAY distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with
no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic
format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file

* Where to get this WAD *

FTP sites: infant2.sphs.indiana.edu

BBS numbers: Bills Graphics BBS (704) 932-2455
Carolina Forum (704) 563-5857

Other: America Online PC Games Forum


Can anybody help?

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Many Thanks!
Exactly what i needed.



May i ask you for your method to find it?
I know, i'm a newbie... :/

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First of all, I searched here for anything with Jeremy Drye as the author. This produced nothing, so I searched for "rip" in the filename. I then inspected those that looked like possible candidates. In this case, I needed to download the file to see the real textfile, since the external textfile (from which the information in the idgames database is culled)contained very little information.

Normally it is a lot easier to find files in the database than this, of course.

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Thank you again, for the research tips, Mr. Holmes ;)

Looking for old doom stuff is an adventure of it's own!


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