Title: YOU ARE MEAT!
Filename: levels/doom/s-u/urmeat.zip
Size: 32 KB
Date: 10/29/04
Author: Charles Michel
E-mail: 74471.3254@compuserve.com
Description: This level is designed for a single player, although cooperative play is also good. I've tried to throw a little bit of everything in here. You may have to die quite a few times before you can make it all the way through. ** Hint ** I believe it is sometimes better to run than fight. I've also included a demo of yours truly completing the entire level on skill 4.
Credits: Bill Lappe, Tester and longtime deathmatch victim
Base: New from scratch
Build time:
Editor(s) used: DEU 5.21
Bugs: None
Rating: (6 votes)
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Reviews:
Anonymous
An OK map, and a reasonable challenge. The later parts are a bit silly, since there are too many cybers to kill (no Max demos here, I suspect), and if you don't know in advance that you should just run past them, then you're likely to get into big trouble.x
Anonymous
Fantastic gameplay. The point is knowing the map and once you know it,you'll finish soon. Pre-mortem. (pre-morte, in correct latin I guess).My knowledge of 1994 maps is limited, so for me this a revolutionary map. Plutiona is an evolution which started here. I saw several times barons infighting in the crucial blue room which was fun. A max demo is possible I guess, considering there's enough ammo and some space. But apart from skill, luck is needed. 5 stars from coldfusio. x
Anonymous
This is dated December 1994. It looks awful, with typically haphazard textures, and the gameplay is pretty poor. There are lots of monsters - 300+, which was a lot for 1994. It gets off to a bad start with a sequence where you have to press an unmarked, unheralded piece of wall in a dark slime maze to get the yellow key. There's an amusing bit at the end where you have to run past a hall of cybers, but that's not enough to compensate for the naffness.x

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