Removal of dwango13 information
If it's not one of the original series of DWANGO wads as suggested, then it probably indeed doesn't belong here, but, it could still be documented on its own article. --Quasar (talk) 09:50, 2 December 2018 (CST)
DWANGO13 and 9
I'm not sure why you think DWANGO 13 isn't a legit official number but DWANGO 9 is. DWANGO 13 is as dated as a fanny pack with horrible map variants while DWANGO 9 has a midi rendition of a song that was only released in 2001. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Joe-ilya (talk • contribs) .
- I have restored it for now. Mass removal of information as such really is not appropriate without a modicum of discussion anyways and that was not met in this circumstance. --Quasar (talk) 21:51, 2 December 2018 (CST)
Why DWANGO13 is a legit number
It was finished in late '97 and only played privately between a group of people, but released for the public a decade later. This is what it says in its text file and the time stamp on the WAD itself. --Joe-ilya (talk) 13:45, 7 December 2018 (CST)
"Hit the Floor"
I reverted the claim that the MIDI used in DWANGO5 MAP01 etc. is based on "Energizer" by Hit the Floor. There's not really that much in common aside from the probably coincidental name and a couple of the same Euro house tropes that appear in a billion other commercial tracks from the same time period. IMO it's about as much of a reach as a lot of the debunked E1M1 "sources". --Revenant (talk) 23:31, 22 June 2020 (CDT)
Dwango13 confirmed to be a late compilation
Dwango13 was absolutely not compiled in the 90's. Dunno how I've missed it before, but it has a Greenwar.wad map inside, dating it at 2002 at the absolute earliest - though going by my gut feeling, it was probably made even quite a while after that. I can't find any evidence of it's existence whatsoever prior to 2010 and it never showed up on any servers. Just wanted to throw this here as clarification for the 4 people who care! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Doomkid (talk • contribs) .