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The Inner Center

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Carlos Lastra

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A level designed as a mix of Doom 2 + Ultimate Doom

Base

New from scratch

Build Time

2 weeks

Editors Used

Doom Builder 2 (Doom2 settings) and Slade3 (MAPINFO)




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Zalewa

  • 4
   0 of 1 member found this review helpful 0 / 1 member

Mild action with mild difficulty but with lots of visual clutter that builds a detailed tech-base map. Very convex layout. Good in overall.

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Gothic Box

  • 5
  

A nice small map that stands on its own. Great detailing, especially since it doesn't use slopes, 3D floors, or custom textures. The level progression is quite interesting - the way you used lowering floors to reveal new areas and create shortcuts was by far my favorite part of the map. My only qualms are that some buttons alter things on the other side of the map that were not immediately obvious, and a specific teleporter traps enemies from a nearby monster closet.

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Trupiak

  • 5
  

Casual, straight foward map with interesting level design, smart secrets and good progression, replayed it a couple of times and looked for secrets, they are pretty rewarding... if you're looking  for a simple, single map to play - this is it, no need to look at the map and scratch your head, wondering where's the fricking door; everything's obvious, the gameplay is smooth

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  • File Reviews

    • By Cauldron · Posted
      All killers, no fillers.
    • By Dedalus 80 · Posted
      The map is a pleasant, detailed and HUGE structure.  On the other hand it is too labyrinthine and the fight are not engaging. Things I hated: two little buttons (too difficult to find) and the mice (they don't blend well in the futuristic/nightmarish setting of Doom). Things I loved: vehicles/aircraft and the wide variety of textures.   P.S. For a first map this is absolutely stunning. My compliments...    
    • By silentzorah · Posted
      Pretty solid ZDoom megawad.  Very few maps that I found poor in quality.  Challenge level is acceptable, secret levels are pretty fun.  Wished more ZDoom wads were like this.   I would have rated this five stars, but failing to credit me for the boss music in E1M9 merits four stars.
    • By The_SloVinator · Posted
      Played on UV.   The Good If you need more of a classic Dos DooM from 93, then look no further. This was done brilliantly, especially the Cyberdemon & Spider Mastermind battles.   The Bad Nothing.   In summation Don't miss on this one. Three episodes of goodness!  
    • By Summer Deep · Posted
      This is a strange mixture. A more 'hellish' and, overall, more difficult version of the maps it's based on. Nonetheless, the consistency varies widely.    I didn't die or save once in the first five levels, but then the fun starts. Level six is much tougher, with a crazy finale featuring instantly respawning arachnotrons - one of them revived itself five times before it was permanently extinguished. Level seven, based on 'Dead Simple' of course, presents an archvile-based encore which will cause most players considerable frustration.    Things then settle down again: maps 8 and 9 are not notably harder than the originals, and map 10 has plenty of health and ammo (plus two invincibility spheres). The final level is a somewhat challenging one, in which killing everything, certainly if playing on the top difficulty setting, is probably impossible, most obviously in the exit room.    This is an attractive mapset, visually pleasing and imaginative, and with generally solid gameplay. I just wish the author could have achieved a more evenly graduated  difficulty curve, and maybe toned down the occasional excesses. Overall I'd give it 4+ out of 5.   Played on UV, continuous, GLBoom+.