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Happy Birthday InsanityBringer

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Another birthday, another map.


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Guest

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good..plz make more

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The first (I believe) in the 40oz string of bday maps, and this one really set the tone and is very solid (and almost medium in length). 5 stars for this whole series in general, they could have been combined into a cool little episode almost Scythe-style.

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Memfis

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short linear map, you kill some monsters or pairs of monsters in front of you in a generic brown base.

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PRETTY DARN GOOD.

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Another 4 star adventure!

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Guest

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40oz makes good maps, it's a shame he's a bit of a dick :/ 3/5

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It's an okay map, solid gameplay, good ammo and monster placement, nice music and all... but I'm not sure if anyone cares that it's your fuckbuddy's birthday. In fact, releasing a map so mediocre seems like an asshole thing to do, like giving a Hindu a hamburger for his birthday.

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As always, a good layout with some decent architecture. It's good fun, though abundantly clear that Super Jamie is responsible for UAC Ultra's thing placement. Still, this was built in 6 hours and a good way to kill 5 minutes, so mad props.

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Short but good!

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^stop. Anyways, this is a good little map, and I hope 40oz keeps doing this, his quick maps are actually fun.

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I'm sorry for ^ that rudeness. May be it is not better speedmap in the world, but definitely not bad after all, worth to play at least once. /hth

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another 99999 stars aventure! and the previous are a retard

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Another 0 star adventure!

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Best of the birthday maps, but still has some gameplay flaws (like that damn jump-blocking manc teleporting at blue door).

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It's not my birthday, but I enjoyed this map anyway.

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Quite a nice map this time. Whilst the progression is very linear, you revisit areas and feel like you're exploring the map, which is a huge improvement over previous maps. Gameplay is still easy, but this is rather fun! 4* -Phobus

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Fun map! You've executed the tech base feel very well. Kind of you to make as well! Happy birthday Insanitybringer

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awesome layout and architecture, style and texturing. Mediocre to average enemy placement. Gameplay wasn't great, and it was very easy, but the design of the structures and texturing was was very creative and impressive. I really hope that 40oz makes more maps! 4 stars.

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superb in just about every way. 5/5 -Joker happy birthday

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