Username: Password: Remember Me
Or would you like to register?
Screenshot of armorgod
Author:Scott McNutt
Title:Armour of God
Download:armorgod.zip (dacc52c8e2cb24e19aa9f2ef7a8e2ab0)
Filesize:835 Kilobytes
Release date:20.07.1997
Homepage:
Additional Links: Crash'sSPQ Level HeavenTEAMShambler
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

Files in the ZIP archive
Files in the ZIP archive:
File Size Date
Armorgod.bsp1836 KB20.07.1997
armorgod.txt7 KB20.07.1997

armorgod.zip - Armour of God

Medium sized Wizard map. OK.

Tags: medium, wizard

Editor's Rating: Average
User Rating: 3.8/5 with 17 ratings
You can NOT add ratings if you are not logged in.
12345
Icantthinkofanickname Registered, rated this a 3 18 January 2014, 1:39

This is much better than ok and the best of Scott McNutt's maps on this site, in my opinion.

A little plain by current standards, but nice-looking and quite large. Combat is varied, which is interesting: at times you are almost completely alone, and then you suddenly find yourself attacked from all sides. This creates tension and feels realistic – but sadly, it is usually achieved by having enemies very obviously teleport in, which feels artificial (to me, at least).

3 plus; recommended.

JMP Registered, rated this a 4 17 January 2017, 8:25

This is definitely better than average--objectively I'd call it a 4, but I give it a 5 because this is the kind of map I really enjoy. It's an old-school castle map with progression that's mostly linear but doesn't feel linear. The two secrets I found were clever. There are also at least a couple unofficial secrets that aren't too difficult to find and spice things up.

The only drawback is what "Icantthink" mentioned-- a lot of the challenge and suspense come from enemies teleporting in near the player, which gets tedious by the end of the map.

brunomiwa Registered, rated this a 4 11 January 2019, 19:31

Liked this map, felt like an lighter chapter 4 map from id maps.

couldn't find all the secrets but wasn't really searching for them

pmk Guest 5 April 2019, 4:59

This is Scott McNutt's best released quake thus far that I have played from him. Even thought the map could have used much more detail in brushwork and environmental design, it is an old school quake map that is fun to play just like id's original quake levels. It has interesting combat scenarios and plenty of clever secrets hidden within the level for the player to discover. I also enjoyed the fact some of the guns were hidden from the player within the level and that exploration was encouraged in order to find the player's weapons. Overall i would highly recommend playing this quake map if you enjoy playing classic styled quake maps and would give a four out of five rating.

Vasya shkolnik Guest 15 May 2019, 21:20

I passed this maps with 33/99 kills, 0 secrets, 0 keys. Is it ok?

Post a Comment

Your comment will be parsed with Markdown!
Keep the comments on topic and do not post nonsense.
Did you read the file's readme?

Name
Quake was released in