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SHOCK.WAD

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Well, this is my first attempt at making a scratch level for Doom. Let me begin by saying all flames to /dev/null.

My goal was simply to familiarize myself with the basic features that DEU 5.0 afforded. And to this end, I have designed a simple 23 sector map suitable for two-player deathmatches.

This level is not very good for solo or co-op play. No trick or traps, no moving objects, no transporters. But I did drop a few monsters in just to make it interesting.


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Waste of time.

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Where the fuck is the exit?!

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"Where the fuck is the exit?!" - it's in the bottom-right corner. Besides, this is a deathmatch level, a very early one. And a completely undistinguished one as well; basically a hub-style design with a central room and four rooms around it. There isn't any detailing at all. 13 monsters. It would be okay but ultra-minimal in deathmatch (there is a flow, but almost nothing to it).

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    • By Argenteo · Posted
      Short and sweet trip through a radioactive nuke base. Maybe there are some multiple paths to explore it.
    • By Forli · Posted
      When a map only has one sector, the monsters won't wake up from seeing the player and won't attack either, that's something I learned from testing custom monsters, but I'm not sure of why it happens.   My only guess is that there's probably some function that checks if a monster can see the player by comparing the heights of sectors or something like that, and since it cannot compare two sectors when there's only one it never gets called. That's only a guess, I really have no idea, I couldn't find anything when I googled it.
    • By rd. · Posted
      This could ascend to Cacoward quality with a simple copy/paste clone job -- then it'd be Double Impact. *booed off stage*    It's an adequate "my first map." You chew up lumps of fodder with weaker weapons in small rooms with sharp directional lighting for about 2 minutes. One of the secrets was cool. Satisfying enough.
    • By smeghammer · Posted
      errrmm... Yeah. They really don't. Its not as if they are dormant - they follow you. Even the archvile. It's slightly surreal having a mob of doom monsters following without attacking.   If that was used effectively, it might be cool. But to misquote Wolverine - it's a big square room...
    • By smeghammer · Posted
      Definitely plays a lot like E1M1. Not a bad quick play at all. I like these short-n-sweet ones!
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