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  1. This is my second oldest surviving map that I still have, and my very first DM map ever. However, the gameplay and layout are pretty awful, so I wouldn't really even bother playing it. I uploaded it for nostalgia reasons, I suppose.

    (Note from Mechadon from the future!! I decided to upload this while updating some other releases in the archive. I'm really only uploading it for, uh, 'historical' reasons. You should never play this map, at least not seriously :P )

    11 downloads

    (8 reviews)

    Submitted

  2. Play in the surreal world of yume nikki, in 3d!

    15 downloads

    (10 reviews)

    Submitted

  3. SpaceDM9 is a set of smooth-flowing deathmatch maps with a combined focus on open-ended gameplay, grand architecture, and unique, modern settings. Built for the Skulltag engine, these levels are designed to take full advantage of the ZDoom software renderer and UDMF editing features.

    This wad is, at the time of this writing, not compatible with OpenGL rendering. Use software, or stuff's not going to render right! Seriously!

    (I know no one reads text files and people will try playing it in GL anyway. But seriously, come on, guys.)

    (Don't try playing it in ZDoom, either. The jump physics are different, and you'll find it exceedingly difficult to navigate some of the maps without dying.)

    Also, in case you missed it above, this requires the 98e alpha build 3120 (or later) of Skulltag to run properly. Earlier versions will make S9DM03 largely unplayable due to a flag-setting bug in netgames.

    50 downloads

    (43 reviews)

    Submitted

  4. Competition style CTF maps that favor strategy rather than brute fragging and stalling.

    18 downloads

    (14 reviews)

    Submitted

  5. This is a soccer modification for the Skulltag teamgame mode

    7 downloads

    (2 reviews)

    Submitted

  6. A UAC base gone haywire. You will fight in Hell eventually. A few base levels are distorted by the influence of Hell.

    11 downloads

    (6 reviews)

    Submitted

  7. Another short speedmapping session for heretic made by some dudes in doomworld forums all in the 24 hours of 09\05\10.

    This time theme is capture the flag gameplay.

    See v-hsms4-info.txt for more information.

    7 downloads

    (3 reviews)

    Submitted

  8. Sequal to the first [SA] Duel wad

    11 downloads

    (7 reviews)

    Submitted

  9. A 6 wave Invasion map and also my 1st attempt at one.

    7 downloads

    (4 reviews)

    Submitted

  10. This wad takes DogTag3, a classic set of team-based multiplayer maps from 1996, and updates them to be compatible with Skulltag's self titled game mode. Seeing as how these are some of the original maps which inspired the Skulltag concept to begin with, I thought it would be fitting to make them more accessible and playable with a modern online source port.

    These play similarly to most Skulltag maps, with one interesting difference. Rather than simply grabbing the enemy team's skull from out of their base, two teammates must work together to get the enemy team's skull from their own base. One person must infiltrate the enemy base and flip a switch, which exposes the enemy skull back at their base for a few seconds, allowing the second person to grab it.

    Once they do that, the person with the skull has to make a run for the north side of the map where the score zone is. There's a field of lava surrounding the score area that only the person with the skull can enter, but other players have lots of room to try and take that person out from the ground nearby. Once the person scores successfully, they get teleported back to the main area to try and score again.

    Here are the changes I made in this version: - Removed the former MAP03 (FragTag). That's for two players, this isn't. - Radiation suits replaced with the red and blue skulls - Replaced the entire complicated scoring lane mechanism with Skulltag's score pillars and some behind-the-scenes ACS scripting - Removed the score displays and other 'indicator' objects since Skulltag does this stuff itself - Added more player starts per map - Replaced some of the MIDI music with better sounding MOD versions - Removed extraneous linedefs and textures - Removed access to the BFG bonus room, since in ST you cannot continue play after the point limit is reached. I considered turning it into a 2-point score zone or something, but for now it's off-limits. Maybe in a later update.

    4 downloads

    (1 review)

    Submitted

  11. 29 Deathmatch speedmaps over the course of 3 speedmapping sessions

    7 downloads

    (3 reviews)

    Submitted

  12. This is my first map DeathMatch. I am not an expert in the creation of maps, however, believe that the end result pleases the fans of Doom.

    Some features:

    1) There is only 1 BFG and 1 PLASMA GUN in the game!

    2) Put on a platform with the rune RESISTANCE. (huahuahauahuahuah)

    3) I added a platform with the item RANDOM POWERUP.

    This last there was bullshit! ;-)

    11 downloads

    (8 reviews)

    Submitted

  13. : The Skulltag wad with which one ushers in the future.

    50 downloads

    (47 reviews)

    Submitted

  14. A small speedmapping session created 4 speedmaps made in 24 hours.

    12 downloads

    (7 reviews)

    Submitted

  15. 4 maps made in 24 hours on December 13th 2009 Theme was to to make a DM map. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Map 01: Pump-up Deathmatch Station by Walter "Daimon" Confalonieri Map 02: PhilDM by Philnemba Map 03: Mal_Speed by Malinku Map 04: Dockingbay Madness by Malinku

    12 downloads

    (9 reviews)

    Submitted

  16. A temple with lots of wide open spaces and bridges.

    4 downloads

    (1 review)

    Submitted

  17. What started off as an attempt to create the Quake 3 Doom guy resulted in this, a nice doomguy varient. He has khaki trousers, green armour, beige boots and features the Doom player sounds from Quake 3.

