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SPACESHIP 1024

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A 1024x1024 map on a Spaceship.


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I'm guessing most of the harsher complaints in the comments come from the 1st version, as this one didn't have any true problems. It definitely isn't one of Paul's better levels, but nothing to hate. It provides a good opposition in a small area with a good amount of gunners to keep you on your toes, and the mega sphere at the end can be used to speed up an "all kills" session if you dare reach the final room as early as possible. [3/5] ~Chain Mail (11/2007)

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OMG I LOVE THIS LEVEL i love it how quickly it turns into a bloodbath -DOOMMAN98

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Small and nifty! 4/5 - Optimus

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ohoh...little but very difficult!

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Nice texture misalignments in both vanilla and PrBoom+. Either way, the map is okay, nothing more. 3/5 - Belial

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Nice map I got texture errors in Prboom+ in Gzdoom I had none, the megasphere in the exit room was a bit too much 4/5

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just crap

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THIS SUCKS many gunners not enough health. 0 stars

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I thought this was good fun, although the metallic design seems very old-fashioned. It is odd to have a megasphere right next to the exit in a stand-alone level. I enjoyed the nostalgic run-to-catch-the-lif t secret and the gameplay was snappy and sweet. I'll probably forget it completely in half an hour, and it's not as good as that other 1024 level... you know the one. I can't remember the name, but it floated in space.

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This is dated August 1996. You fight 60 baddies in a silvery spaceship that feels larger than 1024x1024. Apart from a few texture errors the design is lovely in a retro way. Gameplay suffers from the fact that all three of the battles distance you from the enemies; you have plenty of ammo, and you can just stand back and slaughter them at your leisure, which is odd for such a small level. It's not bad though.

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Not bad, but hugely overammoed - the secrets just add to the surplus. Only one ambush poses a threat, but it can be dealt with safely. The archie turns out to be completely toothless - actually releasing him would make the final stages of the map a bit more interesting. The gameplay flaws drag the rating down to 3/5.

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I like chaingunner/hitscan rape as much as the next guy. 3.

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nice design and lighting, too short 4/5

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I really enjoyed this level, especially for its size. Theres a good amount of detail overall, and the level generally looks nice. Maybe a bit too much ammo though, apart from that very good! 4/5

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Fantastic! Retains that amazing detail and that Paul lighting. It's not actually that overloaded with ammo as the comments say, but it's SUPER short, and super small. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Or that there's anything more to say, really. Great, blah blah blah, has HellKnights and ArchViles and CacoDemons...

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