Title: Todd's Terror Level 1
Filename: levels/doom/s-u/tt11.zip
Size: 35.67 KB
Date: 02/10/05
Author: Todd Prince
Description: I came up with the idea for this level as I was talking to some friends. This is the first of what I hope to be many levels in my quest to develope DOOM levels. I used a DOOM EDITOR called DoomEd - The Real Thing by Geoff Allan. I was going to add some sounds with a editor called Doom Audio Editor by Bill Neisius, but some issues arrived and I decided against them. Both of the products are shareware and are available on most Bulletin Boards. The level is quite big, consisting of three quadrants. There are quite a few monsters and enough ammo to get you to the end. My Beta Testers took countless hours to help us to provide a fun and exciting DOOM level. The whole process of developing this level took us about 100 hours to complete. I hope you enjoy playing this level and I very much welcome all comments, good or bad. I can be reach on COMPUSERVE as Todd D. Prince at id number 73131,1037. I will answer all comments and try to implement suggestions. This level is setup to work with Cooperative but not with Deathmatch. I hope to produce some Deathmatch levels in the future. Have fun and enjoy!
Credits: Beta Testers TK and "Hacker"
I would like to thank the following: 1. ID Software for creating a great game called DOOM.
2. Geoff Allan --- Excellent editor, easy to use.
3. Tim Kisker --- The best DOOM player I know.
4. John Hacker --- The biggest critic of DOOM levels I know.
5. Bill Neisius --- Great audio editor.
6. YOU -- for the taking the time to check out this level.
Base: New from scratch
Build time: about 100 hours
Editor(s) used: DoomEd - The Real Thing by Geoff Allan
Rating: (1 vote)
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"This is the first of what I hope to be many levels in my quest to develope DOOM levels" says Todd, although he only has two levels in the Doomworld archive. This is from 1994. I played the level whilst listening to "Fight the Power" by the Isley Brothers, and the song was much more entertaining than the level. It made me wonder; what if "the man" was a reasonable chap and the Isley Brothers were the bastards? It's all about perception.x

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