Title: Queen of the DoomWeb a Study in Plasma
Filename: levels/doom/p-r/queen.zip
Size: 72 KB
Date: 08/15/94
Author: Bob "Da Sloth" Bingham
E-mail: sloth@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
Description: As you stride down to the burning city of Hell On Earth you note a baron reading a sign. The baron appears rather annoyed at the weathered sign reading "Under Construction - please come back in October." The baron gives one final scream and heads for a rock outcropping. You follow - and find yourself teleported along with the baron back to his queen's layer (nix your armor and all weapons but your pistol)!
Credits: All those folks out there who've volunteered their time to make Doom a better game. A special thanks also to my brother for letting me use his 486/50 to make this thing. Doom doesn't run so good on my old Atari ST or 286/12.
Base: New level from scratch
Build time:
Editor(s) used: DEU 5.21gcc, BSP11x
Bugs: Some of the outer hex's textures don't line up so well but still look decent. There's one room where you have to jump to a teleporter that sometimes doesn't work. (Had to take two runs at it in the 1.2 demo, for instance.)
Rating: (4 votes)
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Reviews:
Anonymous
It has octagonal shaped rooms, a cyber, a spider mastermind, some computer room boxes, a crusher and a teleporter maze all on a whopping two maps. 2/5 unless you think it deserves less of a rating. z34x
Anonymous
These two maps are dated August 1994. E2M1 is a sort-of castle level, with concentric "battlements"; it's uglier than a middle-aged man. You have masses of plasma ammo. The gameplay gets better as it goes along, almost approaching one star. E2M2 is an arena with a cyber and a spider, but it's easy to finish if you don't shoot and thus alert them - there's an impressive pyramid but no real gameplay. Neither level is impressive individually, together they are meh.x

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