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De Kerker (The Dungeon)

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After god knows how long with Zdoom, I decided to open my options and try other ports as well. This is my first map for Eternity (v3.33.02), and one of my more fun maps to make.


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Cool Eternity map, with cool custom textures. For the most part it plays like a Doom 1 map converted to Doom 2, due to lack of latter's specific monsters for the most part. Neat use of 3dmidtex bridges and platforms, as well as visual portals for nice extra detail.

 

Recommended gameplay settings:

* z-clipping must be ON (and corrected thing heights likewise)

* terrain effects must be ON

* not designed with jumping in mind

 

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new texture and detail good..but hard to find way..

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Usually I don't play in anything else than Zdoom, because most other modern ports limit the speed to the original 35fps ;P But I have several ports in my HD and so I decided to try this WAD too. A big level, preety cool details, action,. during the play I was in the lava and IDDQDed but that was my mistake ;). It's preety damn good I think, even if I haven't played it till the very end.. 4/5 - Optimus

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Holy.....shit! 5/5 -=R3D=-

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Beautiful looking map with a great texture set (where are they from?), which would have benefited from some new music too. There's lots to explore, which can get a bit confusing, and it quite often feels too cramped and overcrowded for my tastes, but it's still a great map and good example of eternity features. 4/5 FP

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I must say this is a good looking level and thats why I'm sorry to say I can't finish it. I don't know where the hell to go or what to do next. I have better things to do than dick around looking for the next whatever. 8/20/07

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This is really nice! Looks great, plays OK - not so tough, but not a complete walk in the park either. Perhaps the progression isn't completely obvious, and the weird-looking automap doesn't help either.

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interesting level 4/5

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    • By Roofi · Posted
      A strange huge manor to explore with some sexy secret pics and many baddies. I didn't found this level really fun to be honest but it has many creatives ideas for a limit-removing map and a very obscure progression. Totally not recommaned for beginners because of the mandatory sr50-jumps and very limited resources on UV. PPPP has many vanilla tricks , especially the deep water effect when you walk in the water.   Detailed review : http://doomfrance.forumactif.com/t3832p50-boom-eternal-slumber-party#139129    My UV saveless demo (must be launched with ESP.wad) : DEMO    
    • By Roofi · Posted
      Grime looks like a more hellish version of Scythe 2's map 25 mainly because it uses an altered and darker version of the music "Intolerance" from Seiken Desentsu 3 and it was heavily inspired from Scythe 2 Map 23-25 . I actually found Grime way easier than Erik Alm's map . The health and ammo were indeed quite plentyful and above all Grime doesn't have those annoying and overpowered space marines. Inversely , Grime has more high-tier monsters but you can make them easily infight.   It doesn't figure among my favourite maps from Death-destiny but that remix of "Intolerance" is fucking awesome. :)   Detailed review : http://doomfrance.forumactif.com/t4688-review-maps-de-death-destiny#140845   My UV saveless demo : DEMO
    • By Roofi · Posted
      A tough speedmap made by Death-destiny with many questionable textures choices but I really enjoyed the moody atmosphere thanks to the music. However , this map is not as tough as others death-destiny's works even if a lot of monsters encounters happen in cramped spaces.   Detailed review : http://doomfrance.forumactif.com/t4688-review-maps-de-death-destiny#140845   My saveless demo done on UV: HERE
    • By Roofi · Posted
      Clearly not the best work from Didy but a good level after all. The map is short and has no secret. The totally brown techbase and the brown landscape were not really memorable but I loved the beach and the underwater area near the end. The gameplay frustrated me a bit because of the abuse of sniping enemies at the beginning and the also the lack of armor. UV-max is impossible too because an enemy is stuck.   My usual french detailed review : http://doomfrance.forumactif.com/t4690-review-maps-de-didy#140928   FDA Demo : Here
    • By NuMetalManiak · Posted
      apart from the maps in Dark Resolution 2008, I really am not familiar with Death-Destiny at all. when I played this, well, I gotta say this is one peculiar map. a lot of maps got inspiration from one of the most memorable maps ever, which was BPRD's The Mucus Flow, but this one is perhaps the most inspired by it. the way things are laid out here makes it feel like an unofficial sequel to that level, ammo depots and weapons that require keys, continuously respawning enemies (that if you can find a certain secret, you'll crush all reinforcements completely), and the overall design.   this is a very rough level though, one that certainly shows in how difficult it is. the respawning enemies are in red zones, and this includes a turret embankment with a cyberdemon, another with a spider mastermind, and several other ones, many of them being imps. the idea of Disturbia apparently has you going through the level finding each individual key, then removing the next barrier and moving on, getting progressively harder until you finally "disturb the land", then you backtrack, fighting off big hordes of enemies until you go through this huge mouth, this is where the exit will soon loom, but there's several arch-viles along with a couple or so cybers to contend with before making the land calm again, with that final switch being the swan song for this map. it's quite a creative premise, too bad the level is insanely tough and tedious to pull through so I have to dock off for that.   also, I hate to say it, but this chaingun is ugly as sin and is too large for its sprite. yeah, liking the doubling of ammo and fire rate, but Valiant's super chaingun was much slicker than this. it also has a weird sound. having no SSG or shotgun (or even shotgun guys) was an interesting touch, but it doesn't really make the level better.
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