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  1. 12 XXX-y maps made during the 30th Abyssal Speedmapping Session. This session was based around Using the Romero Head, making the map plasma oriented, and being "Moody as all get out."

    (Disclaimer: maps may not be as XXX-y as advertised)

    4 downloads

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  2. 12 maps made during the twenty-eigth Abyssal Speedmapping Session. This session was based around Health only via powerups. (Berserk/soulsphere/megasphere), Spirals, and "A shitton of lava"

    15 downloads

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  3. 9 maps made during the twenty-ninth Abyssal Speedmapping Session. This session was based around Extensive use of ZIMMER textures, Living End style map progression. (Island in the middle), and Blur sphere against Hitscanners.

    15 downloads

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  4. 15 maps made during the twenty-seventh Abyssal Speedmapping Session. This session was based around use of the donut effect and revenants, lots souls and PEs. Resources were taken from Stardate 20x7, originally without permission but everything was worked out because Ribbiks is a swello fellow.

    18 downloads

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  5. 17 maps made during the twenty-second Abyssal Speedmapping Session. Unlike normal sessions this one focused on collaborations, with mappers given two hours to work on a map before passing it off to the next guy. While the goal was to finish in 24 hours, the mapping process ran long, and some maps were polished well past the 24 hour time limit.

    Though it seemed like the twenty-second session was doomed to be forgotten, I decided to compile it long after the fact so that there wasn't an annoying gap in the compilations. Also, some of these maps are pretty good, and benefited from both the collaborative nature and the extra time in the oven. -7hm

    Even though this session flopped hard, like 7hm I think there are some strong maps in this session that deserve an official release, so I chose to finish the compilation. -4shockblast

    I know how to upload things to IDgames. I fixed a few CWILV graphics & made the M_DOOM & TITLEPIC. INTERPIC was made by EffinghamHuffnagel. -Jaws In Space

    18 downloads

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  6. Breathless is a large, Boom compatible slaughter map for Doom 2. The theme is deep blues punctuated with cyan and is heavily inspired by Swim with the Whales, both in aesthetics and difficulty. The wad is inspired by a lot of things visually though, from Metroid Prime's Phazon Mines to Sunder. I wanted to make each individual area fairly unique, so despite it being one large map and all within the same colour palette, the areas hopefully still feel varied.

    The map has a slaughter 'design philosophy' and is based around a lot of large set-piece fights, with some smaller encounters here and there. It is designed to be hard on Ultra Violence -consider it close to SWTW map 3 for reference- and is balanced mainly for this mode. HMP and HNTR are both implemented with the former tested a decent amount (not as rigorously as UV) and the latter given some quick runs. Hurt Me Plenty is fun to play and I can Max it fairly consistently without too much trouble; I would suggest playing on this difficulty first, as UV is punishing. Don't say you weren't warned :D

    The wad has a lot of secrets, so look around if you want to max it!

    20 downloads

    (2 reviews)

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  7. 17 maps made during the twenty-second Abyssal Speedmapping Session. Unlike normal sessions this one focused on collaborations, with mappers given two hours to work on a map before passing it off to the next guy. While the goal was to finish in 24 hours, the mapping process ran long, and some maps were polished well past the 24 hour time limit.

    Though it seemed like the twenty-second session was doomed to be forgotten, I decided to compile it long after the fact so that there wasn't an annoying gap in the compilations. Also, some of these maps are pretty good, and benefited from both the collaborative nature and the extra time in the oven. -7hm

    Even though this session flopped hard, like 7hm I think there are some strong maps in this session that deserve an official release, so I chose to finish the compilation. -4shockblast

    I know how to upload things to IDgames. I fixed a few CWILV graphics & made the M_DOOM & TITLEPIC. INTERPIC was made by EffinghamHuffnagel. -Jaws In Space

    12 downloads

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  8. 13 maps made during the thirty-third (ph33r) Abyssal Speedmapping Session in the space of two hours, with 15 minutes for music and texture selection and 15 minutes for bugfixing. Each mapper had 3 themes to choose from:

    - Using barrels to kill enemies - No monsters - Heavy use of hitscanners

    29 downloads

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  9. this is my first set of levels, four in total. took me about a year or so messing around with doom builder 2 to figure out how most things work, and this is the result of that. i'm not quite done with these maps yet, they may be included in another mapset later on, but i thought i'd put them somewhere for now.

    25 downloads

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  10. 7 maps made during the thirty-second Abyssal Speedmapping Session in the space of two hours, with 15 minutes for music and texture selection and 15 minutes for bugfixing. Each mapper had 4 themes to choose from:

    - Instantly raising and lowering floors - Donut special - Rocket launcher-centric gameplay - Offensively Christmassy

    36 downloads

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  11. Sprawling techbase medley with surreal interludes in hell. Assume the usual twaddle about teleportation research gone awry.

    This was an exercise in using the original Doom 2 textures and specials to build something very modern: with intricate spaces, long vistas and a bunch of half-assed environmental storytelling. Inspired by No Rest for the Living, Visions of Eternity, Vaporware Demo and Metroid Prime.

    (This represents about half of the map I had planned before I hit the seg limit; I may finish the second half at some point before the Earth finally plunges into the Sun.)

    115 downloads

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  12. Hey, peeps, it's your boi JMAA yet with another DOOM MOD! This time, we got a schwifty BFG and a MEGASPHERE in this map, be sure to subscribe, hit the notification bell and like this video, let's reach to 6 MILLION LIKES so I can make more mods like this in /idgames! Let's go!

    6 downloads

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  13. A single map for DOOM2 containing new weapons, monsters and powerups.

    115 downloads

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  14. Short map with heavy use of brown metal textures.

    19 downloads

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  15. Set of 4 slaughter themed maps

    109 downloads

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  16. Large gothic/hell theme cave style map with multiple paths and branching areas.

