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Player Profile: ferfrancuito

Alias: ferfrancuito
Location: Monterrey, Mexico
Born: Jan '93
Homepage: Tumblr

Keyboard config:
Move Forward: W
Move Backward: S
Strafe Left: Q
Strafe Right: E
Use: Space
Fire: Left Mouse Button
Strafe On: Z
Turn left: Left arrow
Turn Right: Right arrow
Walk: Right mouse button / Up arrow

Weapons: Standard config.

Likes: Blink 182, Doom 2, music on vinyl, movies, One Piece, hanging out with friends, read mangas, spending time with the family and dogs.

Regarding Doom: My first encounter with the game was back in 2000 approx. An uncle had the first DOOM game on a Windows 98 and he let me play for some time. Then during my time in high school I saw video in YouTube of one Andrei Budko's TAS runs which really interested me in the idea of running a video game. Then I started watching multiple demos through the years and my interest kept growing. Fast forward to 2014, Zero Master came along with his impressive 30uv2303 and around that time was when I decided I wanted to give it a try, I already had a Logitech mouse for work so I bought a TT Meka keyboard and started running casually some levels during my free time. Then I finally started recording demos and created my DSDA account so I could store and share them with the Doom community. :=)

Whenever I saw a demo I was always curious to know how many times that must've taken so I made bat file to run PRBoom and also write number 1s on a file called times.txt. After I'm satisfied with the time I got on a demo I copy the 1s to an Excel file and that's how I know how many attempts it took.

cd <path to engine>
<engine exe> <parameters: complevel/wad/skill/warp/record/>
echo 1 >> times.txt #times.txt file is stored in prboom folder