Just played the newest one....awesome stuff! You've definitly outdone yourself on that one The rest of my post contains spoilers so nobody read this if you haven't played it, it's short and definitly worth going through at least once.I felt it pulled a bit too much style-wise from 'Afraid of Monsters' but it's much spookier than the red series was. The introduction to the new enemies was well done; I also love the mindfuck events you pulled off throughout the level. I think it did need a stronger plot unless I missed some reading materials throughout the level. That was part of my problem with AOM as well since it did feel slightly aimless at times. The pistol also felt dull to use; maybe you could of made it semi-automatic, and buffed up the firing rate? That way it's more powerful but you have to work for it. In anycase I thought it was a neat coding touch to have the standard Duke weapons for the first levels and then switch to the new ones for the newest level I hope you make more horror levels since combining level design with coding abilities means that you can suprise the players in many more ways. The sound effects were also great stuff, really pulled me into the atmosphere
Where the hell is the glock? I see tons of clips lying around but no pistol. I have played the map twice, running from zombies as the knife is useless against them.
First of all when you enter that little village, I forgot how it was called, on one of the roofs there's a pipebomb you need to get to blow the wall on another building. Well, the problem was that I couldn't get on that roof, it was blocked, or I did something wrong... well anyway, I clipped to the roof.
Now a second one is at the mall. there's a shop with a little train that moves. But the train isn't following the traintrack, it's just spinning in a crazy way along with the 2 other little cars behind it.
On this day...In 2008, The Dream was released by Zykov Eddy. Map Info:Type: SP, Version: v1.4+Rating: 90, Size: 3.05 MB
If you enter today DNR, at the left side you´ll see:QuoteOn this day...In 2008, The Dream was released by Zykov Eddy. Map Info:Type: SP, Version: v1.4+Rating: 90, Size: 3.05 MBIt´s a coincidence? or you waited for the third anniversary to release the trilogy? makes sense.