Title: yeahman.zip
Filename: levels/doom2/v-z/yeahman.zip
Size: 56 KB
Date: 02/22/98
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Bah. The first level is playable, but not terribly great, with visual quality that isn't terribly great. The first level on its own could get two stars, but I gave the wad as a whole only one, because the second level is unfinished and unwinnable.x
It's possible to say "terribly great" too often. This feels like the start of a megawad; the end of the first level is the beginning of the second, which is unfinished. The first level is decent but very barren. It has a clean, E1-style look (there are no Doom 2 features), although it's very empty and there's no real challenge. There's a nice build-up to a boss battle, although the battle itself falls flat. It's a shame this designer didn't put more monsters in the level, and polish it.x
omfg soooooo good!x
Wow, it's nice to find my level online still, after about 11-15 years. At the time I was 12-16 years old. I don't exactly remember when I did this, but given the age at which I did this level, don't be too harsh :).x
I just love it when authors find their old wads and comment on them - Something about it gives me like empathy-nostalgia or some shit. Anways, the maps aren't amazing, but theyre passable (especially for a young teen in the 90's.)x

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