Cutstuff first started as gothic.34sp but eventually was given it's own domain name in early 2008. It first started as a basic page for CutmanMike to host and display his creations (mainly Doom WADs). Eventually it turned into a blog. After the release of Ghouls vs Humans, a forum was started and a small community was born. After the announcement and release of MM8BDM, the community grew tremendously.
After struggling to keep bandwidth under his 25gb limit, CutmanMike was forced to move to a VPS server with 1.5TB of bandwidth. Because of the costly move, he has started taking donations to help pay for the cost of it's huge amount of viewers.
Megaman 8-Bit Deathmatch
- Main Article: About MM8BDM
Mega Man 8-Bit Deathmatch, or MM8BDM is a total conversion for Skulltag created by CutmanMike and the Cutstuff community. MM8BDM completely changes Skulltag to look, act, and feel like the 8-bit Mega Man games, but in a Doom environment.
Ghouls vs. Humans Ghouls vs Humans is a team deathmatch/team LMS themed WAD starring the cast from The Ghoul's Forest 3. The idea of the wad is that there are two teams which have different classes. The human side gets the Marine, Hunter and Cyborg while the ghouls get Sjas, Creeper and Jitterskull. Instead of finding weapons and health around the arena, the classes only have the weapons and powers they start with as no items are spawned in the map.
From the day of its beta release, GVH received mixed opinions. It was mostly praised for its frantic gameplay, influence of team work and unique classes. Others felt the gameplay was unbalanced and the maps were not cut out for the style of play intended. Despite this, GVH has been played almost every single day for just under a year since its 31/10/08 public beta release.
Ghouls vs Humans received one of the 16th Annual Cacowards.