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Secret Lab

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A big level, the secret lab is a level by itself. This is my 4th level, You need to use your mind as your hands. You are instructed to distroy this enemy complex but there is a rumor that their notorious secret lab is hidden here so you cross your fingers and enter the complex. May God help you to find this lab and destroy it. Good luck!


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doomedwarrior1981

  
not bad one complaint though never did find the yellow key also be prepared for the hell knight at the end luckily I was.

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Awesome! -Moti

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This is again a very good map by Sphagne with a nice oldschoolish gamestyle. It has a medium to large size but it's not too confusing. It has many interesting battles, many secrets to be found and offers an entertaining game. Recommended. 4/5 -Milian

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5

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it awsome you shoulld try this game

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cool dude

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TimeOfDeath

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cool map and actually very playable for a Sphagne map - don't miss the secret ssg near the start: press the first marble wall on the left in the blood in the hall

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A wad of two halves; the ordinary bit is a decent-to-good mish-mash of styles, a sort of compendium of E1 themes. I couldn't find a way to get to the secret base so I idclipped to it; it's a lot harder and more "wave" orientated, but slightly less fun because it's more of a slog.

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Good Level and some nice design - Well done.

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a little easy...but ver good the secret lab!

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WEE

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3/5 At the end of the level, I went down the lift and got raped by a hell knight. Feck.

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      This is a solid contender for being the absolute best Megawad that I've ever played. 
    • By NuMetalManiak · Posted
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