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Innocence II

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A 5 level (+1 secret level) mapset for DooM II. It is a reimagining of the Shores of Hell and Inferno storyline. The maps were made to emulate the feel of E2 and E3 maps from Ultimate DooM, while using DooM II's resources.


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Endless

  

There is nothing innocent here!

 

Lol, this little mapset is great, quite short but very fast, it reminds me of the action of Scythe (one of my favorite maps) and it fills me with nostalgia to think about how great it was to play it, but going back to this map, it's simple and dynamic, the combat is quite entertaining and the maps are practically, follow the path without losing, quite simple but created in a way that allows to continue with the flow of fun, in addition, it adds even new monsters that remind a

bit of Hexen, quite great.

 

Highly recommended, especially to kill time in a great and brutal way, the design of the maps is simple but beautiful, the enemies are well placed and gives us all kinds, my only problem with the map is maybe the little Ammunition and not so good placement of items, in itself, does not need many because of the small size of the maps, but I feel that it can be improved, anyway, enjoy this map, without a doubt, this type is my favorite, small but playful ... wait.

 

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Gallic00

  

Nice little mapset with short maps and nice layouts.  Cool enemies.

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GoneAway

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Not crazy about the cyberdemon modification personally, but this a fun and short set of maps for when you have a bit of time to kill.

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Guest

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I did have to use the "Resurrect" cheat a little bit and the "IDBEHOLD-L" once for eyesight reasons, but this is a pretty darn good WAD. The secret level name was clever, but the level itself was too short. I also like how the cyberdemon could direct it's rockets. Overall, a 4/5.

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Guest

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short and fun

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Guest

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Mixed bag. Levels have overall simple but consistent hell-themed look-and-feel, and the new monster sprites are funny. Maps 01-03 & 06 are very small, have overall quite simple map layout, and gameplay @ UV is below average. 04 is a bit larger and has a bit better gameplay. 06 is a one-area level with one rapid-fire cybie (yawn). Overall: not bad, but way too simple map layout, and gameplay is not so good. 3/5, imho disappointingly given the high rates above.

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Guest

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Had an absolute blast playing through this wad!

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Guest

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Certainly no classic. But still an enjoyable little set of maps. :)

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NuMetalManiak

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wow, this was awesome, the secret level was an interesting take on E2M9 and the new cyberdemon certainly surprised me with how he fired. really good ZDoom set.

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Fairly decent, fun to play.

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      this wad SAVED MY MARRIAGE. 3/5
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    • By BoxY · Posted
      Horribly glitchy and impossible to see or do anything in the game. Literally every single texture is glitched out, only thing that works normally is the shooting sounds. 5/5
    • By Shaii · Posted
      I wanted to try this mod because everyone said it was really good and it won an award, but it must have been corrupted during the upload because it is literally unplayable. Horribly glitchy and impossible to see or do anything in the game. Literally every single texture is glitched out, only thing that works normally is the shooting sounds. Are people rating this 5 and calling it art as a joke or something? If so, I don't get it. :/
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