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PALACE OF NEMRAC

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A Huge Level for Doom2, created back in 1998. Was my first map for Boom and now has been finally released. Was originally intended for the Doom Millennium project which was never released. The level originally didn't have as much detail, but I have given it a big facelift. In this map, you encounter every type of monster present in Doom2 and all weapons are present except for the BFG?, but who knows, it could be there?. The level is large and detailed and contains several unique sections such as a church and a Nazi building with Swastikas on the floors. Obviously the Demons are using the Nazi's for an experiment with silent teleporters. There are a few Arch Viles hanging around so be cautious. The 10 hard to find secrets come handy, many of them unmarked.


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Very good, like all serious stuff from pcorf.

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Paul Corfiatis delivers, as per usual. It's too bad that Millennium hasn't seen the light of day, it would have been nice to see this level in a megawad setting. 5 stars.

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Yes, the "OMFG a Cyberdemon here?" feeling. Lol! But then I found the invuler. and finished the crap out of it. There are several rooms I like, esp. the church, one of the most nicely detailed churches I have seen in Doom. 4/5 - Optimus

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Totally sweet level.

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No, the BFG is not present. But it's a very large and very, very good level. The little bit near the beginning with the cyberdemon was a nice little "oh, crap" moment. Great opening shot, too.

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Not bad. It was a pretty massive level. Plenty of good firefights. 4/5

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Actually I beat it using no cheats whatsoever, and I only found one secret, you just got to be cautious and think like hell.

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Another great map by a great author. Play it!

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An excellent wad

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nicw map. a little short on ammo though. 5/5 -=R3D=-

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jes, this wad is very good!

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I don't know if I would call this map super huge but it's pretty good level. 5/28/07

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I give this wad very good marks! I'm sorry this wad hasn't come out before now. It is very well laid out and very fun to play! Great map! -Marco

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Sweet designs, though health towards the end is a little lacking. An extra medkit in front of the mastermind would be a good addition.

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  • File Reviews

    • By VanillaExtract · Posted
      Pretty solid for a bite-sized claustrophobic level. Even on UV it doesn't get frustrating, though you will die a few times. On top of that, the level is pretty short overall, taking less than 10 minutes. The level is pretty linear in terms of unravelling, but there was at least one encounter that could have gone quite differently if I hadn't taken care of an enemy earlier, so there's a little bit of strategy. The combination of Wolf3d and Doom textures make for a colorful and macabre combination, having bright, cartoony blue walls interspersed with rooms of meat. Good stuff!
    • By Roofi · Posted
      One of the best wads of the 1990s I've ever played. The main weakness is surely its very outdated aestheticism with a very strange use of textures.   On the other hand, the wad must be retained for its ingenious traps and creative layouts. The wad is not easy. I have died several times in some levels. Rocketmen are particularly dangerous but at the same time very useful in killing their teammates.   My level is probably level 5 "The Hidden Below". I loved the height variations and the ways of climbing and descending. Moreover in each level, there are nice textures like barriers, middle-textures arches....   For me this wad is an example of true level design and inventiveness.   I rate it only 4.5/5 because of the absence of new music and the rather rudimentary aestheticism even for its time.  
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      Big, fun exploration map with a really good theme... Visplanes crash on vanilla DOOM2.exe, works without any problem with doom2+
    • By P41R47 · Posted
      I really liked the free alternative to TNT: Evilution.
      Icarus: Alien Vanguard is a totally different monster but somehow similar, made by the same monster team.
      This lacked a proper dehacked patch with custom text, but @NightFright made a neat fix for that, telling a compelling story that is really entertaining to play.
      The maps are amazing. The best maps here are far better than Evilution's best maps. The bad ones here, are just bad Doom 2 level maps, so there is little to be really bad all in all.
      But, Icarus had the same little ill as Evilution had, last ten maps completely drags the experience. At least, this maps are better than the ten last from Evilution.

      Team TNT has shown that not only are good mappers, they also are good storytellers and that, in a game like Doom, is something to be proud of. And they achive this even working non stop to release this before Evilution hit the streets, so, even if some maps feel a little rushed, they are great!
      The soundtrack is a key element here. Bringing an awesome personallity to this outstanding mapset full of neat ideas.

      Thanks team TNT for this amazing megawad.    
    • By P41R47 · Posted
      ETERNAL DooM is not a megawad, its an experience that had to be lived to be fully undertanded.
      This is the megawad of the 90's for me in terms of exploration and atonishing sightseeing og the marvelous structures around.
      This megawad its one of the few that awakes in me a sense of wonder like no other.
      And to make things better, i played the incredible dehacked patch that @NightFright made, that adds maps names and new text screens with a custom story. This is the ultimate way to play this outstanding work.

      Now to the flaws: the first two levels are what really define if you would play this megawad or not. The first maps is corridor after corridor, with a little puzzle for the keys to enable the exit, after that, the second map is something completely different, with a very big puzzle map that will catch everybody unprepared. If you can reach map three, your surely are at it now, and after that, is a big alley up, a pretty big mountain ahead full of wonders.

      Thanks team Eternal and TNT for this amazing work of art. This possibly is the best megawad i played soo far and the one that i most liked. It has almost everything, new textures and graphics, new way of thinking maps, extremelly clever puzzles, a lot of exploration and a full experience.

      What it lacks? Maybe a proper graphic for the end boss, a proper BOSSBACK also, and some new monsters would be cool, but for a megawad from 1997, this is almost perfect.
      And the soundtrack!
      God, thats a marvelous soundtrack!
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