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Title:Time to Belong (98d0ebd031c8c572d5571becd35f5424)
Filesize:6433 Kilobytes
Release date:04.05.2023
Additional Links: Slipseer pageScreenshot page @ Quaketastic
Type:Partial conversion
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✔ • PROGS.DAT: ✔ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✔

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Time to Belong

Episode with four medium-sized classic id-themed maps + custom start and end map. Mostly vanilla Quake with a few extras, comes with its own progs.dat. Based on previously released speedmaps (details in included readme).

"The four main maps each follow a classic id theme (idbase, wizard, runic, elder) and the end map is Zerstorer-themed (it's pretty much an extended mashup of end and zerend)."

Tags: episode, medium, base, wizard, runic, elder, zerstorer

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T02my Registered 24 May 2023, 9:18

Too repetitive level design

rchavp Registered 24 May 2023, 9:32

Nice job

Jehannum Registered 27 May 2023, 21:40

Even though some of the brushwork was repetitive at times between maps, I seriously enjoyed this episode. It kept me on my toes.

Thank you for sharing your work with us!

The_Pirate Registered 28 May 2023, 10:34

This is a nice piece of work.

It has a very intense "Look'n Feel" like some of the old ID maps (with better texture alignment), quite nice monster placement, without overdoing it, and some delightfully annoying well-hidden secrets. This is true explorer maps.

Even though it is clear to see where the inspiration has been found, there is plenty of the mappers own ideas and inspiration. it never feels like a copy of something else.

I have had a very good time playing these maps.

Thanks for the effort; thanks for sharing!

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