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The Great Bicycle Mystery

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The Great Bicycle Mystery is a 15 level megawad for cooperative Doom II play for 2-4 people. It includes many new textures, new music, and a new enemy that replaces the Nazi. All levels were designed to be linear, good looking, and easy to just start playing with a group of strangers or friends. You can expect to die to multiple times in the levels, which is intended. All levels were tested by 2 players over a LAN connection. To play these levels properly, you will NEED the following things enabled:


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Been playing this on single player and loving every minute! Shotgun barrel is smokin' and there are steamin' corpses scattered all over the place... just how DOOM should be. 4/5

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BEST WAD

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This is dated April 2007. It's a co-op miniwad, although I played it single-player. Overall it's not bad - competent design, gameplay, works from a pistol start - but suffers badly from being very monotonous, often just a series of mono-monster arenas one after the other. You fight through the imp room, the demon room, the hell knight room, etc. Much less fluid than Hell Revealed, often devolves into funnelling monsters through chokepoints.

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With a bit more ammo / room to move / Berserk here and there these maps would *all* be possible in SP. Also, the visuals are a bit wild sometimes, but author shows promise imo.Check map 04 for starters, bitchin battle but satisfying to beat. 4/5

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It is possible to finish all these levels on single player I believe. I had to take breaks in between to do shit but I think I played them all. Some parts are fun but the design is lacking. 5/14/07

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Extremely Easy. I finished all fifteen levels in twenty minutes using my fists only....all kidding aside, this is pretty tough, but definitely worth a download. Great detail, tricks and traps are well placed...overall a fairly fun wad. 4/5

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These could easily be balanced for SP. I don't understand how it's meant for MP anyway, as the maps are so cramped you are bouned to get friendly fire.

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I don't get it. I did it just fine. It's a little hard, but I've done harder. If you think this is hard, you're pretty much a noob. 4/5 though. It was fun.

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A series of very hard levels where you're almost pitted against overwhelming odds, lots of monsters in cramped spaces and tons of zombies in maps and rooms especially studied as to provide as little cover as possible. The architecture is interesting, but the gameplay mostly consists of running around trying to avoid being punished while some exit opens, much like a poor man's Cyberdreams. Frustrating. 3/5 -Maes

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Meh...no idea why I was so frustrated in my first review. I'm halfway in, and, while hard, these are essentially slaughter maps with puzzle elements, fun to play for the most part. What makes them hard is that you're extremely limited in your arsenal (you won't get a chaingun until MAP02, and a SSG and rocket launcher until much later) and ammo is really scarce given the slaughter theme (dunno if it's better on co-op, but on SP you'll need to abuse infighting). 4/5 -Maes

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annoyingly difficult

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15 hard maps, for difficulty lovers is comparable to HR. Map 04 is simple and effective, one of the funniest map I have played. 5/5

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    • By printz · Posted
      A newbie map set. The big problem is that several levels have permanent dead end traps which don't even kill you. An interesting level is 3 which is just a big 2D maze of joined squares and very many monsters. Otherwise the episode is plagued by these problems.
    • By printz · Posted
      Yet another garish "NEMESIS" level. Sounds are replaced with stuff from other games, such as Doom, Warcraft II and other games. As the text says, this map has D'sparil, but fortunately you don't need to fight him. To get ahead, you need to pass through an illusionary wall. In general the map is full of contrivances.
    • By printz · Posted
      Even though it has potential, I just found an early exit, meaning it's trivial.
    • By printz · Posted
      A newbie level, based on how it's designed and the weird or misplaced features. It's a pretty long and tough adventure, but clearly doesn't show much experience.
    • By Argenteo · Posted
      First in the UCA series, cool hellish-tech theme adventure, inspect closer the hole at the beginning and the baron's den (unmarked door).
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