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Meat.WAD

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It's a fast moving adventure with lots of monsters, hidden goodies, secret rooms, and a few traps. Many hours were spent creating and playtesting. It's an E3M5 substitution. Supports single and multiplayer or Deathmatch mode. Difficulty settings are implemented as Easy/Med., and Hard. Have fun, watch your back, and send your comments. I'd love to hear them.


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"This level IS legendary if only because..." - err, no it's not. It's supremely ordinary.

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Heh, I thought this would be referring to an Aqua Teen Hunger Force character. Oh well, not too bad, & just like all women, filled with plenty of hidden secrets! 3/5! ~~ Cam the Cat - 4/17/11

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Huh. Well. Many shoot-walls, secrets and a few other design flaws, but textures are intact, elevators and doors are working. Mixed feelings. Fair stuff for a '94 one.

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Meh. One of thousands of mediocre to poor ones out there... Two stars at best. **

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This level IS legendary if only because it was one of the first to be created by a woman. My wife, Carolyn, put this together in mid-1994 and it was considered good enough at the time to be published on the very first PC Gamer CD. (Keep in mind that standards change - competing levels at the time were lucky to play at all!) The secrets are a little tough for the day, lots of shoot walls, but everything works and looks good. Definitely a classic... Kurt Schulenburg, 2008

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