    Screenshots - https://i.imgur.com/fZClmnA.jpg

    30 downloads

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  17. 3-map wad for Boom+, flesh-themed.

    30 downloads

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  18. A series of maps I made over the past year and a bit.

    Map 01 - Initially the opening map for a 'Thy Flesh Consumed'-esque project for Doom II Maps 02, 03 & 04 - Maps for a shortly-lived one-man Megawad I was working on in 2016. Map 05 - Started off as a collaboration between myself and AD_79 for the 2016 Doomworld Mega Project, which I polished up & finished after the year ended and that ship had long since sailed.

    85 downloads

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  19. A medium sized level that plays around a guarded courtyard.

    18 downloads

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  20. A mapset I finished in 1998, never before released. See info below. Mapset is optimized for pistol start, although it was originally meant for continuous play. The Blue Armor in Map01 is the only item that still helps only continuers.

    19 downloads

    (2 reviews)

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  21. Beat 'em up level for Action Doom 2, Comic feel, Cel shaded, and fun to play with few secrets.

    8 downloads

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  22. The episode takes place in Antarctica. UAC found some mysterious shit deep under ice, and established a base around it. You are a marine positioned to guard the surface part of the facility. One day something goes seriously wrong and a portal to Hell opens... You have to descend deeper into the base and find a way to stop the demonic invasion.

    20 downloads

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  23. Welcome to the bloody snowy island. Throughout the level, you will walk through snow and blood. Music is "Death Rattle" from Tactics Ogre. Demo can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpfXqJzERus

    12 downloads

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  24. This is our life. The VOITTO-group's life. A story about Winners, Markkus, Boulders, and other entities. It is meant to be as turbo as possible. You are a member of VOITTO. The DEWs safety is compromised by increased amount of Boulders. It is your duty to find the DEW and bring it safely back to Basket and end the terror of Boulders once and for all.

    12 downloads

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  25. One day i decided to make some medieval/magic wad in doom. I made it. End of story.

    11 downloads

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    • By xvertigox · Posted
      The map description states that Haruko tried to express his depressive feelings through the texturing and that came through. The dim lighting and midi went a long way in helping it to sell the depressive feeling.   The geometry was solid with some particularly nice detailing here and there but the actual layout was really good. The central hub worked well with keeping you on track.   The monster placement was on point and led to interesting fights - particularly the ones involving archviles. I really found the difficulty to be just about perfect on UV.   The crescendo at the end worked very well where it was tough but understandable and beatable. At first it's a chaotic mess of monsters, archviles and an Icon of Sin but as you work your way through the madness it starts to make sense.   It takes care and attention to try to express something as abstract as an emotion (other than rage) through Doom wads and I think Greymood did that with the gameplay to back it up. I'd be interested to hear from Haruko if any particular set-piece or element was representative of anything.
    • By dmg_64 · Posted
      Great re-imagination of Doom 2, the levels look and play good with each having they're own theme and / or different progression style, keeping things fresh, definitely recommended.
    • By silentzorah · Posted
      This is okay.  Some unused beta content, lotta console content.  I can appreciate the increased difficulty, but some of the texture and music choices early-on kinda put me off.  Didn't much care for E5M4.   It's not terrible, but it isn't hard to see why the beta maps were scrapped from the final version of the game.  Give it a try, if you're feeling bold.
    • By Agent6 · Posted
      Alright, so, what can I say about Memento Mori 2 after finishing it and the first one?   Well, first of all, the levels are more beautiful, visually it aged noticeably better than the original and uses more custom textures, some already seen in the original. The music is on par with the original.   The levels themselves are overall better designed for the most part, but here is where the problems make themselves known. MM2 is clearly designed more for co-op than single player. This starts getting very noticeable after MAP24. Whereas the original had a few maps that dragged on, particularly at the beginning of the wad, this one drags on extremely bad after MAP24. Not just that the maps are starting to become huge and with hundreds of enemies and very annoying traps, it also starts becoming more confusing and tiring, MAP27 being the worst offender. The main tower in MAP28, or rather the overall level, is unfun as well, doing a poor job at keeping you entertained for the most part, save for a few areas where you also get an Invulnerability, but not on the edge of your nerves like MAP27 does. Eh, the traps don't go crazy at least.   Post MAP24 levels simply become tiresome and no longer bring much pleasure. The war of attrition also gets real in some maps, MAP27 still being the best example, giving you lots of rockets and some health to recover from the orgy, if you manage to find the secrets, but not much else. Without locating the secrets it can be extremely infuriating and especially difficult to finish, hence me actually forcing myself to finish the wad, it was very tempting to just can the whole thing after reaching MAP24 because it ceases to be fun at that point, turning instead in a struggle for survival. Like I said, MM2 makes it very clear that it's more co-op/multiplayer oriented and not very suitable for solo, or not on UV anyway.   Unlike the first MM, I managed to locate both secret exits and I must say that for secret levels, they're pretty easy, which is very surprising. I can't compare them to the ones from the original MM because I failed to locate any of them there.   I also don't have any favorite maps to my surprise, I like most of them, and even the maps that drag on like hell are not bad themselves, just not suitable for playing solo, but can't exactly pick any, whereas City of the Unavenged from the original was easily my favorite, here? I'm not sure...   Either way, all things considered, it's a solid wad and a great sequel to the original. Worse? No, but then why the lower rating? Well, simply for not providing a solid experience in SP towards the end, so if you want to play it solo like I did, it doesn't really work anymore when you're about to finish it. It drags on and the difficulty also spikes nastily.
    • By Nems · Posted
      Sometimes, after playing through a level set that stomps your balls in, you want to relax with something a little more laid back. This is that megawad. Highly recommended. <3