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Mines of Titan v1.1

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Dumped in the middle of a mining base on Titan, a moon of Saturn, you must acquire three keys to find the exit hidden in the mining headquarters. Since the natives are definitely NOT friendly an exit is a nice thing to find.


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Argenteo

  

A very early J Flynn map. Huge space, with some  switch-hunt and jumping here and there. Just turn that m01 midi off and explore.

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All JF levels are ugly and mindfucking IMO.

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Jim Flynn maps are among the best ever made; don't believe anyone who tries to tell you otherwise.

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This is one of my favorite individual maps found on idgames. Very huge for the time it was released and lots of fun if you enjoy the old school goodies.

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This is similar to the author's other early levels. It's large even by today's standards, although the design seems very bare and crude nowadays. Nonetheless it feels consistent, and it has a lot of action. But there's a lot of wandering around, too, and some bits don't work very well (e.g. the dark tunnels). The staircase of hexagons looks cool, but that bit of the level is there just to show off the staircase. Denver zookeeper dies from jaguar attack.

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Straight outta 1995, this is a classic Jim Flynn level. One of the first authors who could make a fairly consistent map which was never short of things that made you go "wow". A few features still do that even today, 15 years on. It does seem a bit bare and oft-confusing by modern standards, but there's no denying it's huge, revolutionary, and a damn lot of fun. 5/5

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After 2 hours of wandering around I began to hate this. Huge waste of time imho, filled with lots nonsensical puzzles. Play only if you a masochist and/or lover Eternal m30 style.

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Switch-hunts? Hours of wandering? Bah, the map can be exited in about 3 minutes. Great map, with lots to explore if you want.

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Oldskoolish map that starts off nicely with high ledges and epic wide areas, but quickly devolves into a tedious and fiddly switch- and keyhunt. Not my style. Dos puto estrellas.

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One of my favourite maps. - Grazza.

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One of my favorite levels by Jim. We had a good time on CompuServe goading each other in making huge, complex maps. Those were the days... :) - Paul Schmitz

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  • File Reviews

    • By Argenteo · Posted
      Too many stations, amazing music and barrels.
    • By Denim Destroyer · Posted
      A puzzle focused wad that also contains action? Sign me up! That was close to my initial thoughts upon reading this file description. What this wad actually offers is long corridors and square rooms populated with enemies that are required to infight. That is the puzzle in every one of the five levels. How to cause infighting. This is more of a slaughter-lite level set than an actual puzzle wad so change your expectations accordingly.
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      Not canonically beauty from layout and some monster placement, but this map was a big fun for me! A level with some pretty mesmerizing places like the starting point, the raising pits, the really abstract techbase feel, the room lighting up a little when the player crosses some hidden lines in the mazes, the weird "theater" room that reminded me of Icon of Sin for some reason, the overall spooky feel, the final throne room... Great stuff. Things i've kind of disliked are the maze section (especially the skull walls one), some lift that doesn't work (the one where the... blue skull key is iirc and the one that leads to the red door) and the switch puzzle is pretty dull to understand, at least for me... the one with the numbers in the sector, then after one day i get that the numbers are correct order to solve the puzzle lol. Also that horrible teleport maze-like room after the yellow key, damn! Also, this map doesn't screw you around with the difficulty, as the previous reviewer commented this map can be compared to Deus Vult in that terms of difficulty and epic exploration, really. Just a raw 1996 version of it, but the comparison is all here imo.   Overall, a big and fun map to play for me. Cool stuff
    • By Lebsrostla Halabala · Posted
      My fave Skillsaw wad. Quite short, not extra difficult and gorgeous. 
    • By Maribo · Posted
      A haunting of the soul. Losing grip on reality and stumbling around your own home, lost in the gutters of your mind.
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