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    Huge Doom Experience


    Julian

    KingElvis' latest version of the DOOM launcher/frontend, the KingDoom eXperience (KDX) v4.1, is now available at Doomcenter. This huge download, something like 30Mb, contains various utilities and the binaries of nothing less than 19 popular Doom source ports.

    Big features are the frontend component, the server reporter (allows user to browse online Doom games), a package manager, a drag'n drop interface, and also a frontend for SLIGE, which allows user to generate random WADs.

    You can get it from here thanks to Bigdog, of course.

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    the ultimate stupid man's doom.

    jon: read the full description. in addition to including frontends to control many of the many moronically-easy-to-control doom ports and doom utilities, he also includes copies of these ports and utilities, including 17 (!) different doom ports. everything in this one .zip

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    esayeek said:

    the ultimate stupid man's doom.

    jon: read the full description. in addition to including frontends to control many of the many moronically-easy-to-control doom ports and doom utilities, he also includes copies of these ports and utilities, including 17 (!) different doom ports. everything in this one .zip


    wtf rofl. I mean, what fundamentally is different between port a and port b that they need two seperate launchers? One with optional features would make much more sense.

    I think its good that a reasonably inexperienced coder can produce something that makes doomworld/doomcenter etc. and is even a VB program, but the size is really ridiculous.

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    esayeek: there are lotta unexperienced newbies around and for them it is not moronically-easy. Further "the ultimate stupid man's doom" is politically not correct.

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    Law said:

    I think I'll save my time and stick to command promps and batch files.


    amen to that

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    Command lines rule.

    Root. there's nothing in this community that is politically correct and you are the only one who care.

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