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'''Whispers of Satan''' is a [[Doom II]] [[megawad]] that requires a [[Boom]]-compatible [[source port]] created by [[Paul Corfiatis]] and [[Kristian Aro]] which was released on September 15, 2009. In a personal meeting in August 2005, Kristian decided once Death Tormention 3 was complete that he and Paul were to make a complete 32 level megawad for Doom II, plus a few [[ZDoom]] specific secret levels and work began on the project in October 2006 with Paul completing the project's first level, MAP12: Blood Station. The story is set in the distant future but similar to the original Doom II, with the player starting on Earth and progressing into the depths of hell. Whispers of Satan also contains original music composed by both Paul and Kristian. With the modern Source ports of today, the levels themselves in Whispers of Satan will have superior detail compared to the original Doom II.
 
'''Whispers of Satan''' is a [[Doom II]] [[megawad]] that requires a [[Boom]]-compatible [[source port]] created by [[Paul Corfiatis]] and [[Kristian Aro]] which was released on September 15, 2009. In a personal meeting in August 2005, Kristian decided once Death Tormention 3 was complete that he and Paul were to make a complete 32 level megawad for Doom II, plus a few [[ZDoom]] specific secret levels and work began on the project in October 2006 with Paul completing the project's first level, MAP12: Blood Station. The story is set in the distant future but similar to the original Doom II, with the player starting on Earth and progressing into the depths of hell. Whispers of Satan also contains original music composed by both Paul and Kristian. With the modern Source ports of today, the levels themselves in Whispers of Satan will have superior detail compared to the original Doom II.
   
 
Both authors have stated that this will likely be their final contributions in the Doom Community.
 
Both authors have stated that this will likely be their final contributions in the Doom Community.
 
 
   
 
== Levels ==
 
== Levels ==
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== Soundtrack ==
 
== Soundtrack ==
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* [[MAP01: Sintlabs (Whispers of Satan)|MAP01]]: "New Horizon" by [[Paul Corfiatis]] (2:40)
 
* [[MAP01: Sintlabs (Whispers of Satan)|MAP01]]: "New Horizon" by [[Paul Corfiatis]] (2:40)
 
* [[MAP02: The Sink (Whispers of Satan)|MAP02]]: "Gun Fighter" by Paul Corfiatis (3:12)
 
* [[MAP02: The Sink (Whispers of Satan)|MAP02]]: "Gun Fighter" by Paul Corfiatis (3:12)
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* [http://www.geocities.com/whispersofsatan/ WHISPERS OF SATAN HOMEPAGE] (until October 26, 2009)
 
* [http://www.geocities.com/whispersofsatan/ WHISPERS OF SATAN HOMEPAGE] (until October 26, 2009)
 
* {{idgames|id=15857|title=Whispers of Satan}}
 
* {{idgames|id=15857|title=Whispers of Satan}}
 
 
[[Category:Megawads]]
 
[[Category:Megawads]]
 
[[Category:2009 WADs]]
 
[[Category:2009 WADs]]

Revision as of 20:56, December 28, 2009

Whispers of Satan is a Doom II megawad that requires a Boom-compatible source port created by Paul Corfiatis and Kristian Aro which was released on September 15, 2009. In a personal meeting in August 2005, Kristian decided once Death Tormention 3 was complete that he and Paul were to make a complete 32 level megawad for Doom II, plus a few ZDoom specific secret levels and work began on the project in October 2006 with Paul completing the project's first level, MAP12: Blood Station. The story is set in the distant future but similar to the original Doom II, with the player starting on Earth and progressing into the depths of hell. Whispers of Satan also contains original music composed by both Paul and Kristian. With the modern Source ports of today, the levels themselves in Whispers of Satan will have superior detail compared to the original Doom II.

Both authors have stated that this will likely be their final contributions in the Doom Community.

Levels

Earthbase maps

Brick maps

Plutonia-esque maps

Plutonia/Hexen maps

Hell maps

Secret Maps

Super Secret Maps (ZDoom only)

Soundtrack

  • MAP01: "New Horizon" by Paul Corfiatis (2:40)
  • MAP02: "Gun Fighter" by Paul Corfiatis (3:12)
  • MAP03: "Base Stalker" by Paul Corfiatis (1:28)
  • MAP04: "Phear No More" by Paul Corfiatis (3:18)
  • MAP05: "Rock and Load" by Paul Corfiatis (2:19)
  • MAP06: "Into The Darkness" by Paul Corfiatis (3:09)
  • MAP07: "Industrial Impact" by Paul Corfiatis (2:24)
  • MAP08: "Europian Solo" by Paul Corfiatis (3:50)
  • MAP09: "Max it Out" by Paul Corfiatis (4:05)
  • MAP10: "Plessure" by Paul Corfiatis (3:30)
  • MAP11: "Mindgroove" by Kristian Aro (5:47)
  • MAP12: "Running Blood" by Paul Corfiatis (3:03)
  • MAP13: "Devil French" by Paul Corfiatis (4:55)
  • MAP14: "Dreamtime Cut" by Kristian Aro (6:47)
  • MAP15: "Viola Villa" by Paul Corfiatis (3:08)
  • MAP16: "Nebula's Keep" by Paul Corfiatis (3:12)
  • MAP17: "Ultra Creepy" by Paul Corfiatis (3:31)
  • MAP18: "Frozen Mysteries" by Paul Corfiatis (3:49)
  • MAP19: "Untitled" by Kristian Aro (4:44)
  • MAP20: "Churmen (A Simply Phobos E1M5 remix)" by Paul Corfiatis (2:21)
  • MAP21: "Rising Heat" by Paul Corfiatis (2:33)
  • MAP22: "The Demons from Shawn's Pen remix" by Kristian Aro (4:44)
  • MAP23: "Spooky" by Paul Corfiatis (4:39)
  • MAP24: "Rock Wars" by Paul Corfiatis (3:50)
  • MAP25: "Crystaline" by Paul Corfiatis (5:29)
  • MAP26: "Orgolia" by Paul Corfiatis (3:39)
  • MAP27: "Cryonic Dreams" by Kristian Aro (10:22)
  • MAP28: "Last Man Standing (Sacraficial Symphony)" by Kristian Aro (8:16)
  • MAP29: "The Secrets of Hell" by Paul Corfiatis (4:50)
  • MAP30: "Fear of Death" by Paul Corfiatis (5:16)

Secret maps:

  • MAP31: "Space Wars II" by Paul Corfiatis (4:02)
  • MAP32: "Evil Incarnate (Remix)" by Paul Corfiatis (2:38)
  • MAP33: "Running from Evil (techno remix)" by Paul Corfiatis (3:50)
  • MAP34: "NES Batman Stage 3 (lower pitch remix)" by Paul Corfiatis (2:08)
  • MAP35: "Secrets" by Paul Corfiatis (0:00)

Title/intermission screens:

  • Title music: By Paul Corfiatis (0:10)
  • Intermission music: By Paul Corfiatis (1:05)
  • Victory music: By Paul Corfiatis (3:22)

External links

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