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A rush of blood to the head

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A new map for Ultimate Doom, simulating a building, with some Doom2 textures. This isn't an easy level -play it in Ultraviolence and fight all those Cacodemons!-, and requires some time to beat it.


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Memfis

  
Quite enjoyable MYHOUSE-ish wad. It starts out a bit humble, but gets more awesome when you reach the main street and then stays strong. The final cyberdemon scared me a bit and in the end I ate one of his rockets, argh. Btw it's kinda interesting how often the Spanish mappers choose to work with the city\/house theme. I don't really know why.

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The gameplay is ok, but it doesn't look good... 2,5/5

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It's a very enjoyable level; looks old, but has an original theme and an intense gameplay.

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It's a decent but very dull level. Breaks two cardinal rules of Doom level design, in that (i) it is based on the author's house and (ii) it has toilets. If a level has toilets it is a sure sign that the designer was more interested in making toilets than in making a good, well-playing level. The gameplay involves clearing out a series of small, identical-looking rooms with typical computer monitor "televisions" and mock "beds". It's possible to get stuck in some of the corners.

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i thought it was a homage to Coldplay

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