Title: Blood, Sweat, & more Blood
Filename: levels/doom/a-c/bsb.zip
Size: 274.86 KB
Date: 12/30/95
Author: Steve Johnston
Description: Single player WAD, not set for deathmatch. Not great for co-op either. Made as slugfest. Save your ammo. There are some dark areas which house monsters, which may or may not be your cup of tea. Also, when I say slugfest, I don't mean one big square room with 1,000 mosters in it. That means that there are no huge puzzles to figure out, your path is pretty much laid out for you, and your ammo may get low. E1M2 is sort of an exception, it has a small teleporter puzzle, but just run through different teleporters, you get it eventually. It's not too difficult. Another thing, I am not personally big on secrets, and niether are my WADs. They will be fairly obvious to someone that is paying attention. The secrets are not neccessary to finish the level. PS, when you see a save game sign....
Credits: Makers of DCK, WADed, and Deutex for fine edit programs. ID for a great game that plays great and is less filling.
Base: New levels from scratch
Build time:
Editor(s) used: DCK, Deutex, WADed to build nodes, paintbrush Creative Labs Wavestudio.
Bugs: One pillar in E1M1 has a tendency to dissappear.
Rating: (2 votes)
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I'd say these are worth downloading. I'll wager a guess the author likes street fighter, based off the awesome music picks. The Ryu/Guile remix on e1m3 is awesome, and the maps are fairly solid, just a little dated.x
Four maps, and they're pretty much all alike. They look okay (I could spot only a couple of bugs and misalignments), but they're quite annoying. For example, the new sounds are awful, large portions of E1M1 are very dark, there's a retarded teleport puzzle in E1M2, and there's an equally retarded crusher trap in E1M4. Also, some bits don't work as intended (I think). Some good fights and traps, but most stuff here is boring and not good enough to warrant a download. --2/5x

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