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  1. After Micro Slaughter Community Project, it's so nice to see an another wad with a similar concept. Nice work!
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    Doom Monster Nicknames

    That one particular arch-vile in Monster Condo. People call him "Barney".
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    Brainstorming Name Ideas for My Next Project

    I've been thinking about various suggestions, but none of them could beat "Mechanical Midwest Hellscape", honestly.
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    how you do SR50

    W+A+C+M2 or W+D+Z+M2  C is turn left, Z is turn right, M2 is strafe on
  5. We better need a concept of "The Evolution of Display Resolution" project. With a total six episodes, each episode features the most popular resolution of the era, starting with CGA 320x200 (Classic Doom was designed for this resolution, iirc). Then it goes up to VGA 640x480, XGA 1024x768, HD 1280x720, FHD 1920x1080, and QHD 2560x1440. Two secret levels feature UHD 3840x2160, because why not?
  6. DSDA-Doom - 7 Eternity - 1 GZDoom - 1 I do use other source ports as well, but I only use them for special reasons, such as using ChocoRenderLimits for vanilla doom stress test, ZDaemon/Zandronum for multiplayer, etc.
  7. While the idea of widescreen status bar sounds interesting, I currently have no plan on making more stuffs for already published projects. But I'm welcome to any third-party add-ons that don't interrupt with the wad's gameplay or art design.
  8. About the recent locked thread, talking about Antaresian Reliquary, I already made an explanation about the issue before. I think any dehacked modders will understand that Dead Lost Soul is one of the most common actors to be replaced, in order to make their own custom actor.

    1. Xyzzy01


      *poofs away in a single frame*

  9. MAP09 UV-Max in 3:46 mscp09-346.zip MAP16 UV-Max in 4:44 mscp16-444.zip
  10. antares031

    Psych's MIDI Music! (Or Junkman I guess)

    Much appreciated for sharing your awesome MIDI works in here! I remember that I got this collection from your discord channel long ago, and I've been enjoying this a lot. I'm planning to use more music in the future, besides Struggle, Antaresian Reliquary, and Ozonia. Like Gothic mentioned above, your work definitely deserves more recognition. Because of that, the recent honorary member medal from id Software, celebrating the release of Syringe as an official add-on, was such a great news to hear. :) Again, thanks for sharing your collection to the public, and keep up the good work!
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    Why'd you choose your title?

    Yeah, it's my favorite fish to eat. 😋
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    Why'd you choose your title?

    I needed a secondary non-english nickname, which could be more appealing to the local community members.
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    what resolution do you play doom on

    1280x960 for any classic source ports, and 1080p for any modern source ports.
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    Live podcast interview with John Romero. Links are up!

    Just finished watching the VOD. It's so amazing to hear that Sigil 2 is ongoing, could be really great for the upcoming 30th anniversary of Doom in 2023. Lots of good stories about Doom, Quake, early games of John Romero, and stories about game development and multiplayer as well. Can't believe that Wolfenstein 3D's levels were made with the same level editor that Commander Keen used; making FPS levels with a 2D side-scroller level editor. Also, much appreciated for asking my question! It's good to know that John Carmack was actually the person, who scored the first frag in FPS history. It's technically a self-frag, but it still counts. XD
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    How Invasive Is Steam, and Is Satisfactory Any Good?

    I've been using Steam for nearly 17 years, and I haven't got any significant performance issues with my computer, even back in the first year with Steam. Can't remember the exact spec of that time, but I do remember that my GPU was GeForce MX 400, so I believe that the other specs were quite equal to that tier. Although Steam got lots of updates, compare to the early design, the application itself is still quite lightweight, and it won't affect the performance of your PC too much. If you're still worrying about it, just open the task manager, and turn it off from the startup.