Title: Mission X
Filename: themes/DAC/dac2005/dac10.zip
Size: 38.09 KB
Date: 01/21/06
Author: Bloodshedder
Description: Your typical episode one-styled WAD. The first level PWAD I have ever released.
Credits: Agent Spork: map tweaking, a significant area of the map, playtesting Torn: another significant area of the map Sarge Baldy: map tweaking Kaiser: playtesting
Base: New from scratch
Build time: Eight months? off and on
Editor(s) used: Doom Builder
Rating: (10 votes)
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Erudite e1 style design and sagacious progression.but visual and fights both are rudimentary along that unmarked lift made it looks 10 years old from its actual age...dunno author intended to create a resemblance with early era maps or its general first attempt scenario...average overall x
Remarkably well done for a first released map. Has a high copy&paste from the originals factor, but all fits quite well. The map shows author has taken care for almost all aspects of level building, which is rare for a first map. As such: solid 3*.x
Nice and easy, not a bad level. At least one monster fails to teleport out, though; and the lift down to the underground section (too short and simple to be called a maze) could be marked in some way. Like the way the map unexpectedly looped on itself.x
A bit of a disappointment. It's clearly a riff/parody of E1 themes, although it copies some of the worst bits of the original levels (the stone maze in E1M4?). It's like one of those ultra-arch intellectual parodies where you're supposed to chuckle inwardly. It just feels like a poor-quality 1994-era level. The design work is even deliberately bad. You can finish it in no time; the toughest enemies are demons.x
Pretty easy; perhaps would fit well as the first in a set. I liked the "déjà vu" touches, especially as you move on.x
Un beau tableau jouable et court bien fait que j'ai reussi en une vie a UVFast en 11 min - 4/5 - Eye'sx
Very appropriate for its date, a Classic Doom style map! Certainly not the most creative DAC map, but lots of fun and fits the style perfectly!x

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