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Author:DMagee
Title:Mercy
Download:mercy.zip (7e2bf5f286510b41f0ae744a887f0c94)
Filesize:1225 Kilobytes
Release date:12.05.1997
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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
MERCY.TXT1 KB12.05.1997
MERCY.BSP2752 KB03.02.1997

mercy.zip

Mercy

Medium to large Wizard/Medieval map with a slightly ok'ish castle/church and an ugly Base bit at the beginning.

Tags: large, base, wizard, medieval, church, mandatory secrets

Editor's Rating: Poor
User Rating: 2.2/5 with 9 ratings
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Cocerello Registered, rated this a 3 22 July 2017, 13:22

Decent for its time, but has some questionable or evil choices sometimes, like forcing out of nowhere for the player to find secrets to progress.

pmk Guest 10 February 2019, 4:14

Would only give this map a two out of five rating as it is a functional, playable quake map. However, I agree with the above poster that i didn't like the fact you had to discover unmarked secret walls in order to progress through the map. Only download if you are interested in early first released maps from novice quake mappers.

Esrael Registered, rated this a 3 5 October 2019, 14:00

Quite the smörgåsbord we have on offer here, both in terms of content and its quality. We have different themes, optional areas, quite a few of which I missed on my first playthrough, alternate playstyle options (rings of shadows can be found lying about in addition to quad damages). I guess having all these options available does add a bit of replayability.

Brushwork and texturing quality varies quite a bit. I'd say the base area at the beginning is one of the weaker ones (complete with a pushable button with a shootable button texture), but then there's a pretty cool church and its catacombs later on that were on the more memorable side of things. I just wasn't a fan of some the secret doors that you had to find in order to progress.

All in all, mixing all these things together made the areas feel a bit loosely connected together and the experience was quite inconsistent. Still, it was fairly enjoyable beyond that. I guess I'd rate the map somewhere in the ballpark of 2,5/5.

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