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A 5-level WAD for Doom II.

After strolling through hellish catcombs, you emerge in a greenish pasture. A large fortress lies in front of you. Taking a few steps, you realize you're not alone, and bars descend from the ceiling blocking your way back.

The only way out is through. Good luck! --- NOTE: The wad is designed for single player, although it supports cooperative and deathmatch.

Recommended difficulty: Ultra-Violence!


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printz

  
Quite a cool map set, where you have to resort to monster infighting and chainsawing to win.

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NuMetalManiak

  
the red key on the last map is only flagged for UV and NM, meaning I can't complete that level on a lower setting unless I cheat. other than that, some very fine old-skool maps which are fun to play on if you pay attention to gameplay over design.

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The maps here are very nice some wads just have meaningless crap just thrown toghether this is very noticeable that your in a fortress like citadel with very nice placed wall decorations not just random scattered all over. The monsters are placed well with good action feel fire fights You can hide behind pillers and walls its realistic. Theres no red key on easy skill so must be set on hard all the time that was a flaw to this 4 stars

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The good: Weapon\health balance in the first four maps, weapons behind the monsters. Looks like a good 1995 level. The bad: 5 times marble styled maps is too much, some repetitive monsters combo's, the simple layout (x4). 3/5 coldfusio

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almost good attempt to capture the true vanilla doom2 style. sadly it wasn't properly tested in appropriate ports - "GR Door Open" of first secret on map05 is tagged to zero tag and so brokes entire level.

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Just what it says on the tin: a 5-level package chock full of green marble textures. The maps themselves aren't bad, but not special, either, and the last one appears to be lacking a red key. Sorry, I'm not a fan of this. 2/5 - ZZ

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Good maps, though nothing too special. All 5 maps are playable from a pistol start, though some might be quite tough until you've hit upon a good strategy. Map03 is perhaps the pick of the bunch, gameplay-wise. Design and architecture are certainly competent.

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What can I say? Fun. I like old-school shit like this, even it may let me feel boring when some point of some levels... 4/5 -playerlin

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I love those small simple levels. Played it to the end. At the beginning it seemed like ammo was not enough but got better in the next levels. One thing, I couldn't find the red skull key at level five because as I found out later with an editor it was accidentally set to appear only in the hard level. 4/5 - Optimus

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3.5 stars - 1 for the diry "must play on UV" trick. Still rounding up to 3.

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By the way, when the author said "Recommended difficulty: Ultra Violence!" he was really recommending the hell out of it. The last required key map 5 is absent unless you play on skill 4. C'mon man, don't do that! Well the rest was fun up until that point. 4/5 -Lupinx-Kassman

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    • By MeriMemesX · Posted
      OMG I LOVE THIS MAP   Let's start with the fact that they literally give us free rein to explore the map with our pretty shotgun and I will always appreciate those things.   I love the ending because it is very silly and requires preparation to do it.   This map is beautiful and I love it.   PD: Contamination for you 
    • By MeriMemesX · Posted
      Well, for 1994 it is incredible   I love that verticality is used, I even love the level design, especially the puzzle of the doors, I love it   For the last part of the map it seemed like a medium high difficulty but when I killed everyone on the water ladder I was pleasantly impressed, I quite liked it.
    • By Amaruψ · Posted
      I played up to The Crusher and... frankly, it soured the taste in my mouth to the point that I don't want to continue and try all of the maps.    Surprisingly hideous and wonderfully claustrophobic architecture, with monotonic texture usage and gimmicks at every turn of the map. Then of course the Arch-Vile maze because apparently it's a necessity to copy the Casalis at least once in your mapping career. The crushing ceiling was just the cherry on the top. Not a fan.
    • By Xouman · Posted
      It was interesting,sometimes fun,sometimes hard,sometimes annoyingly hard but we later smile about it(Going Down feeling you know?),i loved the fact that everything feels and look different in terms of level design,sounds,texures and visuals,and the music is here to say to you "you're on a vacation/exploration trip...but not too much,it's Doom !",and technically some levels are great creations,obviously with a modified Id Tech 1,because the original one couldn't do things that some level showed i guess.   Ancient Aliens have a very good overall feeling to play,it's Doom,with a bit of Blake Stone,Star Wars,System Shock and maybe others inspirations,it's very risky to merge differerents inspirations into one big work.   DeadLostSoul,Commander Keen,EvilMarines new enemies are nice too.   My favorites Levels :   Arachnotron Arrival (Nice constant spider in the middle that keeps the pressure on you to move or hide,i liked the monster placements and traps too)   Last Refuge Of The Anasazi   Sinkhole Showdown   Dare To Fly Where Eagles Soar   Ancient Aliens   The Nectar Flow (Huge Level and fun to play)   Polychromatic Terrace   Blazing Boulevard   Wormhole Junction (Damn this is a Going Down Style level !)   Leave Your Sol Behind (A three time height ramp/elevator[don't know how to call that]in Doom? Didn't know that was possible,and flying saucers travel to others worlds,seriously?,didn't expected that o_O,loved the creativity on this level)   Daylight Under A Dark Sol   Culture Shock (A level in the clouds and touching the sky,successive teleporters,a tv working,ropes to elevate yourself,real scales,we need more levels like this,It reminds me that WOW EFFECT i had with Zeal World in Chrono Trigger when i saw all that,too bad it was short,but fantastic idea)   I Skipped Illuminati Confirmed (Too many details and enemies,lags as hell can't do anything,it looked like an insane level)   I Skipped Trinary Temple (Too Much Lags)   I Skipped The Ones Behind It All (Too Much Lags)   The lasts levels lags a lot on Brutal Doom,but that's not your fault,i don't want to play Vanilla Doom,BD is way better to me haha.
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      A half completed partial conversion based upon the late 90s anime franchise of Tenchi Muyo, that i'm aware It exist and It was relevant in the western anime fandom, despite i know It marginally but i saw a special (Tenchi Muyo in love!) and my first anime figurine it's one of Ryoko... Oh, and a pair of compilation wads using charatchers from this series (Mihoshi and... Ryoko maybe?) downloaded eons ago from anipike, only the site name will make you understand how old It was when i got them, if you know It. Back on the review topic, the levels itself are... Really crappy and cramped as i remembered them when i played this the same 00 decade period i talked before. MAP01 is a small structure that... I suppose it's... Uhhh... A prison? The Matrix massive glitching? Mihoshi fever wet dream? A schizotypical delirium in Doom level form? Anyway, it's a small abstract structure with a yellow key apparently missing from the map, with a central hub sex dungeon where unhappy Hitler cacos portrait are watching your suffering navigating uncanny small areas finding a way to progress in this place; MAP02 Is set in the titular orbital airship from the show where cutesy, badly paletted sprites from the RPG game welcoming you in the living quarters of the ship; MAP03 Is a unfinished Island map with a temple structure reachable only by idclip It. I gave up in this point and didn't played  Sprites and graphic work in general is... not that bad, actually, despite the raw nature of It. I liked the movie wall in MAP03 and the simple succubi sprite in MAP01. Music choice is a joke and have almost nothing to do with the original source over that... Japan and anime are involved somehow, but now i want to make a level where a slow blue lights walls room is rising up slowly while "Cruel Angel Thesis" MIDI blast from the speakers giving to all of this a bizzarre feeling. Cruel Lift Thesis, AH! What a funny guy i am! Overall a small weird project unfortunately not that good to be acceptable, but weird and "bad" enough to be remember in ages. Also, another "War and Peace" piece of review for a mediocre but bizzarre wad that i wrote after a very long time! Thanks Tenchi Muyo Doom!
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