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  1. A .WAD for DOOM with the intent of showing off my take on DOOM's level design capabilities. The intent is to create a full DOOM experience, containing a full episode's worth of content over the original first episode, while adding in some new assets from various contributors to Realm667, a prominent DOOM modding resource. So far I have a few levels done, and I will update as the episode fills out more.

    3 downloads

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  2. Three authors, three limit removing maps. Welcome to the shores of Russia.

    e2m1 - Chaingunner e2m2 - joe-ilya e2m3 - Memfis

    10 downloads

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  3. A vanilla remake of Sewers made by David Calvin in 1994. Remake partly inspired by SgtMarkIV's Sewers. No jumping - No crouching

    22 downloads

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  4. Ultimatum is a project that I've had in mind for several years now. Basically, every mapper was randomly given a limitation made up from over the years of mapping, and what you see here is the results! A small warning: the difficulty curve is pretty steep, as there weren't any suggestions as to how easy or hard a map could be. Good luck!

    13 downloads

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  5. Two maps set on the first ukrainian space station. I took the title from a hentai manga because I couldn't come up with anything.

    8 downloads

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  6. no challenge so toggle fastmonsters if you need

    8 downloads

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  7. Hell's Colosseum, more or less.

    11 downloads

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  8. I didn't think the Tower of Babel wasn't so much of a tower so I decided to make a literal tower that you must ascend and battle your way up to reach the Cyberdemon at the very top.

    Be prepared for a long climb!

    16 downloads

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  9. "Alright soldier, listen up:

    There is an army coming from the Mars base, we still do not know what it wants but we do know what they are and what they did. This army is responsible for the slaughter of some of the UAC's finest! Their first target is the UAC's cargo base on the recently conquered Luna Base Bravo, we sent our best men from Alpha to prevent the takeover but it was inevitable: Rather than send in the best, they sent in the many. Before we knew it Alpha was drowning in targets and despite the advanced gear and training, Alpha were KIA due to the sheer amount of hostiles.

    This is where you come in, this base is key to the defense of Earth due to its strategic location. The enemy knows its importance but rather than have the best guard it, they just have hundreds of grunts.

    This should be a cake walk if you do it right, stock up and explore before heading to administration (marked with an exit sign) as intel believes that the administration is being used as a staging area for the invading platoon, lock and load."

    This is an E1M1 map that is like a primitive slaughter map, but less slaughtery and more "explore to find ammo to kill everything" kind of map, it was made for PrBoom but should work in any limit removing port (I advise no jumping or looking up and down, it was made for classic gameplay.)

    5 downloads

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  10. Started as a e4m1 remake but I went on with a standalone map that maintains a few known areas (revamped obviously).

    16 downloads

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  11. "Stack Domination" is a singleplayer Boom compatible map.

    Preface:

    It was the biggest scandal of the year; the UAC, Union Aerospace Corporation, a powerhouse in spearheading expeditions on Mars, was revealed to have participated in both human experimentation and illegal nuclear material handling. Not too long after, governmental pressure and active lobbyists have crippled the once massive enterprise - the dozens of bases and facilities have been claimed and refurbished by the government workers despite the demonic presence.

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    Thirty-five years later and the ancient UAC's existence remains solely in childrens' textbooks and online archives, yet the illegal shipments of nuclear sludge have continued to thrive. Tasked with exploring one of the most intricate extensions of the old UAC complexes, the old processing station demonstrated signs of cultist activities; pipes are interwoven around libraries of magical jargon. At this point, the government couldn't care less: the outpost is far from civilization and doesn't seem to contain any valuables. As per their declaration of humanities and whatnot, they've fulfilled their obligation to "claim" this base with one lone marine.

    Difficulty: Medium-high Monster Count: 750~ Length: 35:00 approximately

    Thanks for your time, and enjoy the map.

    7 downloads

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  12. Four levels for Ultimate Doom running on M1 of each episode, roughly in the original episode's style. Had planned on expanding but lost interest for now.

    12 downloads

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  13. Welcome to Setebos Relay Station, a UAC base perched on a tiny moon in the butt end of nowhere.

