Title: Nomen Luni - Part 6 of the Frag Fest series!
Filename: levels/doom2/deathmatch/m-o/mat-luni.zip
Size: 20 KB
Date: 06/09/95
Author: Matthew Mauger
E-mail: Matthew.mauger@blackice.conqueror.co.uk
Description: I was promising something special for Frag Fest 6, and here you have it. Not quite what it started out as, but after playing GIGAKIL2 by Stealth (respect due, some amazing levels...) I was duely inpired by his ISLEKEEP level, and created this, totally unlike it, except for the sea-side idea.

I created the central area with the stairs leading down, and then as ideas and inspiration flowed I just joined pieces onto here and there, until this is what I came up with.

It's had some serious playtesting, as always, and one of the most important things that came out was the need for the circle back from the secret bit in the library area...

Anyway, play it, and as always, give me feed back...
Credits: - Matthew Smith; I owe you inspiration as to the name of the level ;) - Ed Hinckley for thinking he is so great at Doom :-) - Peter and John Ripley for being probally the best in the world, but hey, Pete, it's rematch time, I've got myself ballistic acceleration on me mouse, don't you know! - Stealth for making such amazing levels - Thomas Woodington for the advice with this one, cheers - Andy Fogg for thinking there is something wrong with covering your keyboard in chocolate gateaux - Frances Hagger for being so gorgeous, and for dumping me, ya slapper - Eric Schreiber for doing such a class job... - Barnaby Fawcett of Manchaster for getting me all my music, dunno what I'd do without my Elastica and Fantazia ;) - And finally Nick Pascall of Spider's Hollow BBS for being such a fat twat >:-D Get a life you sodding RETARD! Your BBS is... **CACK**!
Base: New level from scratch
Build time:
Editor(s) used: Deep + BSP
Bugs: Nout!
Rating: (1 vote)
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