|These may be some pretty shitty creations from way back in 1995 when I was merely 14 years old, but to me they bring back fond memories outside of the realm of doom itself. You know, real life, family eras and whatnot. I'm sticking these here simply for fun, and because they exist. You won't find anything state of the art even for '94 on here. It was not to my knowledge that uploading these long ago led to a /newstuff chronicles review board of any sort. My apologies ;)|
CHAMBERS OF DEATH 1 (1995)|
The first time I had attempted to make a doom level, I failed. Then I failed again. In fact, the only time that worked was the first level of this "megawad" which due to so much failure ended up the same level over and over again with different weapons, enemies, textures, and imported music. After a while I got ballsy and started adding bridges, stairways, and other nonfunctioning mishaps, but all in all the level format is the same throughout. Since it somewhat resembles the letter 'Z', everything after Chambers of Death 3 in reference to this sacred level format shall be known as ChamberZ. The second format to this level format was known as the Battlefieldz format.
CHAMBERS OF DEATH 2 (1995)|
The next in line of this series borrows from the same level format throughout all over again, this time with a lot of appendages. The music came from a 'Voyetra' collection floppy disk series that came with the sound card. Anyone who had anything good at all to say about this trilogy pointed out that the music was its best quality. Unfortunately, I didn't do much in the realm of choosing or searching the web to peruse my finds. They all just came in order from the floppy disks.
CHAMBERS OF DEATH 3 (1995)|
The last contains the most appendages. In fact, on the 'rarities' episode 4, there is an 18-level version and on the third episode, a chain of chambers having 9 chambers. A lot of the MIDI music picks actually came from the internet and not just stock cd-roms that came with the computer's sound card or the packard bell multimedia cd. These include Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Queen, amongst other classic bands. This concludes the trilogy of trash known as "Chambers of Death". Its sequel will be located here possibly someday if I don't change my mind.