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Author:Daniel Vogt (MoRbId)
Title:Morbidity: 1
Download:morbid_1.zip (01c64f5597895b13e3f7e64c06710af4)
Filesize:594 Kilobytes
Release date:11.08.1997
Homepage:
Additional Links: Crash'sQuake Map Hotel
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

Files in the ZIP archive:
File Size Date
Morbid_1.bsp1394 KB09.08.1997
morbid_1.txt6 KB11.08.1997

morbid_1.zip - Morbidity: 1

Medium sized Base/Metal map. Uses some DOOM2 textures and some other custom ones. OK.

Tags: base, tech, doom, medium, metal

Editor's Rating: Nice
User Rating: 3.3/5 with 16 ratings
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Spirit, rated this a 4 9 July 2008, 20:17
A nice map indeed, very Doom-ish style. Fun ideas.
Ubermann, rated this a 3 25 June 2010, 18:25
Well constructed and good action-packed.

Some textures taken from Doom Game.

Not with the same quality of Morbidity II, but after all, a good map.
Spirit, rated this a 4 1 May 2011, 19:41
Just replayed this, did not remember it at all. The doom bits were not so nice but the "egyptian/maya/aztec/thingie" parts were really nice.
mmm Registered, rated this a 3 26 June 2013, 22:58

A little bit heavy on the crampy passages with traps, esp when you only have RL ammo.

jackieben Registered, rated this a 5 27 January 2014, 21:23

An original atmospheric mash of themes with very creative mechanisms, and punishing gameplay, this map knows that you wasn't a good boy last year

Cocerello Registered, rated this a 4 26 November 2014, 14:56

Played on skill 3. 3 secrets found. Haven't had the guts to kill the sleepy shamblers.

Solid gameplay, mix of textures and themes without much coherence. Decent brushwork for the time. Mainly linear layout with backtracking. Several good fun ideas. Good mainly forgiving ambushes. Difficulty around ID maps or higher. Amount of ammo/health/armour less than ID maps but enough without secrets.. Some traps here and there, mainly revolving around enemy usage. Secrets were well placed and fun to find, but with some outrageously good rewards.

blakecasimir Registered, rated this a 4 26 May 2016, 1:03

Just played this in DP, not as good as the sequel - a bit too corridor-based - the room with the quad damage and four buttons does nothing after they're pressed.

Lane Powell Registered, rated this a 2 26 May 2016, 22:54

Overall lower than id quality. The base bits are pretty ugly, with a poorly-thought mix of textures; the metal bits are better with some interesting ideas (I liked the Doom textures for example). Ammo is very unbalanced on skill 2, with no shells or nails to be found in the second half outside of secrets maybe (I found none), and too many tight walkways and corridors for good rocket play. Not terrible but the sequel is much better.

brunomiwa Registered, rated this a 2 31 January 2018, 21:26

Well... teleporting enemies (or opening new areas behind the player) in a tight area with no room to maneuver is one of the cheapest tricks, combined with the limited supply of ammo becomes annoying as hell.

Very strange map, didn't enjoy it while playing.

And the quad damage before the gold key... Unless you played it before, you'll never guess that you have to approach the key pillar, wait for the four pillars to slooooowly go down, press 4 buttons, wait for the gold key pillar to slooooooooowly go down and then fight a horde. If you pick the quad damage before this "unskippable cutscene" it will be long gone, not that it matter because a RL does the job easilly.

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