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Title:The Level Six (f88a433a50fcf86a875510251a98a180)
Filesize:1530 Kilobytes
Release date:07.08.2021
Additional Links: Func_Msgboard
Type:Single BSP File(s)
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✘ • PROGS.DAT: ✘ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✘

Files in the ZIP archive
Files in the ZIP archive:
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xl6.bsp2764 KB06.08.2021
xl6.lit902 KB06.08.2021
xl6_readme.txt2 KB07.08.2021

The Level Six

Large base map consisting of tight corridors with ambushes.

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User Rating: 3.6/5 with 21 ratings
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ARtemi Guest 28 August 2021, 13:32

Excellent level here, a bit old-school but with a lot of neat touches and lots (really lots) of enemies.

Chaser Registered 28 August 2021, 18:00

Fast, claustrophobic, oldschool corridor shootout.

The_Pirate Registered 29 August 2021, 17:41

Very nice map!

Competent brushwork, very good sense for nooks and crannies, and uses the 'z' diretion to great effect.

The confusing maze-like layout made me chase my own tail a few times. Missed a few monsters and secrets on the first run....

Thanks for a nice map!

The_Pirate Registered 30 August 2021, 17:25

Pls let me clarify (as i got pinget by a friend with "WTF?"):

The maze content of some of xlarve's previous maps were... well, a bit too long, and became tedious and repetitive.

In this map, the maze content has a suitable length; enough to confuse (me, at least) and explore, but not enough to become boring.

Here, xlarve has hit a 'golden spot'. I really like this....

MikeTaylor Registered 21 December 2021, 2:35

I finished with 101/106 kills and 4/5 secrets, and a slight sense of anticlimax. Having wandered through a warren of tunnels and rooms, I felt like some kind of final fight was warranted, but the expected assault of vores, fields and shamblers never materialised and I was able to waltz through the exit teleporter more or less unmolested. Like all of xlarve's maps, this is solidly put together — but like all of xlarve's maps, somehow for me it lacks something. What exactly? It's hard to pin down, but I think it comes down to a sense of place.

Mugwump Registered 15 May 2022, 10:59

Uh, where is xl5?

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