Title: CEILING XENOMORPH
Filename: themes/aliens/xeno.zip
Size: 105 KB
Date: 11/06/95
Author: John Diamond
E-mail: johnny@ssa.gov
Description: A new Xenomorph that runs across the ceiling for anybody out there building Aliens conversions, that replaces the Baron of Hell. There is another one I've seen that does the ceiling thing, but that one is kind of lame and doesn't have very good action at all. This guy was made from a regular ground dwelling dude from one of the other patches and redrawn a bit for life running across the ceiling. I had to squish him up a bit and redraw some of the tails and arms and stuff, and do a little rearranging of the pictures to give it a realistic crawling motion, with a violent, tail whipping, teeth gnashing attitude, but the final result was well worth it;}
Credits: id for making DOOM and DOOMII, anybody who has done Aliens conversions (they rule!) and whomever made the original xenomorph sprites which I modified. Anybody who made any of the editing tools I have used(Deutex, Dehacked, DETH)
Base: Xenomorph from AliensDoom 2.0
Build time:
Editor(s) used: DETH 2.67, Corel Photopaint, Deutex, DeHackEd
Bugs: NONE.
Rating: (3 votes)
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Anonymous
It's none too impressive ten years ago. Basically it's a poorly-drawn cockroach with very little detail that scuttles along the ceiling (and wouldn't work very well in outdoors areas). Also, it couldn't have been too hard to credit "whomever made the original xenomorph sprites which I modified".x
Anonymous
.. "ten years later" I meant to say. I can't find anything on the internet about John Diamond's band, Grievence, or their CD. Perhaps they got married and split up, or changed the name to Grievance or something.x

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