Doom III

Tower of Babel Redux

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What started as a simple test map for a mortal cyberdemon mod I made in an evening has somehow made its way into becoming a fully fledged map. Its layout is inspired from the original DOOM level
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"E2M8" yet it doesn't really look like it, nor does it play like it. Actually, the real aim was to dispel the general consensus that the Cyderdemon is a wimp as it was in vanilla DOOM 3. -------------------------------- Cyderdemon Changes: -------------------------------- - Firstly, the new Cyb has much more health (I mean MUCH more, a realistic amount for what the demon is supposed to be). See the technical bit at the bottom for more information. - Secondly, it no longer shoots its rubbish little cyb_rockets, instead it now mirrors its original cousin in so much that it shoots the same rockets the player does. If you've played multiplayer, you'll know just how much one hit of these hurts, and it's a lot. In other words, if you get close to the cyb, you're history. - Thirdly, you don't have infinite stamina this time. This presents a tactical problem because when you're out of stamina, the cyb is quicker than you, so be careful and only run when you need to. I hope the above changes make the map a real challenge, but not in a silly way. Anyway, even though the map is finished, it ain't polished so should you have any suggestions about improving its look, let me know! Basically, besides the architecture just about everything can be changed reasonably easily, so any suggestions are more than welcome.
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Date Added:
06-22-2005
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