AlienVendetta

A mapset for doom2


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27.09.2016

Johnsen was able to recover his backup rom discs of the original AV release files, however the installer data was corrupted, so some dashed hopes there. A few hours after that original release, av-extracted.zip was uploaded with the compiled wad instead of an installer, and thanks to the efforts of Doug + Andy over at doomed sda I was able to grab that and host it here as well. md5 checksums are provided for curiosity's sake and hopefully I didn't copy any of them down incorrectly. OK BYE

:vorpal:


01.08.2016

So here it is - 15 years later and a brand new Alien Vendetta site. The old one looked like a relic from 2002 and AV simply deserves better. vorpal had the incentive to do this and took it upon himself to do all the work here, as the rest of us have grown too old and frail for such labour.

A new sparkling design is not all he had in store for us though, there's something even better: A finetuned version of one of his more recent releases AND an all new one, neatly tucked together in a set.

There's nothing more to say really - download, get yourself some coffee and enjoy "AV Black Label". Perhaps this new wad will increase in scope in the future, if others from the crew dust of their editor and divorce their family. Until next time!

:Johnsen:


24.12.2002

Well, exactly one year after its original release, we put up a refined version of the wad. It seems AV will become one of the Compet-N pwads in the near future so we figured breaking demo compatibility for the original demoset is an easy sacrifice :)

Alot of nitpicks took place, seeing quite a few bugs got reported during the last year. The biggest change comes in form of a brand new map by Lee Szymanski and Anthony Soto. That alone should be worth the download :)

Av.exe and av.deh by myk helnyte comes included in the zip, replacing automap names and storylines.

Full changelog as well as av.zip aviable from the download section.

:Johnsen: