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Unregistered user “aquinas_nz” posted:

Great campaign. For those who want a secrets list, including where the secret level is, the creator’s very old website is archived here: http://web.archive.org/web/20000301100715/http://www.langsuyar.com/

Unregistered user “aquinas_nz” posted:

Also it works great on the remastered edition - lucky I could still open the .doc file from two decades ago though for how to start the first level haha

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Let’s remember that this episode was released in 1997, folks. Most people’s computers could barely run Quake. Nobody was complaining that this pack wasn’t visually spectacular enough.

Anyway, marvelous old-school level design. I really enjoyed the combat encounters, facing only one or a few enemies at a time, so that each had to be placed perfectly. Nowadays it’s almost expected that you’ll be facing hordes, mostly just charging straight at you in a huge arena.

I’m only giving this four stars because of the annoying spike traps. They can be avoided easily enough if you’re paying close attention, but you’re almost guaranteed to die the first time. Still, a classic episode!

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NightFright: you entity fix for BBSECRET.bsp is wrong. There’s already a “trigger_multiple” on the wall to the left that when shot, will fire the spike trap killing the Shambler. See: https://i.imgur.com/03349Vu.png

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