buscemi.wad: my tribute to steve buscemi

I'm somewhat disappointed that this isn't set in the Trees Lounge, and that there are no wood chippers or bowling alleys present.

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Is the actor himself aware of this dedication? Of course,you don't have to answer.No offense is meant.Just curious.

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grouchbag said:

Is the actor himself aware of this dedication? Of course,you don't have to answer.No offense is meant.Just curious.

I'd be more interested to know whether the actor thought this wad was good enough for Ribbiks to deserve a tip. :P

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Joshy said:

I'd be more interested to know whether the actor thought this wad was good enough for Ribbiks to deserve a tip. :P

I think he should find out and post it.

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That screenshot is the most disconcerting doom image I've ever seen

/jk, love Steve Buscemi!

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FDA, use something like "-skipsec -700" for the last attempt. Couldn't finish it because the last switch doesn't work with -cl 2 (floors with stuck monsters cannot move in vanilla doom).

Might be a good idea to make cacodemons explode like lost souls so that their corpses don't block the view. TOD did this for all monsters in Double Pntrtn to make it playable with vanilla sprite limit.

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6:47 uvmax:

http://filesmelt.com/dl/buscemi-1-647-cl9-uvmax-ggg.lmp

Probably leaving more cybers alive would be faster. Didn't watch your demo yet, will watch now. Kind of a herding puzzle, and neat design. I like somewhat "mini" slaughtermaps like that. I still don't know what the very first switch does.

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hah, excellent, a good bit faster than the included demo too, nice work! I wasn't sure how much improvement was possible, and the map was a bit too tedious for me to continue trying.

gggmork said:

I still don't know what the very first switch does.


absolutely nothing :)

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I liked the casual strolling at the beginning of that demo. :) One HK survived btw but who cares. Good job.

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6:10, killing the cacos first is a much better move than just waiting which I was too dumb to think of at first (or maybe I tried that route and died so didn't think it was doable). Could be faster if I had less vile stragglers resurrecting stuff, but I'm probably done. I'll try the skipsec thingy, never used it before.
http://filesmelt.com/dl/buscemi-1-610-cl9-uvmax-ggg.lmp

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st.alfonzo said:

I'm somewhat disappointed that this isn't set in the Trees Lounge, and that there are no wood chippers or bowling alleys present.


Or at least Jack Rabbit Slims... :)

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I would post a demo but Steve's glory hath be to great for mortal eyes.
I started the level, like most would, push the first button you see. The usual happened and the water did indeed fall.
As Steve had intended.
I went to gather the supplies put in place for the test.
The holy test.
I grabbed the rocket launcher and was immediately ambushed by the sleu of demons and other hellish monsters.
Being a mere human I panicked.
I immediately went to the console. I had just played the commentary mode to HL2:E1 where the god mode command was simply "god" and typed that. The line after the command said "Loading Holy Entity"
All the creatures simultaneously exploded into gibs, similar to brutal doom, and from the picture previously uncovered, came Steve Buscemi, in all his holy glory.
He came out of my monitor and whispered "Never tip waitresses..." and as he receded my computer exploded, sheet metal impaling my chest, as I heard "You've passed the test. You have no need for your mortal form anymore."
When I got to this holy place, I told him "But I still wish to be among humans."
In his generosity he allowed me to return.
So I woke up naked in the back of a pickup truck headed for Missouri.
As Steve is not without a sense of humor.
So I guess the moral of the story is, while we are just mere mortals on a useless hunk of rock floating in the cosmos, Steve shows us that we can rise to his level, no matter how much the human race is flawed, there will still be the few that are good enough to keep us progressing, growing in everlasting glory, to infinity and beyond..........

Steve is love, Steve is life.

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