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Author:Daniel Remar
Title:Deepest Oblivion
Download:rgdeep.zip (bf9f0920f37fbef2bfcee7328274fe73)
Filesize:620 Kilobytes
Release date:01.08.2020
Homepage:http://remar.se/daniel/
Additional Links: Func_Msgboard
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

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rgdeep.txt2 KB01.08.2020

rgdeep.zip

Deepest Oblivion

Dark oldschool dungeon level, originally made in 2019.

Tags: small, wizard, underground, oldschool

Editor's Rating: no rating (yet)
User Rating: 3.9/5 with 18 ratings
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Borax Man Registered, rated this a 3 11 August 2020, 13:23

Quite nice level, with quite a few secrets. The ending set up was surprising and good use of info_notnull tricks here.

However, the items I found in the secrets weren't that useful, as by the time I found them, all the monsters (and there aren't that many) had been dispatched in that area. The level is cramped and dark. That may or may not be your thing.

A worthwhile play.

Agentflit Registered, rated this a 5 11 August 2020, 19:12

These two levels from Daniel Remar are a delight. I feel like I found a piece of my favorite candy under my desk that hasn't been made in years, and it tastes just as fresh as sweet as I remember. Pitch-perfect old school flavor.

Go check out his other games too, hero core is a classic

Johnny Law Registered, rated this a 4 12 August 2020, 20:09

When you load up a map and it has 29 kills and 8 secrets, that's an interesting ratio...

Old-school yeah but in a proper amusing way. Well done!

JMP Registered, rated this a 4 10 September 2020, 1:33

Agree with Borax Man about many of the secrets being superfluous, but I still enjoyed this a lot.

MikeTaylor Registered, rated this a 4 8 October 2020, 17:35

Amazingly satisfying for a map with only 29 monsters! Lots of interesting set-pieces, including a couple of brutal combats and lots of perfectly fair puzzles. Really nice work.

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