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Rocky Road

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You're a marine trying to find a way out of the dreaded Mars mines.


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Meh. Bare, with some more details would be average -- Brun Ohn

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I have to say that it was nice to play something that felt oldschool. While definitely not up to the standards set in todays level-making world, I did enjoy myself with this one.

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Uninspired -markjdb

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Meh. Okay... sort of. -Giest118

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Fair stuff. A bit more detail would've been nice. Didn't see any rockyness.

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how about you get away from dw. - pritch

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This is a randomly-themed map from 2004, although it looks and feels like a competent 1994 level. It would be polite to describe the layout and design as old-school; it looks like ass, and isn't helped by the dark maze half-way through. Nonetheless the game isn't bad, for a short while. It's relatively easy to get stuck forever if you don't go through the yellow door when prompted, and the ending is just another switch. Average for late 1994, poor nowadays.

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Somewhat nice wad, has an oldschool feel to it. By today's standards it lacks a lot of detail, though. -- 3/5

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