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Posted by Kontra_Kommando on Jan 20th, 2014

The title of the project has officially been changed to Nekkropolis: Dawn of Doom. I have provide a link to a play through video, demonstrating 8 different zombies types, satanic wolves, and giant flying cockroaches. There are also appearances of previous custom enemies as well. I have implemented Sargent_Mark_IV's Universal Gore Mod Test 4. Moreover, I have used Scalliano's Former Scientist, and Former Scientists 2 packs as foundations for the 8 new zombies. I created the new sprites for the enemies, and modified the decorate files for the WAD. Further, I have decided to implement the Skulltag Minigun. The Giant Roaches are from the SNES Game EVO: The Search for Eden. I based it off of the two original sprite, and created the rest of them for the 360 perspective on the sprite sheet. I'll be sure to give full credit to each of the authors; below are the credits.

CREDITS:Level designed by Kontra KommandoCustom textures by Kontra KommandoCustom enemies by Kontra Kommando, partially based off of the work of the following modders and artists:This wad uses Sargent_Mark_IV’s Ketchup - Universal Gore Mod Test 4Zombies (Male and Female of various colors) were built using Scalliano’s Former Scientists and Former Scientists 2 WAD decorate file script as a foundation. I have replaced the textures with my own (based off of the Doom Imp and Revenant), and modified the decorate file for this wad.The Giant Flying Cockroach is based off of two individual sprites from the Super Nintendo game EVO: The Search for Eden. I had create the rest of the sprites that were needed for the rest of the 360 degree angles.The Satanic wolves are based off of the Dog sprite sheet from Wolfenstien.The Skulltag minigun was included, and downloaded from Realm667 ( Created by the Skulltag team, Uploaded by Tormentor667)

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