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Add-on WAD file for DOOM I

Here is something special for you Doom players out there. An entirely new world to explore! I put many interesting details into all these levels, and I hope you like them.

I was introduced to the art of Doom WAD file editing by a co-worker at Creative Insights, Rich Waters. I started creating my own levels and got a bit carried away. My efforts, all nine levels, are included in PWORLD.WAD.

These are DOOM I levels and require the registered version of the game. I recommend using version 1.666 or higher. This WAD file also works well with The Ultimate Doom. All levels have varying degrees of difficulty, and may be played as single player or multiplayer deathmatch games.

To use PWORLD with Doom, unzip the PWORLD.ZIP file into your Doom directory and enter the following on the command line:
doom -file pworld.wad

e1m1 Level 1: A regular gauntlet of monsters. Many secret areas and hidden weapons.
e1m2 Level 2: Doink! Don't get squished under the crushers -- boy, there sure are a lot of imps in that big room. Have fun finding the secrets.
e1m3 Level 3: Down in the hollow by the old gnarly tree, lives a herd of monsters, set on killing thee. (Watch for the secret exit that leads to level 9).
e1m4 Level 4: My first and largest WAD file. Don't miss any of the secret areas, including "the pit".
e1m5 Level 5: A spaceship! Cool. Well, an atmosphere ship anyway. Open the windows and watch the scenery go by. Check out the TV monitors in the control room, and shoot some bad guys, too. Watch out for the radiation in the engine room.
e1m6 Level 6: A huge reservoir tank is inhabited by deadly monsters. See if you can figure out how to get some of the big monsters to kill each other. Look for the secret room containing a BFG 9000. Ride up the intake and outlet pipes, or take the elevators. This level has an interesting feature for DOOM map -- an over-under crossing.
e1m7 Level 7: A simple arena of death. The "shotgun" level. This is a surprisingly engaging deathmatch level where no player ever gets an unfair advantage in weapons, health or position.
e1m8 Level 8: The final level. Full of surprises, including a shooting gallery and the "Escher" room where up is down and stairs go sideways.
e1m9 Level 9: (Secret level) The Dam. A hydroelectric installation. Many closed doors are opened from the control rooms on either side of the dam. Lots of remote control switches that open doors or close them again. Can you tell which are which?

Click here to download PWORLD.ZIP (385,663 bytes)

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Please send e-mail with bug reports or comments.

Thanks to all the people who helped test and refine these levels: Roy Eltham, Bill Cawthorne, Rich Waters, Scot Amos, and the other folks I have neglected to mention.

Title                   : P-World   
Filename                : PWORLD.WAD
Author                  : Paul J. White
Email Address           :
Misc. Author Info       : 

Description             : Welcome to P-world. Now go die.

Additional Credits to   : Roy Eltham (for the DOINK on E1M2), 

* Play Information *

Episode and Level #     : E1M1 through E1M9
Single Player           : Yes
Cooperative 2-4 Player  : Yes
Deathmatch 2-4 Player   : Yes
Difficulty Settings     : Yes
New Sounds              : No
New Graphics            : No
New Music               : No
Demos Replaced          : None

* Construction *

Base                    : All new levels from scratch
Editor(s) used          : DEU, BSP, RMB
Known Bugs              : None

* Copyright / Permissions *

Copyright (c) 1995-1996 Paul J. White
Authors may NOT use this level as a base to build additional

You MAY distribute this WAD, provided you include this file, with
no modifications.  You may distribute this file in any electronic
format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file 

* Where to get this WAD *

Author's web site: