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OK, I was quite busy in the last weeks, that's the reason for this late update. I hope I'll
be able to do weekly updating from now...
Anyway. Our server is BACK FROM THE DEAD! So cheer everyone! :)
That means, you don't have to re-send your demos, I'll handle them. Older links are broken now,
I'll fix them as soon as possible.
Our newest bunch of demos includes two new tricks, and a couple of very high quality runs.
Here's the deal:
Here's a new MAP29 jump which was discovered by Selim "Bastard" Benabdelkhalek, from Morocco.
It saves around 1 second, but makes the FJS jump much harder, so I wonder if anyone will take
this in a real speedrun. Anyway, Selim's original demo was recorded with TASDOOM, which
you'll need to watch it, so I recorded a -nomonsters demo showing the same jump. Thanks Vincent Catalaa for sending it in.
Steffen "Rini" Udluft sent a new trick which makes it possible to leave the blue key on MAP22.
Rini's original demo was recorded in
NightMare! skill, and although it's not a new record, it's a fine demonstration of the new trick.
Rini says the trick was accidentally discovered by John Keniry, and it could save 6-7 seconds of
time. How many days do you need to optimize it? :))
Marijo "Sedlo" Sedlic's last demo? It could be - I suggest you read his text file. An awesome
run on MAP24 in 0:37.
Adam Williamson shows us some great slaloming skills in his latest bunch of Episode 1 speedruns.
He finishes E1M5 in 1:04, E1M6
in 1:08 and E1M7 in 1:24.
Vincent Catalaa sent us a few great speedruns. He finishes E1M9 in just 0:29, MAP04 in 0:28
(featuring his own trick jump), MAP08 in 0:23.
He also does MAP08 NM style, in 0:22,
and Plutonia MAP07 UV style in 0:23.
Here's a nice E4M2 -respawn, by Rini, in 1:40.
Some hot stuff from the Netherlands: Arno Slagboom improved his E3M7 -respawn by 2 seconds,
getting 1:50. Marko van der
Want improves the MAP32 Pacifist time by 1 second, getting 0:25.
Remember Kai's awesome built demos? Here's his newest recording, E1M4 in just 0:12.
Henning has one demo left (about a month old, sorry Henning!): MAP09 NightMare in 1:40.
I improved my MAP07 time by 1 sec, down to 0:47.
All the demos are available here.
I added Doug "Opulent" Merrill's excellent
page to the Links page.
Unfortunately our server is down since a week now. I know the cause of the trouble but it's
a bit hard to explain, anyway hopefully it'll be back in operation hopefully soon. Until then,
you can always mail your demos to me...|
The reason for this late update, is that I was waiting for our demo server to return to operation
last week, so that I can do a proper update of /incoming, but unfortunately that didn't happen.
But now here are all the newest demos we have and I hope I'll be able to clean up incoming
OK, let's begin with some DOOM2 stuff:
We have a new player, Claudio Barba (who was around for a while but didn't do any demos,
until now). Claudio debuts with two nice -fast demos, MAP18 in 3:38 and MAP21 in 3:13.
Zvonimir "FX" Buzanic also made a -fast record, this time MAP12 in 6:13.
Henning also made lots of new -fast recordings, here they are: MAP03 in 1:34, MAP05 in 2:42, MAP09 in 6:40, MAP12 in 5:36, MAP13 in 6:22, MAP14 in 2:18, MAP25 in 2:35. He also made a -respawn of MAP14 in 1:44. Can anyone beat these?
Some great DOOM2 recordings by Vincent Catalaa: MAP29 NightMare in 2:12(!), MAP12 -respawn in 3:23, MAP29 -respawn in 3:04 and MAP03 NM100S in 0:28.
Ian Sutton is here with some of his usual stylish demos: MAP05 Max in 2:19 and MAP29 -respawn in 2:56.
More running from Henning! New NightMare records, MAP02 in 0:49, MAP03 in 0:25, MAP06 in 0:56. And finally, new speedrun record of MAP13 in 1:10. (As you know, the old 1:09 record by Daniel was
with a strafe50 mousedriver, and finally I decided it should be eliminated.)
That's about it, let's continue with Ultimate DOOM:
Adam Williamson made a handful of runs for Ultimate DOOM: Pacifist/UV Speed for E3M3 in 0:26, NightMare for the same in 0:27, UV Speed for E1M9 in 0:30, Pacifist for E3M4 in 0:46, NightMare for the same in 0:47 and NightMare for E3M6 in 0:30. He also made full speedruns of Episode 3, UV Run
in 4:22 and NM Run
Ian Sutton finally broke the 2 minute barrier for E4M1 Max. His time is 1:56. He also made a 100/100 run of Episode 4, in just
I did E3M6 NightMare in 0:29,
one second faster than Adam Williamson, and E3M4 speedrun in 0:39.
We also have a healthy number of Plutonia speedruns for you:
Marijo "Sedlo" Sedlic sent some great new runs: MAP01 in 0:37, MAP02 in 0:55, MAP03 in 1:19, MAP05 in 0:32, MAP11 in 0:53 and MAP32 in 1:03.
Vincent Catalaa also has terrific demos for us (some of them already beating Sedlo's runs):
MAP02 in 0:54, MAP03
in 1:09, MAP05 in
0:30, MAP06 in
1:10, MAP21 in
0:39, and a NM demo
of MAP05 in 0:34
(which has a funny ending).
We also have some funky stuff to watch:
Steffen "Rini" Udluft made a speedrun for DOOM2 Episode 2 (maps 11-20). What's the deal?
He uses ONLY chainsaw and rocket launcher! Definately a demo to watch.
Jonathan Rimmer has a couple of interesting recordings. He built a speedrun for E1M1, which
finishes the map in 8 seconds! This is a must see, get it here 0:08. For DOOM2, he has two interesting rocket jumps,
one for MAP05 and
one for MAP21.
Get all the demos here.
Next update will have the new contest. Prepare, marines!