MAP11: dltexamp (Doomworld Mega Project 2012)

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DMP 2012 maps 11-18

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This level occupies the map slot MAP11. For other maps which occupy this slot, see Category:MAP11.
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MAP11: dltexamp is the eleventh map of Doomworld Mega Project 2012. It was designed by scorpion.

Walkthrough[edit]

Map of dltexamp
Letters in italics refer to marked spots on the map. Sector numbers in boldface are secrets which count toward the end-of-level tally.

Essentials[edit]

Other points of interest[edit]

Secrets[edit]

There are no official secrets on this map.

Bugs[edit]

Demo files[edit]

Areas / screenshots[edit]

Speedrunning[edit]

Routes and tricks[edit]

Current records[edit]

The records for the map at the Doomed Speed Demos Archive are:

Style Time Player Date File Notes
UV speed
NM speed
UV max
NM100S
UV -fast
UV -respawn
UV Tyson
UV pacifist

Miscellaneous demos[edit]

Style Time Player Date File Notes

Deathmatch[edit]

Player spawns[edit]

This level contains eight spawn points:

  1. facing south. (thing 62)
  2. facing south. (thing 63)
  3. facing east. (thing 64)
  4. facing north. (thing 65)
  5. facing north. (thing 66)
  6. facing east. (thing 67)
  7. facing south. (thing 68)
  8. facing east. (thing 69)

Statistics[edit]

Map data[edit]

Things 81
Vertices 253*
Linedefs 258
Sidedefs 384
Sectors 34
* The vertex count without the effect of node building is 214.

Things[edit]

This level contains the following numbers of things per skill level:

Technical information[edit]

Inspiration and development[edit]

The map was originally created in October of 2012 as an example to a class of Doom mapping students in China on how to create doors, lifts, and teleporters. The name 'dltexamp' stands for 'Door, Lift, and Teleporter Example'.

Trivia[edit]

It was created with a pistol start in mind, but ended up as MAP11 because maps were entered in alphabetical order of the creators' names.

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