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Screenshot of fire
Author:Andy "Liger" Patrizio
Title:Fireworld (23c1042ce5923668177f62f306a5ffe0)
Filesize:576 Kilobytes
Release date:17.02.1997
Additional Links: Crash's
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

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FIRE.BSP1287 KB17.02.1997
FIRE.TXT2 KB17.02.1997


Small to medium lava caverns.

Tags: underground, lava, caverns, stone, small, puzzle

Editor's Rating: Average
User Rating:
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Ubermann 30 June 2010, 18:10
Underground lava mine or cavern, full of lava pits everywhere, with some jumping skills needed in a pair of situations.

Lacks totally detail. In some of the rooms the lights placement breaks out the ambience.

As general aspect, it looks like a first-built map.

Nothing really special.
bfg666 Registered 18 October 2016, 3:57

Having played this right after Liger's other map, Earthworld, I have to agree with Ubermann. It looks like this map was made prior to that one. Arches are blocky and there are a few design flaws, like that starting path surrounded by lava on which enemies can't follow the player. There's also a thematic mismatch with the exit accessible via an underwater passage - cool water in a supposedly fire world?

Esrael Registered 11 November 2018, 10:07

Compared to Earthworld, I think the gameplay was more challenging in this map. The player was even given a little bit of shells, so not just nail spamming in this one. All in all, I'd say it was more fun to actually play than Earthworld, which was too easy.

Yes, it doesn't look quite as detailed as Earthworld, but I still think it looked pretty good for the time. Perhaps the underwater passage was supposed to lead to the intended Waterworld level (which the author scrapped). That could possibly explain the thematic mismatch.

I'm not sure if I quite got the hint where you were supposed to choose a path out of three. In fact, I just stormed past the room because of certain nasty monsters inhabiting the room. Didn't turn out to be the wisest decision. xD

pmk Guest 30 December 2018, 1:49

I feel that earthworld is the stronger of the dual maps created by this level designer as this map is quite short and less visually appealing than the brushwork in the map earthworld. As a positive i would say i like the author's implementation of having the player choose the right warp porttal out of three possible choices in order to obtain the ruin key in order to exit the level. That was probably the most memorable part of the map. However I would still recommend recommend playing the map earthworld instead and would give fireworld a two out of five rating.

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