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NUTS2 - 2nd and/or 1st Anniversary Gold Plated Plutonic Aloy Coated Eight volume Nuclear Donkey Edit

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3 big battle rooms, to test your Doom ability. Only once you pass these 3 obsticles, then and ONLY then, can you claim the 'DOOM GOD' Trophy and exit the wad and get on with your lives. I actually took out hundreds of enemies so the FPS shouldn't go as ridiculously down as with Nuts.wad.


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Samuzero15tlh

  
Holy merry mother of souls! Thats a shitload of monsters xD You have the 5 stars!

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Nofi, but presumably created by a 12 year old slightly autistic boy desperately trying to impress his schoolmates with a pointless three-room open air map with about 4000 enemies. This is out of discussion not the way ID intended DooM to be.

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the best of all 3 - 5/5

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The final battle is... WOW

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I love this wad! Although it isn't as crazy as Nuts1, this one is just awesome. I love the third room. Not to gie away anything, but make sure you're prepared.....and the ending part is just memorable. 5/5 - Kirux

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I was fairly impressed by this one. Much easier on framerates and crap, even with this crappy computer. I tried Nuts and nuts 3 on this thing, and they both crashed, even on zdoom, but this one did really well, and didnt lag any. I did cheat a little, because i used superweapons :)

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Fewer monsters and better ending + fake mancubi and fake megaspheres make this a worthy successor to the original. I wonder what the music is.

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Good, & actually playable. It didn't lag as badly as the first Nuts, but it did lag slightly in some portions. 3rd room is excellent.

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A bit disappointing. I expected something even more insane than Nuts.wad, but this is a bit easier. On the bright side, no FPS slowdown in GLBoom.

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better than the original! --sargebaldy

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ahaha that was awesome -Cyb

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Best map evar! -Torn

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OMG that's alot monsters! Well at least it runs better Framrate wise than previously. Level design is kind of whacked though, i mean it would be great to take on that many enemies but in more rooms than just 2. Oh and this map only works on ZDoom, i tried it on JDoom but it crashed. I prefer you play it on ZDoom (non-GL), you'll get better framerates.

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WOW KICKS ASS!!!!! 5/5

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This is surprisingly good fun, in a minimalist way. It's the same basic concept as the original - a giant square room filled with thousands of monsters, followed by another giant square room etc - but it's almost playable, it runs on 21st century PCs, and there are a couple of good jokes. It's almost Sky May Be at times, with the chaingunning soul spheres and the mancubus standees. It either takes a long time or almost no time to finish, depending on how you play.

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Slightly more playable than its predecessor, this WAD actually has some things going for it (e.g. humour). It is also fun to try pacifist style .. which is possible, due to the massive amount of monster infighting. --2/5

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That was funny! A couple of laughs when i activated the 2 switches and when i saw the second room... worth downloading! -pagb

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Burp n gurgle, you're like my most favorite doom wad author ever.

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pile of shite.......

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amusing -- Brun Ohn

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the first nuts wad was basickly a joke wad but this is just a funer vershin of nuts1 (cuz you can actly beat it) 5/5

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Holy shit. Truly NutZ.

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THE BEST.

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Heh, the perfect cure to the overpowered weapons wad :D 5/5 - Kirby

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It`s a big pile of sh...no, GW!

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