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Doom2 Map14 Homage. AKA: A map submitted for Master Levels that was REJECTED! =]

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This is a Doom2 level - you'll have to idclev to map03 It's a level. Play it!


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A.H. Sankhatayan

  

The Inmost Dens seems to be one of the most loved Doom II levels. Milo Casali's Neurosphere is heavily inspired by it and it got 2 sequels in MM and HR2. It has a unique and detailed architecture unlike anything else in Doom II, which certainly makes it stand out.

 

Tom Mustaine is another author who took inspiration from it. His map is fine, not as good as the original but pretty good for 1995. It really isn't anything special though, worth playing mainly for its historic value. I really like Mustaine's levels, but this is probably his weakest. 

The story behind it is much more interesting than the map itself. Apparently, it was made for the Master Levels, but when American McGee saw it, he told Mustaine "...go make some of your own geometry! We aren't putting this in the Master Levels."

 

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riderr3

  

It's also has been rejected from PSX Final Doom.

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Zalewa

  
For a 1995 WAD - this is great! Very small and short but plays well, looks well and keeps you on your toes.

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NuMetalManiak

  
this is a smaller and less-detailed homage to the original MAP14. some memorable elements from the original level are here, but it's not as exciting as the original map. obviously, play it for its historic value.

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    • By roadworx · Posted
      it's like if the casali brothers got their hands on skillsaw's kamikaze soldiers   srsly tho, for 1995 this wad is pretty vicious. the moeller brothers love to throw some real nasty shit at you on the regular, but despite that it still remains very fun (albeit somewhat frustrating at times). the levels all look decent for 1995, and the spritework for the new enemies and textures is quite good as well. aside from a few specific things (the beginning of map06 for example) there's not really any genuinely bad things about the megawad. if you're a fan of older stuff then i highly recommend this mapset - it's not as refined as later stuff the moellers worked on like memento mori, but it's still great fun.
    • By roadworx · Posted
      a very fun mapset that, unfortunately, is plagued by a few bugs. it's mostly fine if you get the fix, but if you're unaware of it then it's gonna prevent you from progressing   it's a shame, because this really is a great mapset. it starts off somewhat standard but quickly becomes quite reminiscent of av's later levels. i highly recommend it if you're into that
    • By BladeWolf · Posted
      Master Levels Flashbacks intensify
    • By gingleheimer · Posted
      greatest wad ever also i hate my dad
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