Rob (Cisco) Sarsorito|
Just one of a thousand PWAD's out there. Hope you enjoy it.|
Brendon Wyber (DEU 5.1) |
RaphaŽl Quinet (DEU 5.1)
Joe Wilcox (DEUH), (yep, it's a hack of DEU)
Colin Reed (BSP1.1X)
and of course, the great id Software team.
New level from scratch|
'bout 25 hours|
DEU 5.1, DEUH, BSP1.1X|
There's one spot that gives the HOM. Live with it.|
|Anonymous||Average stuff, even for it's day. 3/5 -Mr. Chris||x|
|Anonymous||Gameplay: Its ok. Some spots you could get stuck in and sometimes you're left to fend for yourself and find very well hidden doors. But its not bad.
Audio: I like the Star Wars music. I dunno if it went well with the rest of the level, but I like the music.
Special Usage: I love the hallway that's completely dark with the red lines on it. Completely cool. Cool streetlights.
Conclusion: It was a pretty good WAD for its time. Very nice.||x|
|Anonymous||This is from 30 May 1994. It's slick for something so old - one corridor has an attractive and subtle use of scrolling textures, which was unheard of in 1994. There's a little outdoors bit with some streetlights that still looks good all these years later, indeed the author uses light levels wisely throughout the level. The gameplay is only so-so, with a reliance on unmarked doors and mazes, but this is an early classic. The author seems to have retired after this.||x|
|Anonymous||The first PWAD I ever played. Cool Star Wars music, nice new sky, some neat parts. A classic, as mentioned before. Try it.||x|
|Anonymous||Classic from the early days of WAD making||x|