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Satan's Dominion Series

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Running... Hiding... They're everywhere... Running... Death everywhere... Home, safety.. Safe finnally, all my friends killed, my family... Satan, he found me, I can't hide. He has me. Darkness... Awakening. A cell, an unlocked door. Where am I? A window, demons and devils everywhere, Hell. I must escape, to preserve the life... Adventure through the Outpost in Hell, the first mission in the Satan's Dominion Series. Can you escape?


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This level starts a bit extreme, in a dungeon full of Iron Liches and yourself only with the Elven Wand and the artifacts. It's probably not playable on Black Plague, but fine on Smite Meister. It's pretty satisfying because you get the means to beat them all. Eventually the gameplay turns to normal, which is underwhelming on Smite Meister, but the author took care to add some puzzles and some interesting gameplay elements near the end.

 

WARNING: this level has a bug. At some point you'll encounter a continually rising wall, which will keep going up as you cross a line. That wall cannot be lowered by anything else! You will have to use the "kitty" cheat code to pass through.

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Architecture is pretty bland, but not outright ugly, while the gameplay is quite bad, with scattered monsters and poor weapon/ammo balance making for a map that's difficult in the wrong sort of way. The uninteresting mediocrity is punctuated with a puzzle that's clever in theory, but tedious in practice.

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