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  1. I recently downloaded a cover of the Doom soundtrack. I thought it would be pretty cool to replace my current Doom songs with the covered versions. How would I do this?
  2. Shameless self bump.
  3. Everyone knows about that Void, haha. It's probably the best one out there.
  4. Sadly, I don't know how to post screenshots.
  5. Like this?
  6. Ah, thank you all very much for the help. The map is finished and released now. Check it out in the WADs and Mods section if you like!
  7. This is my first released WAD. It is a Zandronum/Skulltag CTF map, created for intense 8-on-8 (or more!) matches. It started as a small deathmatch map for me and a few friends, but it eventually evolved into what it is now. Give it a try, and tell me how you like it. Edit: Added screenshots View of Blue base from Red base Middle View Detailed view of hallway to flag Blue Team Base
  8. Actually, wouldn't it be better to have the healing-only archvile be visually identical? Imagine how intense it would be to have a group of baddies, with one attack archvile, and 2 identical looking healers running around in a room. That would make for an awesome fight.
  9. I am unable to find the MAPINFO lump in my map, and PNAMES and TEXTURE1 are also not present.
  10. Alright! That worked. There's only one more problem. When I created this WAD I used textures from Doom II, Plutonia, TNT, and the Skulltag data WADs. When I load the map using Doom II, plenty of the textures are missing. How can I keep all of my textures
  11. I have been working on a Skulltag/Zandronum CTF map on Doom Builder 2 for the past few days. I have completely finished the map geometry, but now I need to add a song (Doom II's 'Between Levels' to be exact) and make it to where the wad actually loads when opening it in Zandronum. How can I do this?
  12. My freshman year in highschool, 2008, I uploaded a SNES Emulator, Zdaemon, and several custom WADs to the school network. You couldn't walk past the MIT classroom or library without seeing several kids sneakily deathmatching. I felt rather accomplished showing Doom to several people who never even knew about it. Eventually, 2 years later, the school deleted everything on the network and made it rather difficult to play anything anymore :/
  13. I love keyboard and mouse. It's a great, logical method of controlling what you want to do with a computer. I mean, don't get me wrong, voice and touch screens are very innovative, and other people may enjoy those things. But nothing will ever replace my keyboard and mouse.
  14. You're better off just getting a laptop instead. I never really saw any convenience in tablets.
  15. I really dislike touch screens in general, so I bought the Droid 4 which has a physical keyboard. It's excellent. But Doom still is awkward on it.