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Seamless 2: A Fake Circle

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Seamless 2 is a Vanilla Ultimate Doom map taking slot of E1M2 that makes no use of "use" lines. The theme is "base", there are about 120 monsters and the map takes less than 10 minutes to beat. The keys are MacGuffins. The difficulty is easy, to the point where the difference between HMP and UV is marginal and relies mostly on more health & ammo pickups on HMP. Unfortunately, despite taking slot of E1M2, it cannot be played seamlessly in ZDoom ports with the first Seamless because I have foolishly inserted a MAPINFO there that prohibits it.

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· Edited by JudgeDeadd


The map feels a bit too easy, but overall it's kinda fun and pleasant to the eye. The "no use lines" concept works well, resulting in an interconnected design that speeds up the gameplay.



Doom -- SP/Coop -- Vanilla

A short, fun map which contains no "use" lines (no switches or doors). This frees the gameplay from all stopgaps and provides a, dare we say, seamless run'n'gun experience. The difficulty level is more relaxing than anything (you shouldn't need any of the secrets) and the visuals are simple, but quite pleasing. Fun to play, but don't expect a particularly meaty challenge.


[Originally written Dec 2018 for The /newstuff Chronicles]

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The map does everything the readme says, heh. It indeed takes less than 10 minutes, is quite easy on HMP, has no use lines. But not much more than that.

It looks like a huge step back compared to the first one. Horrible STARTAN1 texturing everywhere.

Play this only if you like bad 1994-style levels.

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