Title: Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Paviljon
Filename: levels/doom/m-o/m_rohe2.zip
Size: 28 KB
Date: 09/11/94
Author: Jussi Karjalainen
E-mail: jussik@phoenix.oulu.fi
Description: Walk-through (too young to die) of replica of real place design by famous architect. If you don't know the place, you rather shoot some sergants (hurt me plenty) or some cacode- mons (ultra-violence) !!!!
Credits: to same as everybody else is giving ... and especially makers of bsp12x witch finally removed I believe all of those nasty HOMs
Base: New level from scratch (original floor plan used!)
Build time:
Editor(s) used: deu, dmgraph and dmadds AND FINALY bsp12x !!!
Bugs: none (anymore, previous was tested only by me)
Rating: (3 votes)
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Anonymous
This is an oversized recreation of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion, which was built back in 1929. It had a simple, polygonal design that suits Doom fine. The problem is that it's crap to play in; there are 59 monsters, exclusively lost souls and cacodemons, but it only takes twenty seconds to run to the exit. One star for the esoteric subject matter (what next, Fallingwater?), minus several million for the rubbish gameplay.x
Doomkid
Seems OK for deathmatch, but some textures that block movement are at the ceiling rather than floor which means abrupt halts when you dont expect it.x

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