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Cyb wrote:and > 45 viewing angle is all but impossible with doom's rendering, allowing more would require a total rewrite for a game that was never intended to have mlook in the first place. I can't get into it too much, but from my understanding floors and ceilings in doom don't exist in the same way they do in true3d games.
Yes, but this *is* a wishlist, after all. ^_~
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yeah, but Randy ain't Santa ;)
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MLdB wrote:yeah, but Randy ain't Santa ;)
True. :) I meant "wishlist" as in "things that would be cool to have", though, not "things that Randy has to implement now". :)
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Heh on top, I want to have Doom things monsters (and thus palettes) besides the Rott one :)
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dosent XWE come with a ROTT pallette? then you wouldnt have to make your own...

anyway.. :shock: that hi res looks even cooler in-game :shock: where did you get that wad???

I MUST KNOW!!!

/me chases arcticwolf with a chainsaw

anyway... resampling to 8-bit really isint that bad (okay maybe it is) but i really dont care...
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Bio Hazard wrote:anyway.. :shock: that hi res looks even cooler in-game :shock: where did you get that wad???

I MUST KNOW!!!

/me chases arcticwolf with a chainsaw

anyway... resampling to 8-bit really isint that bad (okay maybe it is) but i really dont care...
*eeps and runs away* Hey, no cutting up the wolf, neither with a chainsaw nor anything else!

Outside of that, the texture can be gotten at http://switch.to/doom2textures. The rest is the MD2 model pack for jDoom, Abbs' alternate weapon pack and *maybe* Abbs' alternate models, too (I don't recall). Looks nice, doesn't it? :)
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arcticwolf wrote:
Cyb wrote:and > 45 viewing angle is all but impossible with doom's rendering, allowing more would require a total rewrite for a game that was never intended to have mlook in the first place. I can't get into it too much, but from my understanding floors and ceilings in doom don't exist in the same way they do in true3d games.
Yes, but this *is* a wishlist, after all. ^_~
Not to mention... I just tried in Legacy, and angles of up to 90 degrees up/down for freelook work just fine in there. So, unless Legacy rewrote the whole engine, it should be doable. :)
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arcticwolf wrote:Not to mention... I just tried in Legacy, and angles of up to 90 degrees up/down for freelook work just fine in there. So, unless Legacy rewrote the whole engine, it should be doable. :)
Except you're trying it in a hardware rendering mode. Run Legacy in software mode and see what angles you get.

Then go play the latest ZDoomGL in hardware mode.
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arioch wrote:
arcticwolf wrote:Not to mention... I just tried in Legacy, and angles of up to 90 degrees up/down for freelook work just fine in there. So, unless Legacy rewrote the whole engine, it should be doable. :)
Except you're trying it in a hardware rendering mode. Run Legacy in software mode and see what angles you get.

Then go play the latest ZDoomGL in hardware mode.
Ah, ok. Another reason to integrate hardware rendering into mainline ZDoom, then.
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arcticwolf wrote:Outside of that, the texture can be gotten at http://switch.to/doom2textures. The rest is the MD2 model pack for jDoom, Abbs' alternate weapon pack and *maybe* Abbs' alternate models, too (I don't recall). Looks nice, doesn't it? :)
That Screenshot looks like a TC for Quake2 that looks like doom. In fact, if I didn't know better, I'd say you took a screenshot from SOG.
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Xaser wrote:
arcticwolf wrote:Outside of that, the texture can be gotten at http://switch.to/doom2textures. The rest is the MD2 model pack for jDoom, Abbs' alternate weapon pack and *maybe* Abbs' alternate models, too (I don't recall). Looks nice, doesn't it? :)
That Screenshot looks like a TC for Quake2 that looks like doom. In fact, if I didn't know better, I'd say you took a screenshot from SOG.
It's from Doom. Believe it or don't. :)
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arcticwolf wrote:*eeps and runs away* Hey, no cutting up the wolf, neither with a chainsaw nor anything else!

Outside of that, the texture can be gotten at http://switch.to/doom2textures. The rest is the MD2 model pack for jDoom, Abbs' alternate weapon pack and *maybe* Abbs' alternate models, too (I don't recall). Looks nice, doesn't it? :)

:( 404 :(

does it come in a wad or do i compile it myself...
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Post by Death Mage »

It's 404 becuase there's a period at the end. Remove it.

And, sicne this still is the wishlist thread.. that Anibus command, to scare the enemies.. Wouldn't be it really cool to let us chose via sliders how "possable" it is to scare the enemies? Or use some through on per enemy how scarable they are.
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zdoomgl IS mainline zdoom, the only diff is it has a hardware engine + a couple extra ogl only features (like the newly added shader stuff). you can even use the original zdoom software rendering engine. but that aside timmie is quite good at keeping it up to date with current zdoom releases
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Death Mage wrote:It's 404 becuase there's a period at the end. Remove it.
Yep. Blame phpBB's parsing code. In any case, here's the correct(ed) link for the lazy:

http://switch.to/doom2textures

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