    Looks like we have lost contact with the base... again. I'm sure its nothing, but you know the drill.

    19 downloads

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  14. A difficult episode 4 style map. I tried to use some episode 4 visual themes as well as some new ones.

    17 downloads

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  15. A reinterpretation or remake of Doom's original E2M3, heavily inspired by KDiZD. The whole map has been enlarged, restructured, new areas have been added, old ones enhanced and the whole thing has been turned into something more real and creepy. Expect something totally different in a place that you already know to a very good extend.

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  16. A Containment Area-inspired level with an oldschool style that combines the original level's music and abundance of crates with a few surprises of its own. This is one of the first maps I ever completed and what I consider to be the first time I truly "got" what it took to make a non-linear map with elements of exploration and branching paths.

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  17. I took the first 5 levels of Sunder and ported them to Chex Quest 3.

    I had permission from Insane_Gazebo to release on to /idgames, but I did NOT create the original maps. I only wish I had that amount of skill.

    10 downloads

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  18. Large, open map that features plenty of room to maneuver as well as tight battles.

    11 downloads

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  19. Three levels for Ultimate Doom, nothing fancy

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  20. You receive a frantic message from High Command, informing you that one of the UAC labs which has been experimenting with teleportation technology has been overrun with hellspawn. Intelligence indicates that the location's warpgate has a direct link to a small staging area of Hell, which holds powerful demonic forces capable of wreaking havoc on Earth. You accept the assignment to enter Lab 13 and purge it of all hostiles. Additionally, you are tasked with finding a way to stop more demons from entering through the facility's warpgate, even if that means destroying the staging area by going into Hell itself!

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  21. For ten years the whereabouts of the Doom Space Marine were unknown. Following Hell on Earth he simply vanished, leaving the Quake Marine to defend Earth from the forces of evil. In the year 2145 he finally returned, with the rank of Corporal, to do battle with the demons that threatened to overrun Mars City. But where had he gone? Why was he absent for so long when his skills were needed the most? Official UAC spokespeople maintained that he was unavailable for mental health reasons, and after securing Mars City for the second time he was quickly and quietly retired, with strict orders not to discuss either of his missions or the missing years in between. The truth, it seemed, had been buried.

    Until now.

    When cyber-pirates cracked the quantum encryption on a media cube purported to contain blueprints for an experimental tachyon drive, they instead found over eight million hours of archived security holo-footage from a secret prison on Titan. Far from being unavailable for "mental health reasons", the footage revealed that the Doom Space Marine had been imprisoned by the very agency he had helped to rescue - UAC. Now, for the first time, the details of his imprisonment and harrowing escape are being made public. Neuro-implant formats of the footage are not yet available, but if you have access to an external Doom viewer and do not have a heart condition then you can experience the terrifying ordeal for yourself.

    17 downloads

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  22. This is a UDMF format map of ORIGWAD.wad for reference purposes only.

    18 downloads

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  23. Initially started as a pure shotgun gameplay map. Only providing the shotgun weapon (although I also added the chaingun now because the enemies are too much) and hordes of monsters that take one shot to get down. Then I also tried my level design ideas (city lights at the beginning, stary sky at the end). And trying to finish this fast and release it, it became a hell of monster cramped map that take a long time to finish with those weapons especially in hard levels. But if you like such maps and pure shotgun action then this is for you.

    14 downloads

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  24. Mainly E1-style shooter level, not impossible, a bit harder than the original E2

    14 downloads

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  25. Glassyman thought he had defeated Pcorf but he turned out not to be the real thing.

