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Generator of Evil

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One level for any boom compatible and limit removing ports. PrBoom-Plus or GZDoom are recommended. To play this PWAD file, unzip it into the directory with your PWADs then start: glboom-plus.exe -file "G.o.Evil.wad" -complevel 9 (g)zdoom.exe -file "G.o.Evil.wad"


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Spectre01

  

Long, grindy, and generally low-threat slaughter. Combat choreography is largely absent and the majority of the map is occupied by clusters of the same monster blocking your path. Speaking of blocking, monster block lines are often employed in strange ways, allowing the player to door and hallway camp the enemy hordes. Potentially deadly traps are neutered by frequent invul spheres which enable trivial BFG facerolling. Detailing ain't too hot either, with the majority consisting of monotextured square rooms and hallways. Some cool sector work is present among the minimalism and the scale of the final area is certainly impressive (the 300+ Cacos which take years to float into firing range, less so). If you want to spend over an hour spamming BFG and rockets, I suggest you play (or replay) Cybersky instead by the same author - it looks and plays better.

2/5

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Waow, this is awesome !! [WH]-Wilou84

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Another Eternal wad the utterly kicked my arse! Spent over 2 hours before I finished this little monster!

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Great coop experience! 5/5 Zalewa

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Great coop experience! 5/5 SuperGod

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Wow, that was awesome. It's not often that I find a WAD that takes around 3 hours to get through (though I'm sure I could've done faster with cheats or co-op), and keeps me engaged all the way through. I really enjoyed fighting the 200 or so Cacos in the tunnel toward the end... dodging all of those lightning balls almost felt like playing Touhou or similar. Nice work!

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Fantastic map. 5/5

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This is dated April 2007. For some reason MAPINFO crashed GZDoom, so I deleted it. You fight 2,252(!) monsters in one of those manly, meaty levels where you fire the BFG semi-automatic at mobs of arch-viles, and then you switch to the rockets. It has a Hell Revealed feel but it's not as hard - you get loads of supplies, and it's a bit of a slog at times. I didn't like the use of switch faces as decorations. Still, it's great fun and feels very substantial.

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It's a fucking giant room full of monsters, not very creative or fun even in co-op. Just makes you respawn a million times to kill everything.

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^n00b detected :) Actually it´s a pretty cool monster blaster map in the vein of Deus Vult, but it´s much easier than DV. It also has areas that could be seen as tribute to similar maps; starts like ks28, has a cyber maze like hr29, end area looks like equinox13, I´m sure there is more. 5/5

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Phenomenally gargantuac map combining slaughter and in-door gameplay, ingeniously opting for non-linearality allowing you to choose which key to claim first. Unique in replicating gameplay from classic WADS (AV 26 - Revenant Cages, HR's Cyber Maze). The action is consistently chaotic throughout however the generous abundance of powerups coupled with freedom of movement means you'll unlikely come close to death's door. Superb and it would be fantastic in Survival Coop. 5/5 - Bloodite Krypto.

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Long and hard slog in the vein of "Post Mortem" from Hell Revealed. It's fun for the most part, but grows a bit tedious when you have to battle away at something like 300 cacodemons, and the end bit seemed barely possible. Very hard, very long. 4*

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Sweet. :)

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    • By Juza · Posted
      For some reason, I always looked at Requiem as one of the more 'weird' and forgettable of the popular 90s megawads. However, that doesn't mean it isn't good fun and doesn't feature mindblowingly good levels, with an amazing soundtrack all the way through.   For the most part, Requiem was certainly very advanced for its time, much like Memento Mori II and Eternal Doom. Its first two episodes contain the most fun and beautiful levels of its package, with a grand variety of themes, from techbases, to temples and caves, to the most wonderful and memorable city levels of 90s megawads.   However, it doesn't go without featuring many bad apples, mostly seen on its late episode. MAP20 and forward certainly features some of Requiem's worst levels, resorting to hitscan hell for their difficulty and featuring weird, confusing progression, downgraded visuals and other weird issues: MAP24 for example being one of the most infamous for being near impossible to complete through a pistol start, and the last level featuring a laughably easy to kill Icon of Sin with some weak, uninspired battles beforehand. I can give a shout-out to MAP28 for being an unique and fun level, much like the early and mid episode levels.   Requiem is a very good megawad which everyone should give a try at some point, but personally, it wouldn't be one of my first recommendations when it comes to the 90s.  
    • By slef · Posted
      Amazing this is still floating around on the interwebs!! I have downloaded them all again and firing up ZDoom for a trip back.   Maybe it's time I finish this series? Thanks for the kind feedback @Doomkid ... I made this when I was 15 or 16 and obviously full of teen angst, at least that seems apparent from the language in the readme.
    • By Forli · Posted
      I'm just writing this review to let everyone know that you are supposed to run this choosing the original plutonia as the iwad and not doom2, or else (on zdoom at least) the plutonia textures will be shown as black and the midtextures will not be drawn at all, causing confusion since the blocking lines are still there. I made that mistake the fist time I played this wad.
    • By kfpopeye · Posted
      Expected more from the makers of Plutonia. The use of an all black texture almost everywhere didn't do much for me and the use of player blocking lines just made it confusing when running from a horde. Couldn't pass level 29 without using no clipping because the final steps were too high.
    • By 666shooter · Posted
      [HMP, Continuous w/ pistol-start mindset, regular saves]   I went into Requiem with relatively low expectations. Having not been thrilled by the Memento Mori series and having just come off playing the superb Alien Vendetta, I expected a solid if relatively forgettable megawad with desgin concepts in the old school. In many ways I was pleasently surprised: solid map design through about the first 20 maps, a Quake homage in Map 31 that made me smile, a few obnoxious encounters due to tight spacing and poor distribution of the Sshotgun, okay, but better city levels than the IWAD, so that was nice. Map 15 was frustrating to navigate and Map 18 actually forced me to restart since I saved after the red key, but no real bs otherwise. But then came Map 21: Be warned, it is possible to softlock yourself out of the lift in the X room if you are backtracking; upon restarting I found the switch to lower the panel in front of the red door did not work and remained "active" and non-function despite repeated Uses. I would recommend an updated version of this map because this simply wasn't acceptable. (For reference, I was running this with GZDoom 4.1.3; your mileage may vary.) Nor was Map 24, as commented below. After the grueling and frustrating Map 23, this almost made me want to stop playing the Wad or at least skip this one, which would be a first for me. Not enough ammo, revenants and a few more revenants, the only nice thing I have to say about this debacle is you will learn just how effective (of often inneffective) that stupid chainsaw can be against enemies that can do over 40% damage in one hit. Not. Good. Design. But there is hope, as Map 27 is one of the nicest vanilla Maps I've seen in one of these older Wads (The Labs of MM 1 notwithstanding), and its winding journey almost redeems the package to the finish. The unfortunate and clumsy Icon of Sin encounter at the end of Map 23 aside, I found the final map mercifully short and I appreciate the little bit of lore in the text file giving us a semblence of an "alternative" final boss. Overall, worth checking out for several of the maps here. A compliment to map 20 while I'm here- short, sweet, and nice outdoor environment design w/ vanilla assets not unlike Scythe meets Plutonia. A few bumps with the weapon placement and some points off for 21 and 24, but a solid recommendation going in forewarned.  
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