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I've been busy rebuilding my site quietly here and there when I have time. Reposting years of blog entries is really tedious! But I want to retain the history of my site so I'm doing it – almost done, in fact.
I just announced Night Work Games a couple days ago, and that I'm working on a new First-Person Shooter. If you want to sign up to get late-breaking news on the game, sign up at http://nightworkgames.com.
When I complete major parts of this site, I'll be announcing it here in the blog.
The newest version of Doomsday is fantastic! You can grab it at http://dengine.net. Just click on the icon at the bottom for your operating system.
I had a problem setting up a multiplayer server, but I finally figured it out. Here’s how to do it:
1) Make a DOOM folder and put both the Doomsday Engine and Doomsday Shell in that directory
2) Copy your DOOM.WAD and DOOM2.WAD into that directory
3) Run Doomsday Engine
4) For each game you need to locate the WAD
5) Now you can select a game and click PLAY
6) Quit the game – you’re just testing and making sure it works
7) Run Doomsday Shell
8) Open the Preferences dialog
9) Check the box “Use a custom IWAD folder” and select the DOOM folder you made
10) Go to Server > New Local Server… and name it, select the game, and click Start Server
11) Run Doomsday Engine to play on this server
12) Select NEW GAME > MULTIPLAYER > JOIN GAME > Custom Server
13) You should see your game in the list. Select it and Connect to Server
You can start up multiple servers in the Doomsday Shell by just starting more New Local Servers.
I married Brenda Garno on October 27, 2012 on the Mark Twain steamboat at Disneyland, then again on November 10 at our house with a larger audience. We're both very happy and she's just amazing.
It's been a long time coming, but the decision has been made - Brenda Brathwaite (my fiancé) and Tom Hall (my good buddy) are teaming together to make an Old-School RPG that harkens back to the 80's and 90s great RPGs we all played and loved. They plan on making the game at our company, Loot Drop, Inc. located in San Bruno, CA.