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Enjay Zdoom 2001

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32 Levels replacing Doom2, basically following the Doom2 "story". A reworking of my old Enjay Doom project (originally from 1994 for some of the older levels). Therefore, the look is a little primative in places.


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MuratMikal

  

I had a blast with this one! There wasn't a single map I didn't enjoy as all the maps were well crafted, the fights were nice and there're some minor ZDOOM features added on the maps (like diving into the water among other things). The difficulty is easy to a experienced player but it's very fun. I recommended this wad to those that want a more relaxed gameplay.
 

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to this day Enjay's Doom wads still hold up, despite being really old. Enjay Zdoom 2001 puts some ZDoom features into the old levels, but doesn't overdo it. it helps that the original maps themselves are fun, classic Doom action levels with no real drawbacks, the levels are medium-sized with decent progression. what the ZDoom set does use is colored lighting, ambient sound effects, particles, fog, but uses them sparingly and gives only a tad of atmosphere, and that's really all they need. there's a few new monsters like a gray imp and the rifle trooper which replaces the SS, but also doesn't overuse either of them. really, this one is easily replayable and still fun.

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Kewl! Something to measure other WADs of the time by. Deserves more credit than it gets.

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^ A good wad is a good wad, no matter *what* year it's released. Speaking of which.. 4/5.

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Not quite as good as Marine Assault, but still a kick-ass wad. High quality, with decent scipting and consistent styles. 5/5 --Illogically.inclin ed

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un fucking believeable, boodsplats on the ground, some beautiful story, it's like sonic doom and legacy 5/5 so friggin awsome

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This is the full, final manifestation/versio n of what started out as a set of unusually good levels for 1994. It really should be a classic IMO and how these maps were NEVER mentioned in the Top 100 feature for Doom's 10th birthday, not once in their eight years of upgrading from 1994-2001, is beyond me.

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It has really good gameplay, but it is quite easy. Some nice use of zdoom features. Lack of detail on other side. 3,5/5 would be right. - Damned

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the best! Totally underrated!

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Could been better, the first part and all was kinda of boring after killing all the enemies, the ending itself was fantastic, so much adrenaline and a cool ending. Polish the begin a bit and put a bigger story into it.

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very bland looking

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these levels are right from quake - DOOMMAN98

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Perfectly fucked! 5/5

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^^A lot of them ARE polished 1994 maps, but far more than slightly! You can find the base to many of the levels in his non-ZDoom megawad either for Doom I or II. Not Enjay ZDoom (without the 2001), as that (excluding the secret levels) as that already had most of the 'polishing' done. A few of the 1994 levels were completely dumped for new levels in the conversion to from Enjay Doom II --> Enjay ZDoom, but sparing the secret levels the rough layouts from Enjay ZDoom and this are the same.

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The Greatest

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1994 superb. 2001 Okay. 2011 poor. Feels like slightly polished 1994 maps. 3/5

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^Um, only the first level is right from Quake. Anyways, quite fun wad. 5/5

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kicks ass

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really good, i like the focus on imps and former humans instead of the "bigger" monsters most doom 2 wads do. the added monsters compliment the standard set very well unlike most wads also. One of the most fun wads ive played through 5/5

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    • By MuratMikal · Posted
      This one is a good megawad. It's indeed overpopulated with revenants (e.g = in map 12 there're 165/map 14 - 115, etc) but the authors give enough weaponry for deal with them then it's alright. The only complaint I have is some maps could use more monsters, as some maps have below 50. Play it only if you don't mind the overwhelming quantity of revenants in some maps.
       
    • By ReaperAA · Posted
      To the person who said "Better than Zdoom"   ARE U KIDDING ME??? I sincerely hope u are kidding because any port is better than this (and zdoom totally destroys it). Stop being a hater.
    • By Player Lin · Posted
      It's actually not a shitty WAD really, but I encountered some glitches stopped my progress and they seems randomly happens, like the door to the exit room in Map17 never open because the voodoo conveyor belt for open the door not worked. Also unable to go back and get stuffs I were not collected also not a good design to me(in the Map17 too). OK for those ST monsters and power-ups but invisible monsters are really PITA and sadly, the author like put them a lot in levels, that sucks. Tech levels just OK, Hell levels are looking cool and detailed but not fun of IoS battle, and this WAD using that about 2 or 3 times, even the Map30 has 4 of them...seriously?! I just god mode and noclip to finish them because I don't want to pain my ass for those nasty IoS battles.   3/5 is highest score I could give for this WAD, it would be nice for co-op but nah, not my cup of tea.  
    • By NuMetalManiak · Posted
      what some people should note is that this is a jokewad. there's nothing here to be taken seriously, the gibs are ridiculous, the storyline involving the briefcase and the cops continuously after you are ridiculous, and Bob Nimwich is also ridiculous. that's what this wad basically entails. sure, there are some dumb moments like the anal sex and the poop level, but there's some other weird and actually okay levels mixed in. it ain't the best of the bunch for sure, but it's got some moments. Wills took the time to make the obituaries insult the player, but it should be obvious that these are jokes along with the maps themselves. also there's a "true ending" and a bunch of secret "impse" areas in many of the maps, so there's a bit of scavenger hunting here and there.
    • By elend · Posted
      A techbase (orbital space station?) that lacks gameplay and tries to make up for it with detailed corridors and very neat effects. Unfortunately the really gorgeous visuals (awesome skybox, great textures and their usage, good lighting) cannot make up for the corridor gameplay. This is one of those maps that feel very copy and pasted, because you entweder one corridor after the next and apart from some different colored doors they all look the same. All key pickup rooms look the same, all corridors look the same, only one room at the beginning of the map has something more unique to it. Corridors are usually fine, if they are connected to actual rooms and not other corridors. It's a pity, because everything else is really great and with a little bit more effort (i. e. more "unique" rooms inbetween) it could have been so much better.
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