    27 downloads

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    • By Zalewa · Posted
      This is a really beautiful map divided into about 7 sections which each have their own distinctive flavor, though they keep the same theme. Sections are interconnected with lots of corridors, somewhat building a confusing layout that might not be easy to navigate. However, the sheer level of detail polish, the texturing and the intriguing ways in which everything is connected here easily conquer that little inconvenience. While the fights doen't belong to the more unforgiving ones, you will find lots of health and armor to help you pull through. Definitely recommended.
    • By Zalewa · Posted
      A hub-like MAP containing 7 separate levels, each is completely separate and each must be completed for the exit to become available. You can complete them in any order, though the final one offers the most noticeable step up in difficulty. Each section has the same level of quality, polish and good design.   Each completed section gets marked with a green slimefall texture (incompleted are red bloodfalls), though each section requires you to push a switch to exit. If you miss that switch you will have to return to an otherwisely completed section. It would probably be better to just use walk-over lines for marking sections as completed.
    • By Meril · Posted
      Map made in 1995, typical for that era. You can find mazes, square rooms etc. But few rooms are better with some details and more intresting. None of teleporter flat is correctly fitted to grid. Gameplay: Monster placement is not bad except two rooms. First when you teleport into small room tightly filled with pinkies. Second is the worst of the worst. You are teleported into big square room crapped with pillars and monsters including archville where no place to hide. Backtraking is present, but not disturbing. Overall: Ok, but some places are very bad designed.
    • By Meril · Posted
      Like most of '95 maps, low details, square rooms etc. You can find here some weird use of textures and walkthroughalbe bars. In gameplay side, map is ok. No challange, but not boring neither. Overall is barely below average. 3-/5*
    • By galileo31dos01 · Posted
      Done on HMP/continuous/saves.   A super solid mapset I had the pleasure to play. This one felt like a modern adaption to the old known Scythe, while bringing its own personal style: it is divided into episodes, difficulty progression is highly notable between them, but monster density remains on the low side. Visually remains on the classic side, starting with tech bases, always indoors, then slightly pushing the player into open spaces connected with caves and lava, and more fleshy/spooky environments nearly the end of the set. Personally, I really liked that purple sky in mid maps, an unusual color in the game. While the author kept it simple with texturing, there's a lot of work on atmosphere and connection between levels. More specifically, in most maps the starting place is the previous map's exit room. If not then you'll know where you'll going to be, again because of the theme's consistency, which I liked a lot. One thing to point out is the usage of darkness in at least one piece of every map, something that always gave a sense of insecurity, as monsters had an advantage I lacked, which was pretty cool and tense (map 25 last room is dark and brutal, one of the most memorable moments of the set imo).   The combat and layout are the most consistent and interesting sides of this wad. Monster count might not be too high, but the author worked it out in way that little can still be brutal. The first and second episode are very low-key, with some surprises to introduce the player into what's coming. Third and fourth are more trap-based and also introduces serious (but simple) platforming/chasms. Last two episodes are what Moonblood as been anticipating so far, all of the previous but in a much brutal and unforgiving way, also including hectic starts. On par with this difficulty progression, there's monster progression, this means that each monster is introduced in an old-school iwad way, only barons appear much later than I expected. In terms of layout progression, non-linearity is what rules, excellently done btw. The maps will give you the opportunity to choose your way to find resources and deal with monsters. Despite playing on continuous, I payed attention to the weapons placement: it's not your usual classic megawad, there's place and time for each weapon to be the star of the map, usually provided near the starting spot, so the player has an idea of how's the map going to turn out. This kind of pace was really appreciated, since I enjoy variety. A final boss is included to give a conclusion to the story (quite a nice story, if you want to understand the author's view it's here), always nice to see custom endings that don't have an IoS, always nice.    Secret-wise, these are not just your typical misaligned texture, with usage of the automap and a good ear you can find them all, but they usually take an extra effort to find, more often related to audible clues. They don't give you much in general though, this is probably the only downside as sometimes I found single medikits and I didn't need them at all, but perhaps pistol starters might appreciate them more... My favourite maps are from the fifth and sixth episode, the secret maps too, since there were more open layouts and mixing of every monster/weapon. I think there was no map I disliked, well maybe map 26 which was quite good except for the many imps on ledges lol.    Overall, I dig this gameplay, very exciting, recommendable for anyone looking for classic adapted to nowadays perspective, if that makes sense. Uh just try it, Scythe and Jenesis fans can't miss this, my rate is 9/10.