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WOW! Fu####' awesome!
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https://soundcloud.com/daniel-wentz

Descent Underground is coming out, and Daniel Wentz is in office. There are some intersting tracks related to the E3 Descent, and not to mention that there are gimmicks hanging in that soundcloud account (like Meddler). It's really good if you ran out of ideas for music for custom WADs.
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Alot of soundtracker music. Alot of it. Over 130k modules.
http://amp.dascene.net/home.php
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Post by eyesoftheworld94 »

Just released! A "Star-Wars" type doom TC would be cool! http://www.videocopilot.net/blog/2016/0 ... odel-pack/
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found these explosion sprites on google, get them while they're hot, the links may not last
Spoiler:
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RSSwizard wrote:found these explosion sprites on google, get them while they're hot, the links may not last
I can't figure out who made these or where they came from. I'd be leery of using them.
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Found a mod with some sweet WW2 gun sounds. Right here.
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http://www.custommapmakers.org/skyboxes.php

Lot's of skyboxes to use, lots of them are pretty nice tbh.
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Post by CultureShockCreative »

wildweasel wrote:
RSSwizard wrote:found these explosion sprites on google, get them while they're hot, the links may not last
I can't figure out who made these or where they came from. I'd be leery of using them.
It appears to come from this royalty free footage. If not, I imagine it wouldn't be difficult to isolate these :)

Excuse the bump.
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From the link in the video description:
Blinkfarm License Agreement wrote:The license below boils down to this:
1. You cannot sell, share, or give the sounds away by themselves. Please send people to http://www.youtube.com/blinkfarm to get them for free.
2. You must give BlinkFarm credit for the sounds when you do use them.
3. As long as you follow 1 & 2, you can make money off them by using them in your work, whether it’s a video game, a song, a YouTube video, a feature film, etc.
There's also a direct link in the video description to the isolated explosions, so you don't need to rip the video or anything. Just use FFMPEG to export the frames to PNG or something.
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I am thinking of retiring this thread and moving it to the wiki, so that it will be self-maintaining, as I'm too busy these days to continue maintaining this thread. Stay tuned!
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Nash wrote:I am thinking of retiring this thread and moving it to the wiki, so that it will be self-maintaining, as I'm too busy these days to continue maintaining this thread. Stay tuned!
I support this movement, would be willing to help maintain WRT to adding stuff I know of and checking that the links are still live every now and again.
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Since the website link seems pretty dead, I have saved 3 builds of ZDL on my dropbox, now ready to be shared with all of you.
Hopefully it will last there forever.

Download ZDL 3.1, 3.2 and 3.2.2.3b (final build)
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Post by ZzZombo »

http://www.md2.sitters-electronics.nl/ seems to have died, anything with models please?
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https://www.free-decompiler.com/flash/

This just helped me find buried NSF files in one the games where I couldn't get the music out of. I suspect it can also help me find Module Tracker files from "Level Up" as well, even though I was able to download those separately thanks to just asking politely. This is probably the most complete Flash Decompiler I have ever seen.

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