Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

  • Linguica

    COMPET-News

    By Linguica, in News,

    There's a nice update over on the COMPET-N where the big news is that Vincent Catalaa has managed to do not one but two Doom 2 nightmare runs, making him the second person to ever do it. Among the other feats are Episode 1 UV improved by an entire 30 seconds (?!?!) and a new Map03 rocket jump. Don't forget the ongoing contest! Overall, a great time for speedrunning.

    Linguica

    Quakers Do Doom

    By Linguica, in News,

    Aardappel's Doom Page has announced the release of the "QBoard Doom 2 SP WAD" created by Biff Debris, Lunaran, and Aardappel. This 3-level WAD was created by 3 Quake mappers as a "retro" mapping project to see how they would fare with linedefs and vertices as opposed to brushes and polygons.

    Linguica

    Annihilate!

    By Linguica, in News,

    Fyrestorm has released the second level in his Annihilation DM series. The zip file comes with two versions: one for 16-32 players and another for 2-8 players. Also, it's been noded for the latest Doombot.

    Linguica

    Pixel Poll

    By Linguica, in News,

    Pixel Rex has posted a new poll asking which now-defunct mapper you would most like to see return to active Doom mapping duty. On a similar note, if you never saw it, check out our Top Ten WADmakers of all time...

    Linguica

    Test

    By Linguica, in News,

    test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test vv

    Linguica

    Testing 1 2 3

    By Linguica, in News,

    Yes you heard me, blah blah blah, let's write enough text to make sure that there's one complete line here, blah blah blah, and why isn't the comments thing working properly, why is it saying there's 0 comments when there are actually some, this should be enough.

×