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Author:Henrik Oresten (Giftmacher)
Title:Tomb of Fenrir (2f423280b325fcf51f805f6373fd3c6f)
Filesize:2582 Kilobytes
Release date:08.01.2017
Additional Links: Func_Msgboard
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

Files in the ZIP archive:
File Size Date
ad_fenrir.bsp3815 KB08.01.2017
ad_fenrir.lit1128 KB08.01.2017
ad_fenrir.map3105 KB08.01.2017
ad_fenrir.wad900 KB08.01.2017
ad_fenrir_readme.txt3 KB08.01.2017 - Tomb of Fenrir

Medium to large medieval-style dungeon in a subterranean lava cave. The map source and the texture wad are included.

Note: This map requires Arcane Dimensions and an engine port with increased limits.

Tags: medium, large, medieval, dungeon, lava, cavern, ad, limits, source

Editor's Rating: Excellent
User Rating: 3.8/5 with 11 ratings
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bfg666 Registered, rated this a 4 11 January 2017, 8:07

A very good new AD map, and first Quake release from Giftmacher. Here's hoping to see more from him. Quite linear but has nice pacing, cool secrets and great atmosphere. Note that this map wrongfully assigns a non-existing track0, so pick your favorite track, copy/paste it to your Quake music folder and rename it to track0 for even greater atmosphere.

Pritchard Registered, rated this a 4 20 January 2017, 7:52

Decently long, with a very moody feel to it that teeters on the verge of being "too damn dark" at times.

It does play like a string of encounters linked together one after the other, although towards the end it does try and double back and re-use some of its areas. The combat can get quite difficult at times; having an ogre firing down a curved staircase at the player is always a good trick, and that particular encounter stuck out the most to me (Probably because it killed me once!).

Definitely a very good first release.

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