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Stairs to Hell

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Something happend... The radio signal from Research facility has dissapeard...

Some info Number of Vertexes: 7610 Number of Linedefs: 9317 Number of Sectors: 943 The Lowest floor: -1624 The Highest ceiling: 256


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Very little ammo, some corridors are just too dark, some cave corridors too narrow. 2/5

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Quite cool. A little bit confusing at times but not much. Great atmosphere!

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nice theme. 4/5

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very random i kindof liked it.... - Xolzo 3/5

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Great map. Excellent use of music to create that certain feel. Not exactly a quickie or a slaughter map but it's still a nice challenge. No critical ammo problems, but if you're triggerhappy you'll probably have to skip killing the imps at the end (or skip the cyber at red). Very low on health and no armor but I guess it kinda fits this map, as I didn't find it annoying (I usually do). 4/5 - Belial

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needs more ammo.. 3/5

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Pretty exciting stuff but I thought it was a bit unfair in places. If you're going to make a falling death trap, at least give players enough ammo to fight their way out of it. And fancy giving away the height details in the text file! I wanted this to be a total descent, I was a bit disappointed when it didn't go all the way down. - pritch

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That's a lotta stairs....

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Playable and a good time of fun. But not always. The Cybie wasn't necessary, especially not in this kind of "labyrinth". Ammo was fair, not counting the trap at the yellow key. But nice stairs. A bit short from time to time. I'd say that's good housework but with potential to be better. 3,5 of 5.

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So little ammo it seems like a joke map. 2/5

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Ammo is a bit of a problem and so is the number if stairs. 9/4/07

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...great atmosphere but worse gameplay... U easily cannot kill everything whats moving.

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The music makes great mood. Skip the Cybbie in hell and you should have enough ammo for all others.

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