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Files in the 'deathmatch' subdir are centered around multiplayer deathmatch games (duh!) of all kinds. Whether it's player contact lists, deathmatch wad reviews, or tips and tricks for DM, you'll find it here. Actual deathmatch wads can be found under the 'levels' directory structure.

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  1. Jupiterian CTF

    Jupiterian CTF is a new Capture the Flag mod that will revolutionize the world of CTF on DooM. This mod contains a series of maps that have balanced and blended gameplay, and will make for some intense matches for you and your friends.

    76 downloads

       (19 reviews)

    Submitted

  2. Deathmatch Warmup

    This is not a deathmatch simulator, but rather a deathmatch warmup. Many enemies that not only look like but act like players in this patch/wad. Use this when you can't find somebody or need to warm up!

    91 downloads

       (44 reviews)

    Submitted

  3. Doom2 Deathmatch Training Facility

    This zipfile is a package containing documents, recordings, and a Doom2 level (wad). These are intended to help a player develop skill in agility and aim for Doom2 deathmatch, and to increase understanding of the game specifics as they apply to deathmatch.

    The main document, Manual.doc, starts with discussion of beginning skills and concepts, and moves through intermediete skill, then to advanced skill. The manual suggests certian things be practiced in the wad at specific stages of the player's development.

    98 downloads

       (23 reviews)

    Submitted

  4. Heretic Deathmatch Tips

    Don't you just hate it when some guy with no life who all he does is play Heretic on his computer challenges you to a game of Heretic? "Ahh, c'mon! I'll play easy on ya! It'll be fun!". Well, I don't know because I'm the one killing, maiming, and just bustin' heads in general. I've been beat really hard at games such as Street Fighter II because I wasn't some expert on the subject. Well, time for revenge! Read this, practice, pump up and challenge that sucker to "one last game". Remember the ad where a guy and his girl are at the beach and some big jerk kicks sand in his face and takes the guy's girl? Well, you can be just like that ad. Have fun!

    38 downloads

       (7 reviews)

    Submitted

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  • File Reviews

    • By marco.nadal.75 · Posted
      This map will take as long to complete as an episode of original Doom. It is VERY ornate and convoluted, and somewhat directionless. I played with latest Guncaster (1.777) and latest stable GZDoom (4.5). It took me nearly 2 hours. I still don't know how to get the yellow key without jumping.   I recommend using a gameplay mod with double jump and mantling, like Project Brutality, or D4D or Guncaster. There are no new monsters or weapons, so you won't miss out on original content if you use a gameplay mod.
      There is a cool boss battle in the end. All the areas are nicely designed and detailed, and the final area looks cool. The exit area is central North, by the way. Beware, there are some inescapable traps if you play with jumping, so save often.      
    • By Argenteo · Posted
      Early M. Krause map. Through some catacombs, a cemetery courtyard, electric compounds and radioactive pools. Dark, cool detailing.
    • By rd. · Posted
      For a 13-year-old in 1995, these are phenomenal. (Unless we're getting LittleTempled here, but even if the author was really someone's 40-year-old dad named Bill, they still hold up as quite good for the time.)   e1m1-e1m3 is a trio heavy in KDITD homages that starts with a tiny concept map and then features two increasingly larger complexes that take a lot of design cues from maps like Toxin Refinery and Computer Station. The hallmark of the later maps is how sophisticated the layouts are; e1m3 is this tangling sprawl that felt like it had no boundaries, like there always another area when you got to the map's edge, yet was it easy and intuitive to navigate. e4m1 is a separate release bundled as a bonus. It's like Thy Flesh Consumed in the form of a spacious, bare castle courtyard. Good find.   
    • By rd. · Posted
      An opaque '90s dungeon crawl map with kid's gloves on (meaning it's probably a good intro if you want to try that map out). Despite the really bizarre progression and more doors being unmarked walls than having actual door textures, I never got remotely lost because of the tight scale, the intuitive "try humping walls because otherwise I'm stuck" moments, and the automap pickup midway through. Lighting is really well done for the time, lots of darkness and even some directional work giving it a spooky mood. It starts out with a KDITD feel and then branches out to other themes, which feels like a very 1994 thing. The lateral thinking in figuring out how to get around was pretty engaging.    There will be high variance in how much people like this, and I'm not an expert on this era, but I enjoyed it.
    • By P41R47 · Posted
      Serious improvement from Serenity.
      Eternity doesn't play easy on you at all. From the get go we have really amazing architectures to look at and some nasty enemy traps. The map design also has a great improvement on layout as there are a lot of interesting things to look, sector trickery and a lot more of height variations than on the previous episode.
      Most maps has a lot of monsters closet and quite a good amount of demons to kill, so the fun and the challenge is assured.    The music plays a nice role in here, as it adds to the atmosphere quite a lot, specially the Vangellis Theme from Bladerunner.
      Also, Moanin' is one of my favourite jazz songs ever, so this mapset was really nice to play. Even when it comes kinda as cheesy and silly, it feels really cool.

      Great visuals and great encounters. For real, these two authors really knew what they were doing by now, and they showed it!
      Next episode surely will be beven better :)
      Thanks to both, Bjorn Hermans and Holger Nathrath, as this plays amazing for sure.   ...Now, to the Infinity... ...and Beyond!
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