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sparky

Hell in the University - for Ultimate Doom

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Hell in the University (version 1.01) is now available at:
ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/idgames/levels/doom/g-i/hellu101.zip

WARNING: if you got this from my ISP web-space a few months back
then ignore this announcement - it's identical.

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A single-player level for Doom or Ultimate Doom v1.9
with some new graphics, music, sound, and monster death
sequences.

This is an old dmgraph patch dating back to October 1995,
converted to standard wad format. The original version contained
a whopping 87 files, and modified your main doom.wad.
This version contains only two files (.wad and .txt).

Run it with just about any source port and see how far we've come
in the last 5 years. Or if you really want that old-school
experience, patch the sprites with DeuSF or WinTex.

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Guest ChriS

Dude. DMGRAPH is _ANCIENT_. Use Wintex!

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People seem to not understand you, Sparky :) BTW, IMO Hell In University sucks really bad!

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boris said:

IMO Hell In University sucks really bad!

Ha, doesn't it just?
Doom User Levels have come a long way in 5 years, eh?
But at least HellU is now in a format that:

a) old timers like me can reminise - it'd be a brave and desperate man who pulled out an old DMgraph/DMaud addon and patched their iwad ;)
b) the younger Doomers can see some of the crap we had to endure

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Oh I don't know. Standards today are higher, the good stuff a lot better, but the crap today is still just as crappy as it was in '94. Crap is crap is crap :)

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Stphrz said:

Crap is crap is crap :)

That's not exactly true...
my work as an Industrial Electronics Engineer occassionally has me visiting sewerage treatment plants, and although I'm no expert in the area, the density and composition of waste in affluent areas is significantly different than poorer areas - high fibre versus high fat diets for starters. ;-)

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