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The New Adventure

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Its the 43rd century, year 662, month 3 day 25. The universe is a wreck and you must sort out all this mess. So you have to go on a new adventure and kill Paul Corfiatis. Once he is beaten you will be a proud champion.

This Wod requires ZDOOM!!


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The music is what makes this insane.

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In my opinion, Mock 2 is 100 times better than this.

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0 stars... mock2 is way better. this one is easy to beat even without cheats, and i HATE when modders use dehacked patches when you have zdoom's decorate to create hyper flexible stuff. also the acs scripting was poor and the jokes were lame. mock2 jokes were funny and stupid... this mod's ones are plain frustrating.

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It's weird. Some really nice ideas and tricks. I had roughly 45 minutes of real fun in godmode and sometimes noclip. Greetings Funduke

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Really not so funny, really. Levels look dull, they're repetitive, and they're too short. Sounds are at least fun. I just play it randomly sometimes but other jokewads eat "The New Adventure" for breakfast, especially Mock 2 and IOGW. Even Terry has sometimes put more effort into level design. "Meh" wad, this only gets 2 stars. ~Rocky XIII, a French Doomer

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Most definitely the worst wad I have ever played. Game-play, graphics, map design... all crap. I give 0/5. -HFR

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This funwad is very good!

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This was is crazy, made me laugh all the way through.

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I gave this five stars because if you combine all the sectors in every single map and put them side by side, they are the exact size of my wang. -Craigs Actually, it's because I LOVE a good joke wad.

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Does jokewads always have to have bad detail?

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This isn't that bad! Just a little strange. -skibbi

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I actually liked it, it was like the wad was chewed up by a dog and barfed out, it was really crappy but it was funny and great, i like real doom myself but this is another story

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best shit ever. only the best and the funny wads are cool. i love this shit game called doom, because its the best crummy game you can play in your whole fucking lives. yes. i want more of this retarded shit. cause its fun, after a long day of boring work. 5/5 Admiral Xolzo

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wierd but better than terry's wads :P -Orange Bird

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Very stupid and unfunny

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Where is the funny? This is just mind-numbing. 0/5

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weird wad, pls learn how to spell :P

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The good news is that this wad works on Skulltag. The bad news is that this wad exists at all. Friendly protip, Mr Corfiatis - you made that wad in 2006, not 1996. Jokewads were funny for all of ten seconds back in 1995, but their novelty has worn off.

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God, this is rubish! What's with the stuffed graphics, text, etc? Your excuse is that the world is stuffed? Just an exccuse to make a crap mod! The New Adventure 2 is a lot better!

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Prety hilarius wad make me laugh but i say goood joke wad rocked - duke nukem

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"This Wod requires ZDOOM!!" Actually no it doesn't, it works quite well on Skulltag - and it's a WAD, not a WOD.

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Better than a Wills jokewad but still a piece of crap.

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