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Author:Robert "Fat Controller" Cruickshank
Title:Swamp & Towne (baba47080b191e2d1001a0c8c9aacb66)
Filesize:1954 Kilobytes
Release date:09.08.2002
Additional Links: erc's QualityEthereal HellQuake Map HotelRetroquakeTEAMShambler (A)TEAMShambler (B)Ten Four (A)Ten Four (B)Tronyn's Top 10: MedievalUnderworldfan's
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
rc3.txt8 KB11.01.2001
rc2_3.txt1 KB09.08.2002
rc2.txt4 KB03.07.1999
rc2.bsp2068 KB03.07.1999
RC3.bsp2859 KB11.01.2001

Swamp & Towne

A medium sized, dark and hostile swamp, and a large medieval town with a few custom textures. The second map centers on the cult of Koth.

Tags: medieval, planetquake-map-of-the-week

Editor's Rating: Excellent
User Rating:
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user7346 Registered 23 March 2013, 23:05


NightFright Registered 8 March 2014, 13:00

It's from the same author as "Ontranto" (2004), and actually I believe these two maps are an early version of it, cut down to just two maps: You start out in a dark swamp before you enter an ancient town with lots of possibilities to get lost. It's some great quality, even if the enhanced version released two years later offers more maps and even better atmosphere.

Greenwood Registered 4 February 2020, 2:36

Fat Controller did a great job creating atmosphere in these maps. Really creative stuff here for the time. Definitely above average, with Towne being the "meat" of the pack, with it's consistency, pacing, and gameplay.

I know some folks will say that it's too cramped in spots, but that's what creates the tension when battling lower level baddies ...improperly released grenades will splash damage the crap out of you, it's more difficult to avoid melee attacks, etc. Good stuff!

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