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Immortalizer: Dimension of the Doomed v0.2 BETA 2

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I wish to start off by saying that this is the first BETA edition of a work in progress. The Character Selection and Skill Selection Menu are finished, but all skills are equal. I hope to have all of the skills in place for the next BETA.


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Never_Again

  

Another day, another stolen map.

 

E2M1 of IMMLEV is a ripoff of ARENA, a tutorial WAD David Bruni designed and wrote detailed tutorials for in the 3D Alchemy book. Walbert's edit of it was so incompetent that four times out of five it will crash vanilla seconds into the level with a "P_CrossSubsector" error. Crispy and prboom-plus crash every time.

 

Oddly enough, Choco loads the map without complaints but you get stuck early on due to the "author" apparently using a paper bag over the head as a map-editing tool.

 

The second map is largely a barebones crate maze. A secret door next to the first key leads to an unmarked exit that dumps you on the stock secret level. Too bad, as the third level finally shows a glimpse of promise, albeit somewhat marred by HOM and mislabeled key doors. This, too, is apt to an abrupt end with another unmarked exit switch.

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*Headscratch* Other than being a blatant '96 wad with huge open rooms, odd weapons, and bad monster placement (i.e E2M1 big open room a lot of demons, not enough ammo.) The music fits the wad semi-perfectly. I liked Something That I Could Never Have as the midi for the first map. 3* out of 5*. Avoid if you don't like old maps.

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    • By chlef · Posted
      Yeah, doesn't merit a 5, but it is a very good small map.
    • By chlef · Posted
      Dull, ordinary, dull, plain and dull. Barely acceptable as a time killer when you are desperate. The only impression the mapper leaves you with is laziness. A little more effort and this could have been OK.
    • By P1e0r0c0y · Posted
      9.5/10. My Favourite Ultimate Doom Megawad for sure. Awesome levels, secrets and great monster placement.    Heres my video review-    
    • By Lykos · Posted
      Very good wad! Nothing to tell about visuals and maps desings, very good quality 5/5. Gameplay 3,5/5. Some maps were boring in terms of challenge. It never get harder, with some few exceptions of course. My favorite maps was, in order: 12: The best map of the wad! very good music, textures, and atmosphere. Map 20: The same! (love your soundtrack Eris falling) Map 29: The map with the best difficulty. Map 30: Very good IoS. Original as hell. Map28: Good one but what the hell the red and blue keys? I didn t  understand that. I know that some autors made more than 1 map but I think that a project with many autors need more variety with the gameplay.A lot of  maps looks like was made by the same guy, i mean, very fine maps but almost the same challenge, similar atmosphere and noise midis. I tell this in a constructive criticism way. Love u guys.
    • By Nesbros_YT · Posted
      looks really COOL, I'll wanna play that, soon as I get back home, cause my chromebook will NOT run doom.
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