Add addon Fog Effects
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Fog_Effects.2.zip
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saegiru
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This is a standalone version of my Fog Effects mod. You can customize color, density, and even have a random fog effect for every level! Options are located in the Gameplay Options menu. This overrides any other sector effects, so if your map uses special effects, disable it in the menu before you start!

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saegiru Author
saegiru

Quick update, had to fix the menu weirdness on Pre-2.2 GZDoom.

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renkoha28
renkoha28

long time no see man, nice to see another cool project from you again, i'm gonna try it right now, i'm sure its gonna be awesome to fight in the middle of all that fog, although i know i'll have to run for my life many times when i use this, if i survive the ambush i mean XD, by the way did you read my comments in uac survival pack section?

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Randomguy7
Randomguy7

is this to emulate software fog under opengl??

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Onox792
Onox792

Thanks, very useful. It gives another whole experience for every level.

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renkoha28
renkoha28

hi man i tried this thing with many wads and i have to say that playing with this is the same as playing one level above chosen difficulty, is very nice in red and gray, but there are other colors that could be used without being too weird, however there is something i notice in options when using this, the thing is that as weapon wheel addon, this thing has its options in gameplay section so if i load them together, they both work with no issues, however i can only see the options of that i load the latter, i think one is overwriting the other, could you check that out?

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saegiru Author
saegiru

Yeah, if the wheel addon uses gameplay menu, the one loaded last takes preference. Not much can be done aside from changing one of them. Feel free to edit one of them and add combine it if you want. It's MENUDEF.

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FPSNation
FPSNation

This is great! Really reminds me of when I used to play the original Doom shareware when I was four, and I could have sworn I saw white fog on Knee Deep in the Dead. Thanks to this, my nostalgia's overflowing! :D

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EddyRaptor
EddyRaptor

Interesting, this with doom psx soundtrack will be awe-so-me

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Skrell
Skrell

I'm not sure what i'm doing wrong but it isn't having any effect for me... Do i need a certain version of gzdoom ?

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renkoha28
renkoha28

not that i know, i have gzdoom 1.9.1 and works like a charm, what i did was get to gameplay and set it to active before starting a new game, otherwise it won't work, don't set the density too high or you won't see a thing, but in order to not suffer too much from this use a health bar addon that helps a lot

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renkoha28
renkoha28

hi man, something curious i noticed when using this is that fog also appears at menu background when active, i don't know if is intentional but looks good on it, is a nice touch if is set to be thin, if is too dense it looks king of funny

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saegiru Author
saegiru

That's semi-intentional... It's because I didn't specifically tell it not to load if it's an intro map... but I think I'll leave it as is so it reminds people that the fog is turned on. :)

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renkoha28
renkoha28

yeah i agree with that, plus it gives kind of more presence to main menu

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renkoha28
renkoha28

hi man i just updated my gzdoom version to 2.2.0 official release and i have a weird problem when using new gzdoom with this, for different reasons some surfaces turn totally black and in some cases all surfaces letting almost blind, however i have no issues with 1.9.1, could you check if is me or gzdoom?

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Fady117
Fady117

I downloaded this yesterday, I got the options in the menu, but no fog effect or anything was visible in-game. I even set the density to max, and nothing. I don't have any special effects installed, I have only texture packs, sound packs, and 2-3 new weapons. I also have display options set to high, rendering to high, etc. Not sure what the problem is, any help would be appreciated.

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Guest
Guest

Please, someone update this fog effect, to be compatible with the new gzdoom 2.2+!

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saegiru Author
saegiru

Not sure what issues you're having? It seems to work on the current 3.0 GZDoom fine.

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ni1chigo2115
ni1chigo2115

Mod is not working on gzdoom 3.0 and higher.

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Mengo92
Mengo92

Looks absolutely great! The random fog is a really cool idea and it honestly gives areas this strange, dreamlike quality, especially in dark areas.

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swc132994
swc132994

Thanks for this mod, I now use this in every Doom game I play.

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