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Denim Destroyer

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  1. Denim Destroyer

    Post Your Doom Picture (Part 2)

    Played through the new Postal and found the obligatory Doom reference.
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    Postal 4: No Regerts

    I just finished the first day which is all the game has at the moment. Pretty much the same as Postal 2 with a few new things such as vehicles and the ability to stack crates. If you are a die hard Postal fan and can't wait for more content then get it now, otherwise wait a little while till more content is added. Also I found this:
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    what are you working on? I wanna see your wads.

    Personally I believe the best way to make terrain in Doom is to take advantage of the games blocky aesthetic. Making your rock faces jagged will not only lower your linedef count but will also prevent your terrain from looking out place in an almost three decade old game. If you want examples of good Doom terrain I would recommend checking out the later maps in Ancient Aliens first episode.
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    Doom now officially set in Stone

    Apparently Bethesda is now selling a stone slab with the coverart of Doom. Personally I am glad that the Flinstones can now enjoy Doom.
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    Saltwater: A single-map Boom WAD

    Played through on UV and thought it was quite a challenge until I started finding secrets. The rocket launcher and minigun obliterate any challenge present, now I am not saying to remove them as I feel it is the only way to deal with all the hordes of enemies that will be revived by the Arch-Viles. Finding the secrets is not the most intuitive thing in this level due to the lack of any indication that a wall can be activated. Overall I enjoyed what you made especially, with the simple but gorgeous texture use.
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    Ion Fury, a new Build Engine game out now.

    Just beat Ion Fury. Overall I say it's great and I recommend you play it if you are a fan of any Build Engine game. It does however suffer from a lack of unique weapons and the last few levels feel rather samey. The soundtrack has got to be one of my favorite parts through, it really fits the game.
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    Techtonic Habitat

    Played through on UV and get 100% kills and secrets. I like how the were multiple points of entry in a couple rooms and the use of elevation grab a few items like the chainsaw was a nice touch. The surprise Imp room next to the red key gave me a good jump but I feel the only way I survived was due to luck and not skill. I also feel the level would be better if you cut down on the monster count near the middle and gave the player less medkits. One thing that stuck out to me was your texturing and overall detailing, your use of textures was nice in the dark computer hallways around the middle of level. Some rooms are rather sparse when it comes to detailing, most notably the starting room and the bright cement1, however as you become more accustomed to whatever editor you use I imagine that problem will be fixed in future levels. One thing to keep in mind about detailing is having large rooms with flat walls and one texture rarely looks good, try to add depth to your walls by adding sunken in computer stations or support pillars. Overall I found the level fun to play and it kept me engaged throughout the whole thing.
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    Factory Substation (DOOM II)

    Good map despite how short it is. Would recommend less doors as I feel all of them except for the exit door to be unnecessary.
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    What kind of wads you guys enjoy

    My favorite levels are ones that focus on free flowing combat and don't have hundred of monsters on a small or medium map. Another thing I noticed the more user levels I played, the more I tend to remember levels that are obviously supposed to represent a particular location. Either it be a research facility, ruined city, or ancient temple complex those are all more memorable to me than just wide open interconnected areas that seem to defy any form of logic.
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    Amid Evil: Full Release

    Good game just a little shorter than what I would like.
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    Akeldama - First Beta Released!

    Unfortunately I lost the data on a good a portion of my maps not just the one for Akeldama.
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    Akeldama - First Beta Released!

    I don't believe I can finish my map in time, recently I had to build a new computer and lost some data I had backed up including all of my Akeldama map progress. This is also not helped by general lack of interest in mapping and Doom at the moment. I am willing to contribute in some other fashion if that is possible.
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    Akeldama - First Beta Released!

    Did we ever come up with a titlepic? I would try a mockup but I'm not sure what the theme would be.
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    Waste Abandonment

    Waste Abandonment is a medium sized interconnected level full of challenge that at first feels fair but becomes annoying towards the end of the level. The only fault with this map is how after the blue key is picked up the level turns into a light slaughter map with swarms of light monsters with the occasional revenant and archvile. The only improvement I could think of would to decrease the size of the late level monster swarms and add more mid class enemies like mancubus or cacodemons.
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    Phobos Control Center

    This has the potential to be good but the combination of boring combat and unnecessary switches (why does every door require a switch) makes this level mediocre.
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