Don't Be A Bitch Remastered

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Don't Be A Bitch Remastered
Title screen
Authors The Mechanix Union
Port ZDoom
IWAD Doom II
Year 2015
Link Doomworld/idgames
Cacoward.png This mod received one of the 2015 Cacowards on Doomworld in the Multiplayer category!

Don't be a Bitch Remastered, also known as DBAB, is a PK3 file for the Last Man Standing and deathmatch game modes, released on August 17, 2015 for Zandronum. It is meant to be run with Eon Weapons, as deathmatch uses new weapons. The project started as a collection of around 10 map episodes, which was released in the end as DBAB3, on March 27, 2015. Afterward, the project was remastered for a better deathmatch experience, with a map reordering and other fixes. The maps use advanced port features such as 3D floors, ACS scripts, and the PK3 structure instead of the WAD format. The projected started as a joint collaboration between the Mechanix Union and Cube. The mod was a Cacowards 2015 winner in the multiplayer category.

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Levels for the WAD were made by:

Levels[edit]

Map name Author(s) Music
DBAB01: Fade Decay Custom track by Jdagenet
DBAB02: Azazel's Unholy Roast Dusk "Vinefort" by James Paddock (from Back to Saturn X)
DBAB03: Stay Alive Razgriz, Combinebobnt "Fire Field (F-Zero X Arrangement)" by King Meteor (a MIDI remix of "Fire Field" from F-Zero)
DBAB04: Corridor Corral Keo MIDI version of "Palace of Destruction" from Ys: The Vanished Omens
DBAB05: Mighty Sweep Razgriz, Dusk MIDI version of the Battletoads/Double Dragon level 7 music, sequenced by Robert "Horn" Hansson
DBAB06: Complexed Doom Combinebobnt, Ru5tK1ng "Nothing to Brag About" by Mark Klem (from GothicDM 2)
DBAB07: Eve Razgriz, Decay "Port Town (Twilight Echo Mix)" (a MIDI version of "Port Town" from F-Zero)
DBAB08: Take Two Ru5tK1ng MIDI version of the Battletoads/Double Dragon level 1 music, sequenced by Robert "Horn" Hansson
DBAB09: Complex Omega Decay "Meta Crystal (Super Smash Bros. Brawl arrangement)" by King Meteor (a MIDI remix of "Meta Crystal" from Super Smash Bros.)
DBAB10: Chaotic Field Razgriz, Ru5tK1ng "Obsessive" by André Krüger
DBAB11: Desperate Run Razgriz, Ru5tK1ng Unknown†
DBAB12: Hyberbaric Jdagenet "Hyberbaric" (likely a custom track)
DBAB13: L'Hospital's Rule Argentum "Under Death" by Mark Klem (from Requiem)
DBAB14: Lunar Base Ru5tK1ng MIDI version of the Mobile Suit Gundam F91: Formula Wars 0122 "Act 12" music, sequenced by nZero/Prion
DBAB15: Fat Smile Sanctuary Combinebobnt MIDI version of "Potter's Field" by Anthrax
DBAB16: Clientside Orbiter Argentum Custom track by Jdagenet
DBAB17: Anubis Machine Dusk "Gateways to Babylon"/"Egypt Mystery" by Frank Wenner
DBAB18: Overclocked Machinapolis Dusk Sewer level theme from Hover!, composed by Stan LePard
DBAB19: Prosopopoeia Grymmoire "Conductor" by Jimmy Paddock (from Back to Saturn X)
DBAB20: Operation Metal Extraction Decay MIDI version of "Volkmire's Inferno" from Battletoads, sequenced by Teck
DBAB21: Paranormal Digg Site HeavenWraith Custom track by HeavenWraith
DBAB22: Spirit Temple Decay "Relics" by James Paddock (from Reverie)
DBAB23: The Murder of Lord Unfinisher HeavenWraith Custom track by HeavenWraith
DBAB24: Final Liberation Ivan "Fast" from Strife, composed by Morey Goldstein
DBAB25: Beyond Omega Decay "Dreamfly" by minomus and JCM
DBAB26: Nightfall of Premonition Ru5tK1ng MIDI version of "Bloody Tears" from Castlevania: Dracula X, sequenced by Sephiroth3
DBAB27: Forage Mobius "The Acid Master" by Matty "OvErAciD" D.
DBAB28: High Voltage Grymmoire MIDI version of "Descent into Cerberon" from Quake II, sequenced by Jay Reichard
DBAB29: Reborn Mechanics Razgriz, Decay MAP07 music from The ZODIAC Deathmatch, 2nd edition, composed by Marc "Milian" Rüther
Dance floor easter egg: "Sick on Monday" by Elwood
DBAB30: Captive Satellite Argentum "Into the shadow" by Elwood
DBAB31: Surrender to Ivan Ivan E2M1 music from Heretic, composed by Kevin Schilder
DBAB32: Azure Agony Ivan "Amazonas" by Skaven
DBAB33: Within the Sea of Solaris Argentum "Neutral Zone" by Elwood
Title screen music Modified version of un31.mid from the unused Doom MIDIs by Bobby Prince
Intermission screen music MIDI version of "2 Player Results" from Sonic the Hedgehog 2
† Misnamed as "Under Death" in the WAD credits.

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