Difficulty Settings: No
New Art: Yes
New Cons: Yes
Review by Puritan on 26 July 2020
A two-level adventure it is.
Duke has to jump off a plane and navigate through a EDF base / space station themed environment. Locate the self-destruction button and nuke the place. The alien scumbags ain't that pleased about Dukes presence though...
Design and layout are well done with lots of effects involved. The author certainly knew most of the features in the Build engine.
Cool lighting, moving sectors and puzzles. Having said that; Duke will encounter a 10-button combo at a point but the author have included the right sequence well in sight. A pen and a piece of paper would come in handy.
Duke starts off only with the pistol available but heavier weapons will be achieved along the route. Ammo and healing items are scattered about, also as rewards for exploring....
An entertaining and action packed adventure that may consume some 30 minutes or so.
Other maps by this author:
2009 - A Space Oddity
Mode: SP, DM, COOP
Review: 2009 - A Space Oddity
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