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Kill Again

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Average architectre, lots of fun though. 5/5

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5/5 = Classic Stuff, absolutley brilliant work here - realisim, realisim, realisim. Download it now!

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Pretty good. It's annoying that I couldn't find the way out of the lava pit after toasting the arch-vile, and I thought some areas were a tad dull, but, yeah, a good map.

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Not bad. It's a bit on the bland side in most of the maps. It's still worth checking out. 3/5

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Nice map! 4/5.-Candle M

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A pretty average map over all, the detail is bland and simple, a few interesting fights but nothing special. Worth playing though.

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This is dated August 2000. It's a pretty good large-scale dungeon / castle level, with a few modest source port features. The gameplay is pretty unsubtle and old-school, with gangs of monsters in a series of frequently symmetrical rooms. The start is nicely non-linear though, and the design is chunky and likeable in a bread-and-buttery way, with some LEGO-like stairs. Gets blander as it goes on, and there's an irritating shoot-the-switch puzzle.

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This is exactly the kind of levels I enjoy the most. Midschool style. Not extreme detail, but decent one, some core of minimalism with nice details and shadows here and there, with great architectures and classic gameplay. Some great ideas in this one too and several bridge tricks. 5/5 - Optimus

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