Author: Unknown Author
Released: 18th October 1996
Review by Fernando Márquez on 7th March 2008
An interesting old level, set on a huge pool table. The gameplay concept is under-exploited, which makes it attractive; but the design seems to be very rushed and strictly under-detailed; and gameplay time makes this level one you ought not to play after a few sessions. Still, a classic which is worth to check it out!
Gameplay Type: DM
Requires: Duke Nukem 3D v1.3d
Filesize: 3.93 KB
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================================================================ Title : 8-ball File Name : 8-ball.map Author : unknown Email Address : unknwon Description : A giant pool table. Need I say more? Great for Stadium lovers. Additional Credits to : 3d Realms ================================================================ * Play Information * Single Player : No Cooperative : No Dukematch : Yes!!! Difficulty Settings : No New Sounds : No New Graphics : No Demo : No ================================================================ * Construction * Base : ??? Build Time : ??? Editor(s) used : ??? Known Bugs : None known ================================================================ * Running * 1) From the setup program select "Select User Level". Then select the option, "Save and Launch Duke3d". 2) From command prompt type "duke3d -map 8-ball.map" ================================================================= This map can be distributed freely in its original form with this file included.