Basically, I was looking at maps that were
released on this date to the archives 20 years ago and I read
the description and that was when I knew I had to p lay ti.
Enjoy! I'ts hard to believe they coudl produce this stuff with
the tools they had 20 years ago.
This was actually Way more difficult than I was expecting. The
author laid some nice traps and the level wa really well
designed.. There is one room where the author used walk through
walls that were see through on the opposite side (the side the
bad asses could see you from). So, having them come through
those walls (all unexpected like) was pretty cool and definitely
boosted the difficulty level - as did the exit room which
featured not only revenant and a shitload of other minions but
an archvile as well - have fun with that!
This map absolutely beats the living shit out of some of
the stuff that people send me for review - so here's a tip - if
your map isn't at least as well designed as this one, which was
created with tools far more archaic than anything you need to
use, then don't bother....
It was pretty quick but I had to use up some save slots to get
through it and it was really an honestly fun map to play
through. This would make a great speed map for someone who might
want to see if they can rip through it in like 5 minutes
or less. (I think it can be done).
Overall (Not an Average): 8
Given the difficulty of mapping with tools that amount to stone
age tools, this was an amazingly detailed and enjoyable map. I
was constantly surprised by the traps laid by the author and the
sheer depth of what he created. Enjoy! I love going back in time
to visit the classics!