Childe Nukem to the Darke Tower Came...

by Robbie Langton

(281) views since September 2019

Released: 2001-09-28
Mode: SP
Difficulty Settings: No
Featuring: 1.4+
Sound/music: Music
New Art: No
New Cons: No
Score: 70

Review by Puritan on 05 February 2017

The authors own words:
Duke starts on a very dark night upon rocky, windswept moorland, and eventually finds a sinister mediaeval tower. It is, of course, haunted, apart from anything else. It also contains portals through which we enter new towers and different time zones, ending in a space station. Or you can go down to the dungeons...

The map is quite long and with a confusing layout, at least in the beginning it is. Duke is wandering about in a dark rocky area searching for goodies and the mentioned tower. When finding the entry to the tower area the layout turns brighter and more linear.
Design is on the average with nothing special to it. Very squared and with few details and almost no shading / lighting.
The goal is more or less to enter different portals and unlock new areas.
There is enought weapons, ammo and healing kits to get a blind man through the level...
But it's a nice twenty minutes romp if you like the authors other maps.

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