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Author:The Lieutenant
Title:Ad Infinitum (9ea53d0de9ad01a786ae9d1f5a6177e0)
Filesize:788 Kilobytes
Release date:06.12.2000
Additional Links: Ethereal HellTEAMShambler
Type:Partial conversion
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✔ • PROGS.DAT: ✔ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✔

Files in the ZIP archive
Files in the ZIP archive:
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Pak0.pak2003 KB06.12.2000
lthsp1.txt3 KB05.12.2000

Ad Infinitum

Small to medium IKBase-style map featuring modified Hell Knights.

Tags: base, ikbase

Editor's Rating: Nice
User Rating:
3.7/5 with 19 ratings
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whirlstr Registered 19 February 2019, 4:19

Solid map with good texturing / architecture / lighting. However, like most vanilla base maps, it severely lacks in enemy variety. It does include base-skinned hell knights, but they're literally only used in the very last fight before the exit. It saddens me thinking of how much more fun this map would've been if the author just hadn't given a damn about the anachronism of ogres & vores in bases.

Greenwood Registered 14 February 2020, 9:04

I thought it was pretty clever to skin the hellknights as light-sabre-wielding enforcers; however, I do agree that they could've been used more. They are actually placed in a bad spot at the end, because the regular enforcers inadvertently hit them and a lot of infighting ensues -- making the final battle a bit of a cakewalk.

In general, it's a clean looking map and it's entertaining for a quick play. The main problem with this map is that the gameplay is a little lackluster in parts and there are no secrets or exploration. However, it's an above average package definitely worth a look.

MikeTaylor Registered 21 June 2021, 12:23

I enjoyed the clean progression and moderate combats of this map. It doesn't aim for greatness, but it absolutely succeeds in its more modest ambitions.

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