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Hadephobia is a 2013 megawad for Boom-compatible source ports. It was started in 2010 by Chris Bourke (purist) under the name "Progressive Fiction," in which the levels would follow a continuous storyline written by the designers, and each of them would begin where the previous map left off. The map set was a runner-up at the 20th Annual Cacowards.
1. ^ Listed in credits.txt as "Royal Flush" by whitedamp, which is not played in-game and cannot be found inside the WAD. The TNT track is a placeholder track which was accidentally included because Chris Bourke (purist) had mixed it up with "Royal Flush" during compilation. The original music file can be downloaded separately from Xaser's site.
|DEMO1||MAP03: The Stench of Freedom||4||5790||2:45.43|
|DEMO2||MAP05: Rumex Crispus||4||5850||2:47.14|
|DEMO3||MAP15: Septic Underbelly||4||4043||1:55.51|
|DEMO4||MAP28: Teleportation Center||4||4961||2:21.74|
- purist: I have to hold my hand up here and say I screwed up with the [MAP31] music. The TNT track . . . was a placeholder and whitedamp made an original track to replace it. Problem was, not knowing TNT music well, I didn't know which was which and the wrong one ended up in the .wad. ( . Retrieved on November 9, 2013.)
- purist: Meanwhile, for Hadephobia completists (if such a tragic creature exists) The Green Herring and Xaser have tracked down Whitedamp's cool midi for MAP31: Royal Flush, which should have taken the place of the TNT track that is instead currently in that slot. ( Retrieved on June 28, 2015.)
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