What-If? Doom2 initial release (get it here!)

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What-If? Doom2 initial release (get it here!)

Postby spiderman » 11 Sep 2007 02:59

Here it is, the initial release of my humble "what-if?" Vavoom mod for Doom2 :D

- UPDATE - Firebrand has graciously contributed a Windows build of the initial release! Thanks, Firebrand! - UPDATE -

If you missed the other thread, the main idea of this mod (at this point) is to add secondary fire to the weapons. This is pretty much done, but I need your feedback! All comments, suggestions, criticisms welcome.

Some things to note:
    A new "secondary fire" option now appears in the "controls" menu. I suggest binding it to mouse2.

    A new option to disable auto-aim can be accessed through the "mouse" menu. Highly recommended for this mod (use with mouselook and a crosshair). Bonus: this feature can also be used in heretic, hexen, strife, and doom 1!

    Refired shots are not less accurate. I like it this way. Maybe I'll change it back some time.

    This mod can be used with Doom 1, as long as you have Vavoom load the Doom 2 wad also. For example (in linux):
    ./vavoom.i686 -doom -file ./doom2.wad

~ DOWNLOADS ~


Have fun, and let me know what you think!
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Postby Firebrand » 11 Sep 2007 17:01

The torrent file isn't working, I'm using getright to download it, but it keeps saying "connecting to" and doesn't downloads anything.
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Postby Crimson Wizard » 11 Sep 2007 17:32

Will not it be easier to upload those files somewhere?
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Postby spiderman » 12 Sep 2007 14:56

sorry about that torrent stuff, live and learn i guess. source now available as a direct download.

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Postby spiderman » 14 Sep 2007 04:37

Firebrand has just contributed a Windows build of the initial release. Check the top of this thread for a download link!
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