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  1. I would really like to know how to port levels made from Macintosh, to levels you can play in windows for these two games: Wolfenstein (3D) and doom.

    The reason: It actually started with wolf. I whent to Laz's wolf page http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/3744/index2.html. I downloaded a few of the scenarios but they're Macontosh files. Since im a windows user, all I get is some soandso.sit file. (where soandso is the name of the thing im downloading.) I would like to know if there is a way to convert this ".sit" file in to a windows file. While your at it, could you also tell me the same but with doom wads?

    ( Im having this bad feeling that you can't convert Mac files to Windows files.)

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    2. destx

      destx

      Joe said:

      They are. Higher resolutions and the such!

      It was indeed a nice port. It even had a (stupid) rocket launcher.

    3. Sephiroth

      Sephiroth

      wads for doom and even quake maps will work fine between MAC, Windows and Linux. however if they are in the *.sit format you need the stuff it expander.

      however the ports them selvs will not run in windows without an emulator or a mac. also most ports to mac that i have used tended to suck. infact i just dug out my mac with doom and quake.

      the wad and pak files are just files. i have never had issues with running either in a mac, windows or linux system. example i downloaded shareware quake for mac and then added my registered pak files to it. now i got registered quake for mac. same thing i did to doom.

    4. AgentSpork

      AgentSpork

      I also think that the Jaguar version of Wolfenstein 3D had (the same?) improved graphics, although some of the weapons looked like badly chopped up Doom sprites.

      But then again, it's iD's game, so I guess they have the right to chop up their own sprites and reuse them if they so desire.

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