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Icarus: Alien Vanguard

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Icarus is a whole new set of 32 DOOM II levels from TeamTNT. It is now available on ftp.cdrom.com and its mirrors. See below for the exact path.

Icarus has 32 levels that are excellent for single and cooperative play, but we didn't forget the Deathmatchers of the world, either!

We've taken extra steps to make sure that every level is an exceptional Deathmatch level so that after you're done playing it alone, you can go through Icarus again and waste your buddies. Some maps have special features, and others reduce the level size for Deathmatch. In all cases, though, you'll know we had Deathmatch in mind when we made Icarus. And no more days of filtering through all the junky DM levels on the 'net.


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Wow! Let me just say that Icarus: Alien Vanguard is HARD. I'm currently struggling with the first level! So... many... HITSCANNERES. And not much ammo, even on HMP either! But it's a great level. I'm not sure what Doomworld meant by saying the looks have suffered. It looks great! I also only just realised you start Map 01 inside a crate. It's great!

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Good for its time. It's just ... pleasant in general. But, even so, I found myself wanting to "get through" its maps because they were too vanilla Doom for me. 3/5 because it's ... just pleasant. (I'm sure that I would have rated it higher in the past, but times change.)

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Icarus is a good wad, though it hasn't aged as well as most other classic wads from it's time.

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Well, the theme is good and the gameplay is good pretty much throughout, but the architecture on many maps leaves something to be desired. I am right on the fence between 3 and 4 stars here, but I think that I should give it 4 as it is still fun to play and keeps well to a theme. 3.5(4)/5 -Brandon D. Lade

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    • By whirledtsar · Posted
      Excellent adventure with a dark atmosphere, cool architecture, and fun gameplay. The level/puzzle design is well-done, with engaging puzzles across multiple maps and interesting spins on the traditional locales (eg. the fire level is a mountain on a sea of lava). The whole wolf theme was also unique and interesting. It was very helpful that completing everything necessary on a map resulted in the message "Map completed", preventing unnecessary backtracking. Unfortunately I didn't acquire enough aeon mana to unlock the aeon attack, but I did get enough to unlock the aeon passive (regenerating mana for the mage), and it was very useful. The new enemies & bosses look good, although they aren't perfect. There are a couple of oversights like how the wolves lack a death animation or the ettinwolves lack most noises. The best enemies were probably the statue bosses (who totally took me by surprise), as they were complete, fit best with Hexen's artstyle, and filled a unique role.   Unfortunately, the flame mask and ruined town puzzles do not work properly in newer versions of GZDoom, so you'll be forced to noclip to complete both of them if you start the game not in an older version. That isn't the author's fault though, so it's not a criticism.
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      Very good MEGAWAD. Keep up the good work guys!
    • By GuyNamedErick · Posted
      Two great vanilla maps with great challenge and excellent level design. The atmosphere is solid and vanilla textures are used wonderfully here, I especially love the sky texture here. Ammo might be a bit tight on the first map if you don't manage your ammo well, but otherwise, it's a fantastic set of vanilla levels.
    • By NuMetalManiak · Posted
      I actually haven't played this just yet, but I feel like I need to get something off my chest before I get to playing this wad. So read below:   Whoever is immediately downvoting my reviews as not helpful, even almost the instant I post them, get a fucking life. I want to know what I did that is making you hate everything I do. Come forward and speak, fucking coward. I try what I can to make my reviews worthy enough so that people can actually read some insight before playing a wad, and I'm as accurate as I can get. So then, whoever you are, tell me what I need to do to improve.   Still, downmarking everyone's reviews, especially the ones that just get recently updated, isn't really helping your cause. It isn't even helping any type of a cause, if you make of one. This hasn't happened to some of the more recent reviews right now, but it seems to happen more often to me than it does to others, and I bet this vote trolling isn't gonna stop soon. It should though. Either I'm doing something horribly wrong or someone just hates me or something.
    • By inicalsio2 · Posted
      I thought this wad was pretty fun. It had a little overabundance of Realm667, but that doesn't mean it's bad. I liked the challenge and the fact you have to conserve ammo. Over all, it's pretty good.
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