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GATUY

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A detailed single player only-level in an urban setting for DOOM 2. Some devious puzzles as well as loads of action. If you appreciate elaborate level design, then this is for you. (Should also appeal to Duke Nukem-fans, since it includes some toilets.)

There are no truly secret secrets in this level.


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Doomkid

  
This map is really good for it's age. Fun little city map, easy too.

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Hmm. The review above is very poor. Yet the level design notes actually *advertise* the presence of toilets, despite the fact that toilets are a sure-fire sign of a poor level. The map itself is a small city street with some houses and a bridge; it's not bad, but there's a bug in that a key door can be opened from inside by the monsters before you find the key (indeed, I couldn't find a way to get that particular key legitimately; the switch that lowered the wall was behind the wall).

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fuckin cool map, check out the soccer game!

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