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  1. He learned that trick from the Quake guy, on his YT channel.
  2. cybdmn

    Jim Flynn

    He was one of a handful true doom legends i knew by name before i even had an internet connection back in the nineties. With the Ty Halderman and him passing away, i realize how old i am, and how long i am addicted to that game. And the impact of these guys goes far over the boundaries of this little community. Infact they had an influence on the whole gaming industry, be it they was an inspiration to a new generation of game designers, or even some of them started their career in this business. They helped making doom what it is today, one of the longest lasting success in gaming history.
  3. Links in mails from the wiki system point all to http:localhost/wiki/... Oh, and i talk about the only real doomwiki. :-D
  4. cybdmn

    Where does Episode 2 take place?

    This is the actual deimos.
  5. You have no idea what can happen in 15 years, and you can‘t be sure that Steam still exist, or if at a certain point Windows Games are obsolete and just dissapear from the steam library just like stuff for older consoles like the original XBox. 15 Years ago Nokia was the most successful cellphone producer on earth, just look where they are now. Really, you don‘t know nothing, so just be sure that you can‘t assume that Steam exist in 15 years, at lease in it‘s current form. Discs on the other hand can exist that long. My Doom v1.1 3.5“ floppies are still in an excellent condition. I guess you can calculate how old they are on your own. And for your question regarding the renderer used for Ion Maiden, why you don‘t just look at the eduke32 website? Polymost is replaced by Polymer since ages.
  6. And what if there is no Steam in 15 from now? Where will you download all your games? God, how can anybody play Doom today, when he just ordered it back in 93 from id directly?
  7. You know that the Linux version is inside the installer? You can extract IonMaiden_Preview-1.0.exe with 7zip for example, and get that: https://imgur.com/s2JfTlL
  8. I checked both files, the infos on the OGDB are correct. Both WADs have the BFG edition cuts. But these are not the BFG edition WADS. These are the hashes: DOOM.WAD SHA-1: 117015379C529573510BE08CF59810AA10BB934E SHA-256: 76A22247D76EE9710595F7EE2D8DDED2CE9785FB49287A9AC6348544B858E6F9 DOOM2.WAD SHA-1: 97573AAF26957099ED45E61D81A0A1A3 SHA-256: F1B6BA94352D53F646B67C01D2DA88C5C40E3179 I just compared them to the BFG IWADs, had no chance to compare them with the GOG release IWADs atm, for i had no windows machine to install them. Will check that maybe later.
  9. According to the infos in the OGDB not especially for germany. From what it says there, these are the BFG edition cuts. But i will check that later by myself.
  10. In germany there was a release on CD in a gaming mag in 2016. http://ogdb.eu/index.php?section=compilation&compid=4266 It contains Ultimate Doom and Doom 2 on disc. Only thing is, you need a password to install, which you could just get for a limited time. But according to the password i got, and the process to get it, i think there is only one password for all.
  11. Are you ready for some nostalgia? Look what i found on one of my hard disks. In the third trailer is a short sequence, which seems to take place in the map, which is to be seen in one of the screenshots. ;-)
  12. cybdmn

    Full list of Doom clones/similar games?

    I have Gloom for the Amiga CD32. It Gas an horrible screen resolution. Orherwise it looks decent.
  13. You know, some of us waited for a long time for Doom Millenium? :-D
  14. cybdmn

    Retro PC circa 93/94 help

    Should be at least an 486 DX-66, 4MB RAM should be enough, as long as you run the game in DOS. I think your VGA card should have at least 512 kB of RAM.
  15. cybdmn

    Doom and Horror

    When released in '93, Doom was seen as a game with an horror atmosphere too. Even the music in parts, Dark Halls, Suspense or Sign of Evil are in fact not so metal as the soundtrack is often seen. PSX Doom and Doom64 added much to this, using improved tech.