Blind Alley X: Forlorn

I had a suspicion we'd be seeing some demos for this map. :)
I still haven't watched the external one yet...

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TUD, Thanks much for taking time to do a Demo run in there.

Opulent, I think I will trying one in the next day or so. Mine aren't very fast, but shoot, there is a lot of fun factor in there.

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Erik said:

I thought your demo was great searcher.


This time the demo in the wad pack was from Rich Sham. And I have to agree, he did a great job on it. Gosh I can't touch his time on that map.

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Opulent said:



NOTE: This is a newer demo than the one included in the wad pack.

Opulent, thanks for posting this for me.:)


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This is a legacy 1.40 lmp of Gene Bird's bndalyx.wad (newstuff)

Style: UV Max (100% kills/100%secrets)

Time: 7:52


In keeping with Gene's trademark style he has again created another fun-filled map guaranteed to provide nice design, attractive architecture, tons of monsters, and great battles. All from the mind of Mr. Bird. :)

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Very smooth, you are obviously quite familiar with the map =)

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Thanks!

I've playtested and recorded everyone of Gene's maps. There's something about his designs that seem to be a perfect match for my style. They flow very nicely, have perfect monster placement, great battles, and are quite enjoyable to play.

Actually, I've experienced similar feelings when playing your designs, especially sycthe and bldnight.

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Most of the demos I have watched from you have been pretty slow and careful, this sure was something different.

I am glad you enjoyed scythe, hopefully there will be sequel in the not too far future.

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Erik said:

Most of the demos I have watched from you have been pretty slow and careful, this sure was something different.



Well, I'm 65 years old and, unfortunately, no longer have the reaction time I enjoyed in my younger years, but I keep working at it.

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Rich said:

Well, I'm 65 years old and, unfortunately, no longer have the reaction time I enjoyed in my younger years, but I keep working at it.


I hope I'll still be dooming when I'm of that age, or, uhhm, 40 years later :)

Nothing but respect to you Rich.

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