|Memfis||looks like the correct file is back||x|
|Anonymous||Don't download. For some weird-ass reason, the drama-queen author decided to nuke his maps from the archive. Moron.||x|
|Anonymous||@ above person - thanks for telling me stuff I was already aware of, but I'm afraid just because I took one minute to type a constructive opinion doesn't imply I'm interested in modifying someone's else maps. Why wouldn't I use that time to create my own maps ? I guess some people don't like criticism, I'll stick to "OMG THIS ROX/SUX LOL 30493 STARS FOR U!!!11" next time.||x|
|Anonymous||@ first reviewer - each map was released on doomworld forums when it was done, so people could've made suggestions if they wanted. People can modify these maps if they want, and change gameplay or architecture or whatever. Authors MAY use these maps as a base for modification and reuse. Go for it!||x|
|Anonymous||HOLY SHIT THESE MAPS TOTALLY TEAR MY ASS UP!!!!!
Anyway, something I would expect from TOD, expectantly after experiencing play DIB on Skulltag online. Most of these levels feel like they are made for coop but after looking at the demos, they seem doable in single player. 4/5-Philnemba
|Anonymous||INFINITY BILLION STARS + ALL THE STARS IN THE UNIVERSE + ALL THEIR PLANETS AND MOONS + 1||x|
|Anonymous||Extremely hard maps, slaughterfests for the most part. Some areas drag on for too long, some are too dark or plain confusing unless you look at demos or check out the map in an editor first. Architecture is decent in some maps and poor in others, with an abstract feel to it most of the time. It could be a really great wad with a few refinements, but even as it is it's worth checking if you like that kind of gameplay. 4/5||x|