THIS IS THE BEST AND TOUGHEST LEVEL YOU'LL PROBABLY EVER
PLAY! It's hard to make your way through the front door!
THAT is how hard it is! If you make it through this "30
minute" stage (refering how long it takes to play the
ENTIRE level, secrets and all), IT'S A MIRACLE YOU DID!|
After destroying Lucifer's new "hell raising" base on
top of Mount McKinley (FIFFY.WAD available on AOL), you
decide to get even for his evil deeds. You go back to hell
and wreck his home, or should I say, CASTLE!
Again, some deaf monsters get new batteries for their
hearing aids (suposed to be deaf, but SOMETIMES are not).|
Floor and ceiling textures for the teleporters are WAY
off center! (some are close!) I can't understand it! At
least they work, and can be recognized.
DURRING BETA TESTING throughout the building process,
this level is known to CRASH! This may be just my PC,
since it crashes everything a lot. If this level DOES
crash or lock up, turn off your EMM386 memory manager.
It ALWAYS worked after that was done.
|Anonymous||Hey, it's not that bad. I found it enjoyable and well done for a 1994 wad. -- 3/5||x|
|Anonymous||This is dated July 1994. It's E3M1. The readme comes on like a hurricane, but the level is poor, exacerbated by pitch-dark areas with strobing lights. You start off fighting cacodemons with a pistol, and then you fight barons with a shotgun, and it's tedious; you just dodge slightly left and right whilst firing, there's no cleverness to it. Technically more impressive than the first level in this series, i.e. it is almost competent for a 1994 wad. Fiffy is a poor choice of name.||x|
|Anonymous||A pain in the arse to play. Really very poor. A tad better than the first, this is one big stink up. -- 1 Star.||x|
|Anonymous||Ugh, this is like "Friday the 13th" series. It starts out bad, and ... well... it never improves. --1/5||x|