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Hellborg

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I did this as an hoby, which it took too many time than it is supposed to. From time to time, I stopped designing, got bored from it, but and then again I wanted to continue. I was planning to make many more levels but since the new DOOM is coming, I want to give a shot to SnapMap :). I recommend using Zandronum because I never tried on other engines, actually I tried it on Doomsday Engine also(love the 3d effects) but some switches does not work properly which gets you stucked at some part of level. The Story is same as the original Doom's one. Some events happened and then you were sent to deal the HELL out of it :). Enjoy!


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Zalewa

  
The first two maps aren't too shiny. They're flat, easy and have glaring texture alignment errors. But then WAD picks up. Visuals get much better. Gameplay, while still rather easy, gets better. Maps are grand - each might take about 30 minutes to beat. Layouting suck though. Switches are far away from objects they trigger and so are keys. You backtrack alot through already cleared hallways. Due to technical errors and annoying layouting it doesn't deserve 5*, so I give it 4*.

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    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      A short map with a open layout that feels heavily DM in spirit (maybe it was created for this purpose) but with the addiction of monsters, keys and little interconnections around the map. Pretty cool.
    • By A.H. Sankhatayan · Posted
      This is just an early version of Plutonia Map09. There aren't many noticeable differences up until the final area which is just a simple room with an exit you can walk into right away.   The Plutonia map, Abattoire, isn't among its strongest maps, but the final room is one of the most memorable fights in the set. This version doesn't have it, so it lacks the best part of the final version.    Not really worth playing if you've already played Plutonia. Something something historic value... 
    • By A.H. Sankhatayan · Posted
      Seej is another early slaughtermap from Dario Casali. With roughly 1000 monsters, it surpasses both Punisher and Go 2 It.    Unlike Punisher, Seej manages to keep up its pace. The more open layout and better monster combinations make infighting much less viable and there aren't many safe spots. The item placement is also much more thought out, you actually have to explore the level to find weapons. Powerups and health are also more scarce.    The only time the level slows down is once you clean up most of the 300+ initial monsters, but then you start progressing trough it and Seej pulls its greatest trick. Schutzstaffel! If you are familiar with Dario's Requiem Map23, you'll immediately know what this means. The ghost monster setup is really similar to Requiem, they even both come out from some sort of Blood Fountain. I'm a big fan of using ghost monsters, and they are very effective here. From then, until the very end, Seej never lets down.   The level isn't very nice to look at, since 90% of it is the same brown brick texture, even though the architecture is pretty nice. Although, once you start killing, all the corpses laying around add a lot of colour to the map :)    Overall, Seej is worth playing both as a fun slaughtermap and for its historical value.    
    • By A.H. Sankhatayan · Posted
      Punisher is pretty much Dario Casali's version of Go 2 It.    From the start, the map seems to have more 2 it. The monster count is three times higher, you start getting attacked right away and there seem to be Pain Elementals everywhere. The problem is, once you gain a footing, the levels becomes much easier than Go 2 It. Monster Placement here is very haphazard, meaning that even with fever power-ups, you shouldn't have a problem. This also results in lot of infighting and not the good kind. Most of the population just kill each other even before you get 2 them. Punisher has one last trick up its sleeve though, and that is releasing a load of archviles once you progress far enough, which thankfully makes the map much more challenging again.    Overall, it's a good early slaughtermap. I think it looks better than Go 2 It, but the gameplay in its middle gets too easy, as the monster placement isn't as good as Go 2 It. Then again, it was built in 2 hours.   Punisher is still entertaining and worth playing if you like Go 2 It and want to see Dario's take on the concept.    Also, it has not new music so I suggest throwing some custom midi at it. 20 minutes of D_RUNNIN can't be good for your health.
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