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Compact, and fun. Didn’t find all the secrets… I know where one is, but can’t figure out how to get into it.

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I like the map’s old-school atmosphere, and the secrets are clever, but the combat is too repetitive: I lost track of how many times a wall disappeared to reveal a monster hidden in a stone alcove. Unfortunately, that detracts from what is otherwise a very nice retro map.

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A fun, small, compact map that doesn’t waste your time.

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Good old-school map. The combat is pretty frenetic due to the high enemy count, small spaces, and relatively low ammo. The dungeon is very dark, much darker than the darkest areas in average maps, but it’s done well and a good change of pace. There are a couple monster ambushes that are poorly-executed since you can simply walk past them and move on to the next area (and the ammo scarcity encourages this).

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