Doom 90’s Levels Archive

I have just copied thousands of levels and most of their accompanying text files from 30+ doom level cd-roms I have downloaded from internet archive.org or owned, which are also available on my megasite for classic doom. This levels archive is PURE 90’s untouched from the original cds and never added to. I’ve also added Doomworld’s first top 50 of their original top 100 which ends in 2004, cutting them off at 1999.

In other news, since we are moving, there won’t be much updating for a month or so. Everything is being backed up after this treat of 90’s levels to DVD-R’s DVD-RW’s and some Dual Layered DVDs for safekeeping during the move and for archiving afterwords. In the meantime, Project NEXT mentioned in the last post, and the final touches on setting up my raspberry pi microconsoles for a few friends and a co-worker. I’ll be enjoying my offdays for a while without working on them. I’ll also be sleeping on schedule and enjoying my 2-3 hours at home awake instead of working at home for hobby’s sake for a while. Enjoy what’s here. It’s about to be added to and finished before December 2020 I hope. With all that I have planned, it has a LONG way to go.

Return To Go

Welcome to my new website, officially #56 since 2000. I am very pleased with the final design and my wife contributed many of the art pieces for me to use on it. For this reason, I am finally done with the part where I don’t know exactly what all to put on it and redo it over and over again. This time I will just add whatever I want because the most important few parts are already being worked on or finished. There are many things ready to be added such as the return of Muzakfiend’s Asylum and Zephyr’s Game Riot in full final forms. I will also have a forum system again for music and games to work with both previously mentioned sub-websites. The Book of Noise CD collective is out in physical format for release, and almost all of the albums are on all streaming services for free. You can snag digital copies of individual albums on bandcamp. That’s pretty much all I have to say in this primitive news entry. More to come.