    17 downloads

    (6 reviews)

    Submitted

  18. SPACEDM5 inspired Space map.

    10 downloads

    (7 reviews)

    Submitted

  19. You might want to check SHTGUN42.WAD and SHTG42RL.WAD for some background info around this wad. This REVOLUTIONS release is a major improvement from the previous versions. It leverages all the power of Skulltag and adds several cool features and concepts around what we believe it's the right way to play this awesome game. So let's see:

    * Two players only: It makes absolutely no sense to allow more than two sides on a battle. Mostly, what happens is that coward expectators benefit from the situation. Besides, this wad is not sized or planned for team playing, so no more than two players please.

    * Startup shelter & basic ammo: One needs to be born in shelter. And one needs a shotgun with shells. Not only that: one also needs to choose *where* is the best place to get born. Yes, if you're not happy with the place where you showed up, you have a teleporter behind you that will take you to a more convenient starting point.

    * Health recovery rooms: Justice is of essence. Nobody likes to be chased by fresh players after spending 90% of the energy killing the bastard. So one frag at a time, both players 100% healthy. You have to run, though. Health rooms' doors close rather quickly.

    * No plasma, BFG, invulnerability, invisibility, etc., of any kind: No need to explain here. We are old school.

    * Smart and balanced distribution of guns, armor and ammo: In other words, no comfort zones. You'll have make your way around the wad in order to get what you need. No hiding rats allowed.

    * Cool stuff: We definitely needed to add one of those cool bridges. So we added not one but two bridges and stairs. In the center of the map, you get three different height levels to walk over. Regarding weapons, added a Railgun and a grenade launcher, which are 100% compatible with an old-school wad.

    * Impeccable texture selection and alignment: We are proud of this wad. If you find a glitch, please let us know and it will be fixed.

    * Ultra-fast gameplay: The effect of adding automatic doors and bridges was amazing. It added ultra-speed to the game. No time to rest!

    Finally, we believe the spirit of our original idea on deathmatch is still intact, and we hope you enjoy this new version as much as we do, every single day.

    7 downloads

    (4 reviews)

    Submitted

  20. This little mod adds a new threat to cooperative gaming, if you or another player dies, their corpse will soon become possessed, spasm, and reanimite as a brain-dead zombie with a shotgun! Watch out! Trust no one! Designed with Skulltag's Survival-Coop game mode in mind.

    13 downloads

    (9 reviews)

    Submitted

  21. It's a small disposal base...

    4 downloads

    (1 review)

    Submitted

  22. 15 CTF maps for Skulltag

    15 downloads

    (11 reviews)

    Submitted

  23. High detailed, Newschool deathmatch made by the mapper members of Relentless Beating.

    12 downloads

    (8 reviews)

    Submitted

  24. This is an unoffical sequel to Richard Wilkins's map "GET OFF MY LAND". While I found the title hilarious, I was sorely disappointed by the wad itself, which was something typical of 1994 or so and had nothing to do with crotchety old farmers waving their fists and reloading their shotguns on their front porches. Now I've made a wad with the same title, but closer to what I had imagined a wad with the name "GET OFF MY LAND" would be like.

    11 downloads

    (7 reviews)

    Submitted

  25. an CTF made by the [AD] clan

    37 downloads

    (34 reviews)

    Submitted

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    • 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
    • By Summer Deep · Posted
      This is okay for a 1995 Doom 2 mapset. The action and the environments vary between humdrum and pretty engaging. It's not particularly difficult, even on UV, if played in continuous (weapon carryover) format, as it was apparently designed to be.   Nonetheless it could have been a tougher challenge but for an over-provision of health and armour at certain points (a recurring element in wads of this era), and also some bizarre game mechanics - for instance a Spider Mastermind decided to walk under a crushing ceiling in level 3, just when it had me in a bit of trouble. Then a Cyberdemon, which was occupying a threatening position at the beginning of level 5, suddenly disappeared and its remains later turned up in another part of the map: I can only assume it was telefragged or something.   Still, this is a great improvement on this author's earlier ASDOOM.WAD for Doom 1, that's for sure.
    • By Nems · Posted
      This was a fun mapset though it gets more challenging later on. Map 08 in particular is a mad scramble to the top while the IoS rains spawned Hell down on you. I wasn't a fan of the monster sprite changes but they were thankfully just visual changes, not behavior changes.   The bonus map can get fucked though. Hate that last room encounter. Contending with two arch-viles, a wall of revenants, a mass of cacos AND pain elementals, AND two cyberdemons while trying to move around and dodge all of that was impossible and bullshit for me.   Thankfully the bonus map is just that - a bonus. I would have dreaded encountering this in the normal roster. I'll definitely come back and play through this in the future.
    • By Catpho · Posted
      Whats with all the low scores? Anyway,this is a map with plenty of good and interesting visuals,while slightly similar to other cool wads such as swim with the whales,plasmaplant but there is still a unique-ness of its own ,and its gameplay fit for anyone who likes difficult maps. If you dont like slaughter tho,stay away.