Title: NIMBLE.WAD
Filename: levels/doom/m-o/nimble.zip
Size: 34 KB
Date: 06/16/94
Author: Myles Williams
E-mail: williams@martha.utcc.utk.edu
Description: Not my first level, but the first one that I consider playable enough to release. It's a smallish outdoor level with lots of catwalks.
Credits: the authors of DEU and BSP; Matt Fell for the Doom Specs; id Software for the mother of all action games!
Base: New level from scratch
Build time: A while. It's not like I'm getting paid for this...
Editor(s) used: DEU, BSP
Bugs: all cleverly concealed
Rating: (4 votes)
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Reviews:
Anonymous
Trivial; psychedelic design, but I hate hippies because I am a child of the generator. The level is a moderately-sized room with some walkways and some invisible steps, and there's almost nothing to it.x
Anonymous
"a smallish outdoor level with lots of catwalks" is pretty accurate; this is a kind of oil refinery, with lots of narrow pathways that must have been awful to navigate back in 1994. The textures are all over the place and look horrible, and the action is boring. If you do some straferunning, you can finish the map in about thirty seconds, without bothering to find any of the keys. Remade for Doom II as id=2216.x
Anonymous
Hey, it's not that bad. In fact, there are a lot of 1994 wads -and newer, sadly- that are much worse. I've enjoyed the combat against the lost souls, and the invisible stairs to the yellow keycard. Pretty god for a 1994 wad. - 3/5x

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