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Days of Xornox The Bridge

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This is a wad that has 8 levels. This is the bridge to Xornox's world. It consists of mostly bosses. They are regular doom2 enemies made into hard bosses. I say that from level 4 and up the bosses become harder. The 4th boss is the hardest boss to beat I think. Lv's 1-7 are the bosses Lv 8 is the enterance to the Fire Palace.


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Memfis

  
Weirdass dehacked experiment trash wad with glitchy looking levels and boss monsters that can't be killed because you'll fall asleep sooner. I'm not exactly sure why this exists.

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tempun

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this wad is great

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You know, all the Xornoc wads s*ck f*cking ass.

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What the feck is going on in Frank Laing's tiny little mind? These 'levels', if you can call them levels, are so bad I downloaded the zip again in order to delete it again! absolute ZERO/5

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This is dated January 1998 and it's an unbelievably awful pile of cack from the uniquely bent Frank Laing. The eight levels are mostly just giant squares with randomly-splattered details and one (1) monster, except for Map08 which has no monsters. A Dehacked patch is supposed to make the baddies super-tough, but it doesn't seem to work and in any case you can usually just run to the exit. Was it all a big joke, like the Ruba maps? We may never know.

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