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  1. Comrade Pingu

    An Idea for the Coders

    I know this is an old thread but this just gave me an idea... A lot of games like LoZ: Wind Waker and Super Mario 64 have randomizers that can randomize just about anything. Once I get good in DECORATE or ZScript that wouldn't just replace enemy spawns, but weapon and item spawns, along with texture and sound randomization. It would probably take a lot of work, but it could be a fun project. I'll try to get a git repo out for people to check out if I get it started.
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    So I'm doing a research project for college...

    16, male Delaware, USA All of them. But I haven't completed Doom 3 since I had the BFG edition on the PS3. A tie between Doom 2 and Doom 2016. I think that Doom 2 has the best WAD support; and Doom 2016 has some really nice monstor models. Doom (1995) 3.75/5, Doom 2 4.2/10, Doom 3 2/5 (it's too clunky but it's not fast paced to justify it like the previous games, it also has barely any WAD support), Doom 2016 4/5 (a fun campaign but the snapmapping feature leaves much to be desired). I haven't played any of the other games so I couldn't rate them. I feel like the series' quality has remained pretty much the same. The only real dropoff was around Doom 3. I feel like comparing Doom 2016 to the original Doom games is a bit unfair. Doom 2016 is fun, but in a different way (but the fan service is nice). I think that they're loads of fun. The modding helps give the series a damn near infinte amount of playability. See question 5. If you're writing a paper, would you mind linking it? I'm a science geek.
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    The Doom Confessional Booth

    Oh boy you'll love the Monstor Condo. You will be walking around it for at least an hour before you manage to find any of the keys.
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    The Doom Confessional Booth

    I really don't like the level design in the later parts of Doom 2. I think it's way too sprawled out, has some of the easiest secrets to find in the game, and they're all almost universally hard to navigate. For example, the secret door that you had to shoot to get to the exit in M28. Why the hell would it be harder for my dumbass to find the actual secrets than to find the main parts of a level?
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    The Doom Confessional Booth

    Wait a moment do you listen to Inade at all?
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    Is there a Doom port for Windows Phone 8.1?

    We're all vulnerable to it.
  7. Comrade Pingu

    Is there a Doom port for Windows Phone 8.1?

    It can crunch numbers and has all the things I said (and I think the GBA had a doom port). So yeah, it is a computer.
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    [SOLVED] GZDoom not able to find IWADS (even when specified)

    I tried both of those methods and I still got the same error message. Not even specifying full path-names in the gzdoom.ini file would make it work. So, I think I'll try to get rid of the IWAD and PWAD directory and put all my WADS into the ~/.config/gzdoom/ directory and see how it works. EDIT: On checking the filesize of my doom.wad and doom2.wad files I noticed that they were 0 bytes. So, I'll take the wad files from my laptop and put them on my desktop. Wish me luck! FINAL EDIT: It worked and this whole thread was moot. Hooray for not checking basic stuff!
  9. Comrade Pingu

    Is there a Doom port for Windows Phone 8.1?

    It has a CPU, RAM, and a way to control it. It's a computer.
  10. Comrade Pingu

    Is there a Doom port for Windows Phone 8.1?

    If a computer can't run Doom it's not a computer.
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    [SOLVED] GZDoom not able to find IWADS (even when specified)

    I used the command gzdoom -iwads doom.wad in order to run it. I made this post late last night and I was having troubles with getting gzdoom to find doom.pk3 until I discovered I was missing a library to run gzdoom. So I'm going to change the title to something more accurate.
  12. So, I've been trying to get GZDoom working on my Manjaro install. However, I keep getting this error whenever I try to run GZDoom: Did you install GZDoom properly? You can do either of the following: 1. Place one or more of these wads in ~/.config/gzdoom/. 2. Edit your ~/.config/gzdoom/gzdoom.ini and add the directories of your iwads to the list beneath [IWADSearch.Directories] I have tried to reinstall GZDoom, delete the home folder, and a whole plethora of other things I've seen on the internet, and I still can't get it to work. NOTE: I'm running the gzdoom-git package off of the AUR.
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    Your favorite thing about Doom

    Do you watch Vinesauce at all?
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    25 years of Doom celebration?

    The whole n years of Doom celebration hasn't happened in a while. So, are the forum admins planning on making a 25 years of Doom celebration for 2018?
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    Who wrote Imp Encounter?

    I don't know. But what I do know is that Imp Encounter is easily one of the best wads in the universe.