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One Sector Tag Concept Map

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I made this a while ago, showed it to a few people, and then promptly did nothing else with the idea. But, considering the lack of interest in NewDoom's latest contest, I figured that it's time to show it to the world.

This is a small proof-of-concept map, made to show that you can make some interesting maps while only using the sector tags 0 and 1, and no others. This strikes me as a good premise for a mapping challenge - what do you think?

Everything done in this wad should have a vanilla workaround, but this would work better as a Boom contest for the extra capability.

Reviewers: try not to judge this as an actual level. I tried to make it fun for 1-2 minutes' worth of play, but it ain't pretty. It's really just a quickly-assembled technical example, along the lines of counter.wad or slidoor.wad - I can do better, honest!


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Obsidian

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This is an extremely interesting idea. I reckon a megawad in this style would be quite the experience. Thanks for the idea Creaphis! 3 stars. - Obsidian

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A nice yet short wad to play. You could of probably added in a few more things, but it was good. 3/5!-Candle M

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Not so bad 2.9 out of 5

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Nice idea, but not that fun to play. 1/5 -r_rr

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    • By MuratMikal · Posted
      Mediocre megawad. There're many puzzles along the maps and the small monster count makes me wonder if it's a puzzle oriented wad instead of an action one. Anyway, not my cup of tea.
    • By magicsofa · Posted
      Again, an improvement over the last one (castle3.wad). Still some hallway-isms but this time they aren't a thousand miles long. Also, repeating the same "puzzle" more than once is never a great idea. But, it's quite playable and actually a little challenging in some spots. 2.6/5
    • By magicsofa · Posted
      A slight improvement over the quality of castle1.wad (I didn't play castle2 because it's already been reviewed.) The starting actually looks sorta cool, giving you a sense that this map might be better than the previous ones. But, it's only marginally better, with outrageously long hallways as the main annoyance. Combat exists but is still super easy, especially if you use the myriad artifacts in supply. The worst part was getting to the end of a massive hallway and finding out that I needed a green key, which would have been about two minutes of backtracking if I didn't use the turbo cheat. 2/5 would skip
    • By magicsofa · Posted
      Other than a few competent moments, this is quite passable... as in, pass it by to play a more exciting map. At best it's incredibly easy even on high difficulty levels, with pretty basic and usually ugly architecture, and at worst you get to navigate through a maze of single-linedef walls which of course don't block your shots. If there were anything other than melee golems around, it would have been even more annoying.
    • By chlef · Posted
      No, this is not a 5 star wad, not by a longshot. It is an acceptable time killer though and it's also marred by some teleporter confusion. It's small and the cyberdemon is pretty easy to get rid of, so as name suggests, don't panic.
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