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CLIFF.WAD

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This is from May 1995. The zipfile has an advert for Rusty n Edie's BBS, which surprisingly has a Wikipedia page! The readme is only six words long and gives no clue as to the author (perhaps he was called Cliff). The map is good for 1994, with enough action to keep me amused. There's one clever bit, when it looks as if you've backtracked, with monster corpses on the floor, but you haven't. The design is simple, but it has lightsourcing, sensible textures etc.

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The wad timestamp inside zip is May 26, 1994. Better ignore all big weapons and use -fast monsters if you want any challenge. I had fun just walking around and exploring.

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The mysterious title aside (there are no cliffs here), this is a good map, that starts out in a base, and has you exploring a variety of settings, the best of which is a well-designed cavern. The progression is nice, but does tend to leave one confused -- sometimes on purpose! The fights are okay, but it often feels very easy, and a little empty. Oh, well, there's always -fast. The looks aren't bad at all, for such an old map. Nice, but obvious, secrets. Recommended. --4/5

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hi, this is the best!!

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    • By Denim Destroyer · Posted
      Picture this: you are playing a community project megawad and are still within the first ten levels. Some of the levels you have already played are fun but then you arrive here. Nothing bad or good and is over before you know it. The perfect level between two good levels in a megawad.
      Vanillic Acid is not part of a megawad or even a level set but exhibits all of the characteristics of a filler level. It has all the base characteristics of a Doom level and fails to do anything interesting with it. This level isn't bad but in the ocean of idgames why bother taking the time to play this one?
    • By Argenteo · Posted
      Awesome midis. Some maps appear to be filler? I don't dislike them. I like to take breaths. My absolute favorite is Procustes Chambers (24). Replayed and re-enjoyed again. Great music!
    • By Summer Deep · Posted
      Very worthwhile map, starts out pretty tough, then becomes more manageable, but always challenging enough. Plenty of chaingunners, Barons, Revenants etc, but the big two are absent. All it really needs is a bit more of a 'big bang' ending.
    • By Argenteo · Posted
      My favorites list: 10, 11, 12 and 23. Lots of city maps (I don't like them), or inspired by renowned ones.
    • By RastaManGames · Posted
      This map pack may not aged well, but some places are nice to see.
      Specially, the wharf itself with nearby buildings.
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