60c6d87d5f0721f8e1125409c1d7e1c0d392a9206f7e44d7f6055b0fa1f88b5d

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What’s the difference between this and Slipgate Triplex made by the same team?

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Really nice imagining of one of my favorite maps from vanilla Quake. It was fun poking around in an environment that is the same but not quite the same.

Also, see this map for a real masterclass in how to put Quake’s base textures together.

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I played this for the first time a few years ago, and I still go back to it from time to time. It’s a nice re-take on E1M1 basically (duh?). While staying faithful to the original, it also adds some of it’s own charm.

The authors also left some design-notes in the readme that are pretty neat. It’s almost like a diary, where they’ve made comments along the way, after they passed the sources back and forth between eachother to finish different parts of the map.

Another thing to note is that the sources for the map are included, in case you wanted to make your own remix!

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