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About joepallai

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  1. Happy 400th anniversary to the company where I've worked since Jan. 23rd, 1994!!!




    I should be able to get back into mapping once things settle down at work.



  2. joepallai

    How often do you take a break from Doom

    every couple of years I end up taking a break from Doom, but I still end up checking the forums and looking at maps; I'm just not playing or editing during these periods. I'm currently in one due to work.
  3. joepallai

    When did you meet Doom?

    I'm 53 and knew about Doom from Sandy Peterson's article in Dragon magazine and also his last game review article where he says he's taking a job in Texas at id Software. I couldn't play Doom at the time because my computer was an 8088. Fast forward a year or two and my English teacher's kid offers me the shareware copy of Doom but by then I only had a 386 so took his shareware copy of Wolf3d (wasn't a fan). The next year (1995) I had a 486 and started playing Doom and using shovelware disks to play PWADS. I was 25 when I finally played Doom.
  4. joepallai

    What difficulty do you play on?

  5. joepallai

    So, how old are you ?

    just turned 53
  6. So this is one of the things that I've been working on in lieu of my Doom levels.   Quite pleased with these.




  7. joepallai

    Most recent movie you saw

    65 on Netflix. It was a good sci-fi story that was tense at times. I really enjoyed it.
  8. In a time before the ubiquitous in-game goal marker, the arrow was a simple but effective tool. I've used health potions in the shape of an arrow to hint at useful secrets in one of my newer maps.
  9. joepallai

    What are you currently reading?

    Started reading "Last Call" by Tim Powers and am not disappointed. The man knows how to tell a story.
  10. joepallai

    The Quake Confessional Booth

    Never finished Quake (hated the sound in that game and the 3d models) but enjoyed Q2 and Q3 thoroughly.
  11. joepallai

    How did people map in the 90s

    I used WadAuthor from the 3d Alchemy book.