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dmprtl.zip

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EVERWHERE YOU TURN, SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS TRYING TO STOP YOU. TO KILL YOU. HAVE YOU CONSIDERED WHY THEY BEHAVE THIS WAY? WHAT ARE THEY PROTECTING? WHAT ARE THEY HIDING? PERHAPS THEY'RE TRYING TO TELL YOU SOMETHING. MAYBE YOU SHOULDN'T BE WANDERING AROUND THEIR FACILITY PUSHING BUTTONS. MAYBE THEY'RE TRYING TO STOP YOU FOR YOUR OWN GOOD...


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Starts off decent and difficult for 1994, but quickly goes downhill as soon as you reach the inescapable switch room behind a blue door. After you enter the "portal", everything turns to shit with a dark, boring, unmarked maze with no ammo. It could've been a good map, but poor design choices ruined it. Also, the only non-secret weapon is a shotgun. Ugh. 2.5/5

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Large, extremely violent, fun map, split into two parts: First part is a well-designed techbase. Tons of monsters and traps everywhere, and a clever progression. The second part is a maze in hell, poorly designed, much duller. No ammo here, so use the chainsaw/fist often. Fine secrets (apart from an "impossible" one). A trick jump to the switch room down in the ooze is needed to finish the map without cheats because of a design flaw. Lots of stragglers means 100% kills may be tedious. Recommended. --4/5

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