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  1. I believe mine was RollerCoaster Tycoon 2. Or if not, it was among the first PC games I ever played anyway.
  2. I have a hard time seeing Doom as either, really. To me, it's more ambient than anything else. But then, I might be introducing a bias since most of the game's OST is ambient-ish in the first place.
  3. Ah, didn't know you could do that. Much obliged!
  4. Thread mainly inspired by a Doom wad idea I've been formulating lately - not revealing details about it, though. And also because I want to deepen my understanding of the Doom engine, especially in regards to said limits. Now I know there are explanations about vanilla Doom's static limits on the Doom Wiki and whatnot, but what I'm specifically looking for is a file I could access offline in case I feel the need to refer to it for whatever purpose.
  5. Haha, I remember doing something similar for the pinkies in one of my own wads. The map was named "When Pigs Fly". :D
  6. I was never fond of modern military shooters. So no, I wouldn't miss them. In fact, I want to see more FPS games like DOOM '16.
  7. Usually whatever is my latest mapping effort.
  8. I dump all wads/mods/whatever I download into a folder titled "Pwads".
  9. The only work of mine worth talking about at all is Deliverance 2600. I've made 15-ish other wads, but their quality has been... questionable, to say the least.
  10. Somehow I have trouble believing they used prefabs at all, apparently aside from what Bauul mentioned.
  11. How do the demons reproduce?
  12. I'm just amused at the fact that this happens to be the 96,969th thread on this forum and half of the first page is taking the title a tiny bit too literally.
  13. I remember starting on a few maps that I never finished. Sadly I've deleted the files, and I don't even have any screenshots of them. To give you an idea what I was working on, though, here's a list of the ideas I remember: A floating "city" in space. A fortress/castle/whatever in the middle of an ocean. The virtual intestines of a computer.
  14. Plot twist: it was Doomguy himself.