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Author:digs
Title:The Zombie's House
Download:digs09.zip (3257b1781896c2a3f35cc173534e9fd9)
Filesize:5858 Kilobytes
Release date:27.10.2018
Homepage:http://digspt.ru/quake
Additional Links: Func_Msgboard
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✔
Dependencies:quoth2pt2full

Files in the ZIP archive:
File Size Date
digs09.txt2 KB27.10.2018
maps/digs09.bsp13243 KB27.10.2018
maps/digs09.lit3692 KB26.10.2018
progs/mushroom3.mdl11 KB20.07.2018
progs/smoke.mdl32 KB15.09.2013
sound/drip.wav43 KB28.07.2018
sound/mill.wav1194 KB06.10.2018
sound/scream.wav35 KB22.06.2018

digs09.zip - The Zombie's House

Large village-type of level; a valley with several buildings including a mill and basement/dungeon areas beneath. It also comes with a few custom models and sounds.

Note: This map requires Quoth 2.2 and a source port with increased limits and BSP2 support.


Tags: large, village, house, realism, canyon, valley, mill, quoth, textures, limits, bsp2

Editor's Rating: Excellent
User Rating: 4/5 with 8 ratings
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onetruepurple Registered, rated this a 4 17 November 2018, 12:48

This will appear to be digs' most normal map to date... until it doesn't. ;-)

epiplon Registered, rated this a 4 20 November 2018, 0:20

Pretty fun map, really open and well detailed. Just hated the final boss, that Quoth enemy has really cheap attacks.

brunomiwa Registered, rated this a 4 21 November 2018, 21:14

Well I digged this one.

There was a silent hill feeling throughout the stage. A kinda of normal village with a hidden and bloody secret.

The flow really gave me the feeling of exploring. The only low part was the final area, the walls were obviously painted in black and the arena wasn't very fun.

Would rate a 5, not a perfect stage in it's own sense because I was expecting an epic ending. 4.9.

Johnny Law Registered, rated this a 4 8 December 2018, 17:52

A classic adventure and a nice halloween-timed release. :-) I enjoy the differently-themed major areas & how the progression will dip in and out of an area before you fully open it up and explore it... this setup provides a great sense of change and discovery without getting you confused or lost. Also there's some cool custom art and generally good use of Quoth stuff. My only disappointment was with the very very end of the absolute final fight, not really fun IMO, but that doesn't spoil the rest of the experience.

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