Title: Falcons Escape
Filename: levels/doom2/d-f/falcon.zip
Size: 55 KB
Date: 02/15/98
Author: William Drummond
E-mail: clisair@bellsouth.net
Description: What is this, you just landed your space craft and was about to relax when every thing goes black. You wake up in an empty building and a bruised ego. You have to get back to your ship, only problem, is that you don't know where that is. So you pick yourself up and find you still have a pistle on you, but that is it. Only the gods know what lays in wait for you outside the door.
Credits: ID software
Base: New level from scratch
Build time: About 20 hours
Editor(s) used: DMapEdit v4.0.14 (beta) - A map editor for Doom! by Copyright (C) 1994 Jason Hoffoss
Bugs: Haven't fonund them yet
Rating: (7 votes)
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Reviews:
Anonymous
Nice map! Lot of battles. City area's design is simple, but somewhat pretty. The ship looks crappy from the outside, but the inner is beautiful. -- 4/5x
Anonymous
i love this level make another one - DOOMMAN98x
Anonymous
urhh, it was enjoyable but there isn't much special about it, aside from the archie placements, which I rather liked.x
Anonymous
Kinda blah. There's one secret that has nothing in it. What the heck's up with that?x
Anonymous
Average. A few nice details inside the ship, but overall, nothing special.x
Anonymous
This is dated February 1998. Although the readme doesn't come out and say it, the level is a recreation of part of Mos Eisley, the hangar, and the Millennium Falcon from the first Star Wars film. Star Wars NO NUMBER NO SUBTITLE NOTHING. The level isn't very good - the texturing is awful, there's a tonne of health and ammo, the Falcon itself is oddly tall - but the spaceship interior would be a good base for modification. It even has toilets.x

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