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A desolate, desserted base in the middle of nowhere. No one knows how it appeared, but are sure glad it did. A very fun, quick fraggin' deathmatch! For those who like surprizes...


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geo

· Edited by geo

  

Gammos is a cluster phobic death match drenched in silver. No accent color... just silver. Silver floors, silver ceilings, silver walls, silver control panels. Well, there is an exception, a pair of laughably tall lifts take you down to an exterior full of crates that has no silver. The silver rooms need more accent colors, because wow... they are some silver rooms.

 

This seems to be a transport facility of some sort with 5 or so transporters in the center that will take you to various parts of the facility. Most rooms have two doors so you can just about run in circles. That is if you didn't have to open doors and you'll get shot in the back before you open them.

 

There are a few switches, one leads behind a secret waterfall which is cool. The others just call for the lifts. The level needs a bit of open areas, windows and a more open feel. Right now, this is an entirely realistic, flat, narrow playing field. There is no cover other than the outside having tall boxes, so when you see someone expect to get shot.

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