The files in this directory are designed for one or more of the
so-called "Source Ports", which are modifications of the DOOM
source code that was released by id Software in December 1997.
You will need to look through the text files to see which port
a wad was made for. Some will work on more than one, and some
are very specific not only to which port but to which version
or modification of that port.
If you have any questions or problems with these files,
contact the authors. Their email addresses should be in the
matching .txt file.
Barely playable. You're given bare armaments, and have to contend with using a shotgun against Hellknights and Revenants until you drop down a hole, get stuck in a maze of tunnels filled with enemies, and then find yourself in an outdoor area, still unarmed, but surrounded by enemies. Honestly, I think Sisyphus has it easier.
this is the kind of wad that if you got a group of newb players who want to get into custom levels, this is a fun start. it starts out easy, managing to stay easy for a very long amount of time until the halfway point. most areas are rather open, making maneuverability a lot of fun. the endgame levels are quite varied, but the overall enjoyment from playing GMP remains strong. a few unique ones here and there, like the Evilution tributes, MAP30, and MAP32, all worth it in the end.
Not a bad WAD for 1994, the time the level was created. For such a unholy temple, it isn't very bad to plow through, and a little dull in some rooms, although some add some weird designs to stand out. The lighting is nice and the map isn't too confusing nor frustrating. The WAD might be good for a casual level to plow through, so it may be worth a shot if you are into some old obscure maps.