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Rule the world!

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Rule the world! Finally a wad where you're bad instead of good! This wad is fairly straight forward, with many different settings. There are skill levels, so if its to hard try it on hurt me plenty or i'm to young to die. its easier once you know the layout. It's also one of the better wads i've seen.


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Short, primitive level with quite unattractive gameplay.

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"Rule the world!" - I don't get it. "Finally a wad where you're bad instead of good!" - That doesn't have to do with anything It basically sucks. No joke. "It's also one of the better wads i've seen." - You mean "made"... or did you.

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Much of this resembles maps 20 and 21 from Doom 2, both in appearance and gameplay. Pretty fun little map to play, with two tricky-to-find secrets, a very straight-forward progression and a cute finale. Good for a quick play-through. --2/5

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this map is ok

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yo malcom, too much inspired by map20 and map21. 3 stars, it does deserve a try

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This is from September 1995. The author boasts that it's one of the better wads he has seen; it's not bad for 1995, bit trivial nowadays. It feels bitty, because it's made out of several very small arenas - a blood castle, a cavern, a tiny garden, and then a final battle against a spawn shooter. The final battle is confusing as heck - you have to hang around near the exit, waiting for the switch to open again. It's the most entertaining bit, but it's too short.

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