Memento Mori

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1996
  1. Memento Mori
  2. Memento Mori 2
  3. Dystopia 3
  4. All Hell is Breaking Loose
  5. AOD-DOOM
  6. Icarus: Alien Vanguard
  7. Polygon Base
  8. 99 Ways to Die
  9. Trooper's Playground
  10. Hidden Mountain Factory
1994 - 1995 - 1996 - 1997 - 1998
1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003

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Memento Mori is a 1995 megawad that contains 32 new levels, designed by two members of the Innocent Crew, Denis and Thomas Möller, along with 19 other authors, including Tom Mustaine and both Dario and Milo Casali. In contrast to most megawads, it is designed especially for cooperative multiplayer gameplay, although it can be played in single-player as well. It is also one of the few PWADs that are allowed to be used in Compet-N speedruns. The soundtrack was composed by Mark Klem, who also designed one level and co-designed another. The phrase Memento Mori is Latin, and translated it reads, "Remember that you will die."

A sequel, Memento Mori II, was developed and released a year later.

Content[edit]

Levels[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • MAP01: "Hidden Anger" by Mark Klem
  • MAP02: "Dreadnaught" by Mark Klem
  • MAP03: "DLA" by Mark Klem
  • MAP04: "Scary 1" by Mark Klem
  • MAP05: "Galaxy" by Mark Klem
  • MAP06: "Terror" by Mark Klem
  • MAP07: "Night Bats" by Mark Klem
  • MAP08: unnamed track by Mark Klem
  • MAP09: "Slipper" by Mark Klem
  • MAP10: "The Wind" by Mark Klem
  • MAP11: "Mummy Rags" by Mark Klem
  • MAP12: "Scary 2" by Mark Klem
  • MAP13: unnamed track by Mark Klem
  • MAP14: "Gerbert" by Mark Klem
  • MAP15: "Triangle of Fear" by Mark Klem
  • MAP16: "Galaxy" by Mark Klem
  • MAP17: "Dreadnaught" by Mark Klem
  • MAP18: "Hidden Anger" by Mark Klem
  • MAP19: "Night Bats" by Mark Klem
  • MAP20: "Terror" by Mark Klem
  • MAP21: "Mummy Rags" by Mark Klem
  • MAP22: "Triangle of Fear" by Mark Klem
  • MAP23: "Scary 2" by Mark Klem
  • MAP24: "The Wind" by Mark Klem
  • MAP25: "Slipper" by Mark Klem
  • MAP26: "Scary 1" by Mark Klem
  • MAP27: "DLA" by Mark Klem
  • MAP28: "Dreadnaught" by Mark Klem
  • MAP29: "Hidden Anger" by Mark Klem
  • MAP30: "Terror" by Mark Klem
  • MAP31: "Slipper" by Mark Klem
  • MAP32: "The Wind" by Mark Klem
The main menu brought up at the beginning of MAP01: The Teleporter, showing the Memento Mori logo. Unusually, the megawad does not have a title screen.

Speedrunning[edit]

Current records[edit]

The Compet-N episode records for Memento Mori are:

Run Time Player Date File Notes
UV Episode, MAP01-MAP10 20:13 Drew "stx-Vile" DeVore 2002-02-23 2013mm01.zip
UV Episode, MAP11-MAP20 26:24 Drew "stx-Vile" DeVore 2002-02-26 2624mm11.zip
UV Episode, MAP21-MAP30 31:11 Drew "stx-Vile" DeVore 2002-03-03 3111mm21.zip
UV Run 83:56 Drew "stx-Vile" DeVore 2002-03-07 30mm8356.zip
NM Episode, MAP01-MAP10
NM Episode, MAP11-MAP20
NM Episode, MAP21-MAP30
NM Run
UV Max Episode, MAP01-MAP10 52:26 Tomas "DeDo" Kollar 2004-04-21 5226mm01.zip
UV Max Episode, MAP11-MAP20
UV Max Episode, MAP21-MAP30
UV Max Run
NS Episode, MAP01-MAP10
NS Episode, MAP11-MAP20
NS Episode, MAP21-MAP30
NS Run
UV -fast Episode, MAP01-MAP10
UV -fast Episode, MAP11-MAP20
UV -fast Episode, MAP21-MAP30
UV -fast Run

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