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HUNTER.WAD, release 2

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A wham-bam, bippity-boppin' good Time wreakin' havoc among them Satanic civies and mutated meatheads. Watch your step and ALWAYS watch your back. It's not an impossible level and is quite solvable within a couple of tries. Well, maybe. Swap some lead. *** II *** There are no mechanical differences between my first release and this release. In this release I improved Y alignment, changed some textures, and added a few more dead bodies here and there. If you happen to have the first release, you probably got it from one of my friends. This wad is the first of a pseudo episode 4 series. Play difficulty is at least as difficult as the mid-episode 3 levels when set to ultra-violence.

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I downloaded this from Greece, instead of Germany, because I want to show solidarity with the poor fire-ravaged people of Greece. This is a simple, symmetrical early level, but it's surprisingly tricky - there's a lot of action and a couple of good traps, and one bit with some barons that's pretty fierce for 1994. Sadly the bulk of the level is a winding maze, that you absolutely have to explore, which sucks the fun out of it, like a mosquito.

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Design is not as good as CRATER.WAD, but this map is funny, especially on fiercy start and in the barons trap. And mentioned above me maze is not bad, actually. Worth to playing, experts may try this on uvfast, hehe. &&&&

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