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Type: SP, Version: v1.3d
Rating: 84, Size: 104.46 KB

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Map Name: Omega
Author: Todd Hoffenberg (Entakrid)
Released: 1st November 1997
Rating: 84

Review by Kim Robinson on 7th March 2008

A fairly sizable Dukematch arena with a nice medieval/gothic style - giant columns and monstrous architecture seems to be all the go here. There's not too many places to hide as it's mostly open (except for in the library sections), and with a full complement of weapons scattered about you best be quick on your toes. Not much more to say on this one, bung it through DukesterX or xDuke and take a gander.

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Gameplay Type: DM
Requires: Duke Nukem 3D v1.4+
Filesize: 50.91 KB
Level includes: new music

Download: Omega (139)

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Mapping template:

File Name             : OMEGA.MAP
Author                : Todd Hoffenberg a.k.a. Entakrid
E-mail                : Raptor[at]index.com -or-
                        bhoffenberg[at]mindspring.com (for files only!)
Personal Information  : I'm just a high school student that's hooked on
                        Duke, and, most likely, am going to fail Physics
                        because of it....
Description           : You awaken...Memory lost.  You are on a column
                        in broad daylight.  All you can remember is something
                        about imposter aliens and kill kill KILL...  You
                        rub your eyes and can't believe the beauty.  You must
                        have fallen through a time warp or something, because
                        you appear to be in a gothic past that boggles your
                        mind.  This appears to be a large library area in
                        a shrine, but there are no obvious exits.  Apparently,
                        this is some kind of virtual reality simulation.  They
                        really didn't skimp you on the detail!  Every corner
                        of the marble walls are shaded to perfection, and
                        light sources from torches illuminate hallways.  This
                        beautiful arena, however, quickly turns into a deadly
                        surprise!  Don't gawk at this place too long, or you
                        will be crushed by incoming bullets in an instant!
                        This is a moderately sized dukematch level that's
                        perfect for 2 to 8 people.  3 or 4 is reccomended,
                        and 8 is a bit crowded, but it is still extremely
                        fun gameplay with 2 people.  There are several neat
                        effects such as fountains, archways, floating stairs
                        like those in quake, advanced lighting effects,
                        cracks, and other neat things.  Needless to say, it
                        took a LONG time to make this level!  Enjoy!

* Play Information *

Episode and Level #   : Duke3D User Level
Single Player         : For looking around.
DukeMatch Level       : Yes!
Co-Op Level           : No.
Difficulty Settings   : Not implemented

* Construction *

Base                  : New level from scratch
Editor(s) used        : Build
Build time            : I'd estimate 40 hours...
Known Bugs            : Nothing major...  Please e-mail if you find any
Other maps by me      : Xenex, Akrid, Babylon (coming soon!), Prophet
                        (coming soon!) and a single player level currently
                        un-named coming fairly soon...

* Where to get this MAP file *

  This puzzles me....In order for you to be reading this file, you most likely
  already have it.  If you don't, it will be available at all of the good
  Duke Nukem 3D pages.  Also, all of my maps appear on the PC Gamer CD.
  This will probably be on the February 1998-ish issue.  It will be on the
  site www.public.asu.edu/~dep70 for sure...and that site will ALWAYS have
  the latest version (if there is more than one version).


* Special thanks to: *

  Robert Travis and Legion for inspiration; all of the others who helped give
  me ideas as well...  Also, thanks to all of my map testers: David Garcia,
  Jesse and BJ Riddel, Dan Hoffenberg, Clifford Hensley, etc.  3D Realms for
  making the best game ever (except maybe Final Fantasy 7)...  And, of course,
  you for downloading this file.  I'd like to extend VERY special thanks to
  Legion (whose maps include: Slooth, Cromag, Thunder Dome, etc.) of whom
  I got a LOT of help from with my shading and I appreciated his comments.


* Special Note: *

  Included with this .ZIP file are 4 music files (m1.mid, m2.mid, m3.mid, and
   m4.mid).  They are (in order) Ace of Base's "All that she
  wants", Mortal's (I think...) "Mortal Kombat Theme", Nirvana's "Heart Shaped
  Box", and a song written by someone off of AOL that I downloaded... entitled
  "Ncarnate"...written after the guy who wrote it lost his best friend to a
  car accident.  Be careful with this song...it can make you go crazy with
  fear and dark vibes.  As you can see, this level can desplay a wide range
  of styles according to music...  All for the better dukematch!


* Legal Crud: *

  This note is legal tender for all...doh!  Wait, that's what's written on my
  dollar here!  Seriously, I don't care what the hell you do with this map as
  long as you don't rename it and/or take credit for my work.  You can use it
  for inspiration or even copy sectors from my map to yours.  But...please
  give me credit.  I did make this all by hand, and I'd appreciate it!

* Have fun with this map! *


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