Memento Mori II

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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 II is a 1996 megawad that contains 32 new levels, plus 2 top-secret levels that are not contained in the .WAD file itself (see Top-secret levels). It is the sequel to the 1995 megawad Memento Mori, with many of the same designers involved, including Denis and Thomas Möller of the Innocent Crew. Like its predecessor, and 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 Memento Mori II soundtrack was created by Mark Klem and David "Tolwyn" Shaw, who also released remastered versions of the tracks on the original version of MP3.com in 1999. The remastered songs can now be downloaded from Shaw's website, Tolwyn.com.

In addition to the standard set of thirty-two levels, there are two additional "outtake" levels that were designed for this megawad but are not contained in the main .WAD file. They are located inside the Memento Mori II infopack as the file MM2INFO.DAT, which ordinarily contains the details and graphics required by the Infopack's executable. When renamed to MM2INFO.WAD and loaded alongside the rest of the megawad's files, the two top-secret levels will be loaded into the game for play, replacing MAP01: Outpost and MAP02: The Feeding Pit.

Contents

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[edit] Levels

[edit] Top-secret levels

[edit] Soundtrack

  • MAP01: "Avalanche" by Mark Klem (3:01)
  • MAP02: "Into The Fray" by David Shaw (3:02)
  • MAP03: "Give In (With Pleasure)" by Mark Klem (5:11)
  • MAP04: "Interphaze" by David Shaw (3:09)
  • MAP05: "Anchor" by Mark Klem (2:33)
  • MAP06: "Peaceful Altercation" by David Shaw (3:02)
  • MAP07: "Midnight Call" by Mark Klem (7:07)
  • MAP08: "Unsteady Ground" by David Shaw (3:53)
  • MAP09: "Disposition" by Mark Klem (5:39)
  • MAP10: "Backroad Wanderer" by David Shaw (3:54)
  • MAP11: "Tempter" by Mark Klem (3:58)
  • MAP12: "System Shock" by David Shaw (3:28)
  • MAP13: "Damage Assessment" by Mark Klem (5:34)
  • MAP14: "The Maw Awaits" by David Shaw (3:27)
  • MAP15: "Frivolous Encounter" by Mark Klem (4:23)
  • MAP16: "Outstretch of Sin" by David Shaw (5:29)
  • MAP17: "Organic Gods" by Mark Klem (7:45)
  • MAP18: "Fear's Falter" by David Shaw (2:23)
  • MAP19: "Nothing So Cruel" by Mark Klem (3:58)
  • MAP20: "Sacrifice" by David Shaw (2:58)
  • MAP21: "Dredge" by Mark Klem (5:54)
  • MAP22: "And Blood Will Spill" by David Shaw (2:46)
  • MAP23: "Mirage" by Mark Klem (4:47)
  • MAP24: "GloomKeep" by David Shaw (4:45)
  • MAP25: "Time Runner" by Mark Klem (4:42)
  • MAP26: "Anger's Reprise" by David Shaw (3:58)
  • MAP27: "Shadows of the Dead" by Mark Klem (5:37)
  • MAP28: "Circle of Fire" by David Shaw (3:12)
  • MAP29: "Junkie Smack" by Mark Klem (4:18)
  • MAP30: "Dance of the Sugarplum Lunatic" by Mark Klem (4:18)
  • MAP31: "Bavor the Mad" by Mark Klem (1:59)
  • MAP32: "Mizshunn Impassable" by David Shaw (5:26)
The title screen.
The credits screen.
The main menu brought up at the beginning of MAP01: Outpost, showing the Memento Mori II logo and the megawad's custom status bar.

[edit] Speedrunning

[edit] Current records

There are currently no Compet-N episode records for Memento Mori II.

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