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1_on_1.WAD

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Just one of a thousand PWAD's out there. Hope you enjoy it.


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This is from 30 May 1994. It's slick for something so old - one corridor has an attractive and subtle use of scrolling textures, which was unheard of in 1994. There's a little outdoors bit with some streetlights that still looks good all these years later, indeed the author uses light levels wisely throughout the level. The gameplay is only so-so, with a reliance on unmarked doors and mazes, but this is an early classic. The author seems to have retired after this.

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Gameplay: Its ok. Some spots you could get stuck in and sometimes you're left to fend for yourself and find very well hidden doors. But its not bad. Audio: I like the Star Wars music. I dunno if it went well with the rest of the level, but I like the music. Special Usage: I love the hallway that's completely dark with the red lines on it. Completely cool. Cool streetlights. Conclusion: It was a pretty good WAD for its time. Very nice.

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Average stuff, even for it's day. 3/5 -Mr. Chris

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Classic from the early days of WAD making

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The first PWAD I ever played. Cool Star Wars music, nice new sky, some neat parts. A classic, as mentioned before. Try it.

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    • By Lol 6 · Posted
      I strongly recommend it. It's a fantastic well done megawad. It has good maps and it houses the few slaughter maps I love. It's also fantastic for coop. It also has very good music (well, stock music with custom music)   I can't stop playing it and I can't recommend it enough. 10/10
    • By rd. · Posted
      Doom causes Violence after all
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      A little fun techbase with lots of cool new textures and fun gameplay! Level is kinda easy-ish but it's a good way to pass time. Good map!
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      what_a_trip.png   No, really, that's a pretty trippy experience. Lots of blinking lights in skies and in stairs and in long hallways, huge structures that looks both pretty anonymous and pretty foreboding, it's like the sum of what people thinks of 1994 maps. Maps are too large for the original intent of DM and are too empty and uses way too easy enemies for a decent fight (with the expection of TOOHARD.WAD that is... actually not that hard, but have some challenge from the other maps). The only good map (that actually looks like a map) is TECHNO.WAD (or RICKDOOM.WAD E1M3), is a decent techbase with a somewhat interesting design and the only reason that saved these maps from taking 1 star.   Anyway, who is Rick Kelly? Somebody famous? At least here in Doom community.
    • By StupidBunny · Posted
      I remember playing this ages ago when it was still a WIP.  I'm so glad to find it again, it's one that really stuck in my memory (thanks @00_Zombie_00 for bringing it up in the reviews!)  Such a neat atmospheric WAD, love the tower climb concept and the slow burn of action in the map.  It turned out great, right up to the end.
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