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  1. T-Squared

    The Official 'Trying to Find a Specific WAD' Thread

    I FOUND IT! Does anyone remember The Nutty Wad and its sequel, Nutty II? Nutty II is the one I was looking for! The levels I described were MAP09: Autobahn, and MAP18: Sentinel Returns!
  2. T-Squared

    The Doom Confessional Booth

    Oh yeah. Oops. Yeah, Level 20 is "Gotcha!" No, somehow I got past that. No, I'm talking about the exit that sits behind the player at the beginning of the level. That is EVIL.
  3. T-Squared

    The Doom Confessional Booth

    I never was able to figure out how to get through MAP20: The Courtyard in Doom II until a few years later.
  4. T-Squared

    The Official 'Trying to Find a Specific WAD' Thread

    Yes, it was. You have the correct name and correct wad.
  5. I'm considering a GZDoom/Zandronum Edition, because I don't think Boom supports any later-format maps.
  6. Nah. Just a superfan who's been there since almost the very beginning. :D (Seriously, I have a shelf in my room dedicated to Myst-like props)
  7. Yep. There's something impressive about exploring complex-design WADs in MS-DOS. (My favorite is UDMX.)
  8. Back in the 1990s, we never used a TV as one of the main displays. It hasn't been until recently that I found one of our old ATI Rage Pro All-in-Wonder cards to output to a TV. I put it together with a 200MHz Pentium system. (It's a powerhouse for the time it existed in.) There's something strange about the input/output. They need a special output adapter, otherwise the video appears distorted. (Simply connecting the pins to their respective output ports doesn't work very well.) It's actually pretty surreal, because you can use your TV not only as an output monitor, but you can also watch TV broadcasts ON the TV with the computer acting as a pass-through. Furthermore, you can record broadcasts to your hard drive. (I'm sure a lot of computers can do this today, but keep in mind this is an old system I built with spare parts.)
  9. BETTER THAN A SCREENSHOT (and for all those nay-sayers out there): https://youtu.be/iGTOj3mMCgQ
  10. Doom II's MAP10/MAP16 music didn't send a chill up my spine, but it's definitely memorable, because, to me, it sounds like you're lost in an infinite space, all alone; kind of a nihilistic vibe, really. It scares me a little.
  11. I also posted this on the Doom Reddit:
  12. T-Squared

    The Official 'Trying to Find a Specific WAD' Thread

    Hello! :D I posted this on the Doom Reddit, but someone suggested I post it here: I remember this fun WAD from around the mid-2000s that had a particular style about it, kind of like Destination Unknown (Another WAD I had almost forgotten about, were it not for the fact I remembered that it had a ski-slope-style level and a speed-race-style level.) It was used a few times for deathmatch during the days of Skulltag before it faded away. Unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of this WAD. I can only remember two levels: One level was based on the 1980s game "The Sentinel", which had a wireframe design on a grid, with some slopes and very harsh colors, which for this version was blue, green, white, and black. It also had this droning electronic square-wave buzzing noise, like something out of the movie TRON. The other level was like Frogger in reverse. You were on top of cars (I think one was a double-decker bus) on a highway, with a scrolling ground mimicking movement, where you could jump from car to car, and if you fell off onto the highway, you'd instantly die. [Addendum: It also had this cheery "Sunday-drive" style music that got annoying after a while. XD] There is more to this WAD, but like I said, I can't remember the name of it [or the rest of the levels], and I'd like to be able to find it, because it was such a fun DM levelpack.