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I played this map because it’s the oldest one in the archive with rating above 4.0. I think it’s a worthy holder of that record. Of course it’s small and crude by the standards of today’s astonishing maps, but it’s clean, coherent, competent, and fun to explore. It’s probably the earliest map I know of that has that sense of revisiting previously visited areas as a natural part of the progression. Really nice work, and well worth playing.

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This is a really fun old-school map. A couple of Matt Sefton’s other maps are more polished, but this may be his most entertaining. Definitely recommended.

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I played the map with the Scourge of Armagon track as recommended in the readme file, and the map sure did have a certain SOA feel to it.

It sure is a solid map with no glaring flaws. One of the secrets was a bit too obscure to my liking, but that’s pretty much it.

But having written all that the map just didn’t quite reel me in. I just wasn’t feeling it that much for some reason, so right now I feel like rating it 4/5.

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