Author: Patrick Mulnix
Released: 11th July 1996
Review by Kim Robinson on 17th September 2007
A fun though altogether easy map with barely a dozen aliens, though the defensive computer system which has taken over the world probably goes some way to explaining the dwindling number of monsters. Your mission is to blow up a large computer system which is fortunately not very well guarded, and pick off the few remaining alien forces. It's an oldie so the design suffers a little and there's next to no shading, but the fun factor and gameplay is there.
Gameplay Type: SP
Requires: Duke Nukem 3D v1.3d
Filesize: 39.06 KB
Download: The Computer War (289)
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Duke Nukem 3D Map authoring Template v1.0 =========================================================== Title : The Computer War Filename : compwars.map Author : Patrick "Hunter" Mulnix Email Address : PMulnix[at]aol.com Misc. Author Info : First Doom, then Dark Forces, now Duke3d. I've built (I hope) the best for the best. Description : After Duke Nukem repels the invading lizard aliens, he decides to take some much deserved time off (probably to write a book). Meanwhile, after two attempted alien invasions, the government has given a grant to a major corporation to construct the ultimate global defense computer, called C.O.M.P. for Computer Operated Master Plan. Of course, something goes wrong, and the computer begins trying to take over the world. Since Duke conviently lives only a few blocks away from the lab he takes it upon himself to save the world again. Keep in mind that COMP can access any electronic device so that many everyday items may have become deadly. Additional Credits to: Me, myself, and I ============================================================== * Play Information * Episode and Level # : User level Single Player : Yup DukeMatch Level : Sure, why not? Coop : I suppose so. Difficulty Setting : No * Construction * Base : New level from scratch. Editor Used : Build of course Known Bugs : Um... not that I know of... If you feel my level is worthy, feel free to post it on any and all sites, I won't mind, as long as this file is attached and the level is unaltered. Speaking of which, I put a good bit of time into this level, so I would appreciated it if you didn't mess with it much or use it to build your own levels. If you're compiling a CD, this would be a good addition.