32in24-11: Occupy Doomworld

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32in24-11: Occupy Doomworld
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Author Various (YEDS)
Port Boom-compatible
IWAD Doom II
Year 2011
Link Doomworld/idgames
Cacoward.png This mod received one of the 18th Annual Cacowards on Doomworld in the multiplayer category!

32in24-11: Occupy Doomworld is the eleventh edition of the 32in24 series of PWADs, where a 24-hour mapping session is held with the aim of creating 32 multiplayer maps. As with the previous edition, the maps were for the FFA deathmatch mode.

The session took place on 22 October, 2011, about a year after the tenth session, and mappers were allowed to use the Community Chest 4 resource WAD. While the project started out with the initial approach of the series by doing the layout and detailing of the maps within the first 24 hours, a week was spent on playtesting afterwards, including the Odamex Nitro session for that week. Once that week was over, mappers were given the opportunity to polish their maps based on feedback, an approach that has become the standard for all 32in24 sessions since.

45 maps were submitted to the project, all of which were included in the final release. Eric Baker (The Green Herring) once again compiled the WAD, and it was uploaded to the /idgames archive on 4 November, 2011. It has received very positive reviews, and was named Best Multiplayer WAD at the 18th Annual Cacowards.

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