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* MAP01: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|Cult (Apocalyptica album)#Track_listing|Pray!}}" by {{wp|Apocalyptica (band)|Apocalyptica}}
 
* MAP02: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|21st Century Schizoid Man}}" by {{wp|King Crimson}}
 
* MAP02: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|21st Century Schizoid Man}}" by {{wp|King Crimson}}
 
* MAP03: ?
 
* MAP03: ?
 
* MAP04: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|We Die Young}}" by {{wp|Alice in Chains}}
 
* MAP04: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|We Die Young}}" by {{wp|Alice in Chains}}
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* MAP05: MIDI rendition by Gecko Yamori of "Jungle Battle" by Kazuki Muraoka ''(from {{wp|Contra_(video_game)|Contra}})''
 
* MAP06: "[[Doom music|Kitchen Ace (and Taking Names)]]" by [[Robert Prince]] ''(from [[Doom]])''
 
* MAP06: "[[Doom music|Kitchen Ace (and Taking Names)]]" by [[Robert Prince]] ''(from [[Doom]])''
 
* MAP07: "[[Doom II music|Into Sandy's City]]" by Robert Prince ''(from [[Doom II]])''
 
* MAP07: "[[Doom II music|Into Sandy's City]]" by Robert Prince ''(from [[Doom II]])''
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* MAP09: MIDI rendition of "Stage theme" by {{wp|Koji Kondo}} ''(from {{wp|Kung-Fu Master}})''
 
* MAP09: MIDI rendition of "Stage theme" by {{wp|Koji Kondo}} ''(from {{wp|Kung-Fu Master}})''
 
* MAP10: ?
 
* MAP10: ?
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* MAP11: "Wutzit" by [[Kevin Schilder]] ''(from [[Hexen music|Hexen]])''
 
* MAP12: "Shawn's Got the Shotgun" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP12: "Shawn's Got the Shotgun" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP13: ?
 
* MAP13: ?
 
* MAP14: "Message for the Archvile" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP14: "Message for the Archvile" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
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* MAP15: "Void" by Kevin Schilder ''(from Hexen)''
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* MAP16: "Rithm" by Kevin Schilder ''(from Hexen)''
 
* MAP17: "Between Levels" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP17: "Between Levels" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP18: "In the Dark" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
 
* MAP18: "In the Dark" by Robert Prince ''(from Doom II)''
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* MAP19: MIDI rendition by Don O'Breslin (Teck) of "Morph Moth Stage" by Yuki Iwai ''(from {{wp|Mega Man X2}})''
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* MAP20: "Octo" by Kevin Schilder ''(from Hexen)''
 
* MAP21: MIDI rendition of "My Spirit Will Go On" by {{wp|DragonForce}}
 
* MAP21: MIDI rendition of "My Spirit Will Go On" by {{wp|DragonForce}}
 
* MAP22: MIDI rendition of "Marble Corridor" by Soshiro Hokkai ''(from {{wp|Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance|Harmony of Dissonance}})''
 
* MAP22: MIDI rendition of "Marble Corridor" by Soshiro Hokkai ''(from {{wp|Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance|Harmony of Dissonance}})''
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* MAP23: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|Apocalyptica (album)#Track listing|Ruska}}" by Apocalyptica
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* MAP24: MIDI rendition by Zero Beats of Shaolin Elder Gods stage theme from {{wp|Mortal Kombat 4}}
 
* MAP25: MIDI rendition of the final boss theme from {{wp|Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards}}
 
* MAP25: MIDI rendition of the final boss theme from {{wp|Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards}}
 
* MAP26: [[Unused Doom music|un18.mid]] by Robert Prince
 
* MAP26: [[Unused Doom music|un18.mid]] by Robert Prince
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* MAP27: MIDI rendition of "Requiem for the Gods" by {{wp|Michiru Yamane}} ''(from {{wp|Castlevania: Symphony of the Night}})''
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* MAP28: Orchestrated MIDI rendition of "Koopa No. 3" by {{wp|Koji Kondo}} ''(from {{wp|Super Mario 64}})''
 
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* MAP30: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|Apocalyptica (album)#Track listing|Betrayal}}" by Apocalyptica
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* MAP31: "Crypt" by Kevin Schilder ''(from Hexen)''
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* MAP32: MIDI rendition of "{{wp|Fire (Arthur Brown song)|Fire}}" by {{wp|The Crazy World of Arthur Brown}}
  
 
* [[Title screen]]: MIDI rendition of "Scène de Ballet, Op. 100" by {{wp|Charles Auguste de Bériot}}
 
* [[Title screen]]: MIDI rendition of "Scène de Ballet, Op. 100" by {{wp|Charles Auguste de Bériot}}

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32in24-5
Title screen
Authors Various (YEDS)
Port Boom-compatible
IWAD Doom II
Year 2007
Link Doomworld/idgames

32in24-5 is the fifth edition of the 32in24 series of PWADs. It was the first 32in24 for FFA deathmatch since the very first edition. As with previous sessions, the project was hosted by Shaikoten, with the session taking place on 15 September, 2007.

As Shaikoten felt 32in24 could produce better looking work, but did not like detailing maps himself, this WAD featured a change in rules from previous sessions. Instead of 32 maps being completely made within the 24 hours, the new rules specified that a mapper must create their entire layout within 24 hours, and then it would be passed on to secondary mappers to do detailing over the next couple of days, using a texture WAD compiled by Sarah Mancuso (esselfortium). This way of organising the project evolved over future sessions, and ultimately the original method of doing everything in a single day has not been used since 32in24-10.

35 maps were submitted to the project, with the three weakest submissions being cut to bring the total down to 32. The WAD was compiled by Mancuso and DD_133, and was uploaded to the /idgames archive on 4 October, 2007. The new approach of polishing the maps after the session paid off, as not only did 32in24-5 receive positive reviews consistent with most of its predecessors, but it also won the Best Multiplayer WAD award at the 14th Annual Cacowards, beating the other four editions, amongst others.

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