Muerte Estelar

by Juan Daniel Alcobre (papamonos)

(226) views since April 2023

Released: 2004-05-21
Mode: SP
Difficulty Settings: No
Featuring: 1.4+
Sound/music: No
New Art: No
New Cons: No
Score: 83

Review by Puritan on 10 April 2023

A huge space level it is.
The template is in spanish so it's hard to tell what the story is but it doesn't matter; It's a classic space map from that era with all the familiar locations such as: Crew quarters, control rooms, rest rooms, reactor core, storage rooms and so on.
The goal is to find keycards, destroy the reactor core and run for the escape pod.
Design is quite good with nice texturing and trimming but somewhat a little bit squared.
The map is huge so expect lots of back-tracking but don't worry; there's quite a few respawns to keep you entertained. Matter of fact; the total numbers of monsters was 286 during my playthrough.
A cool level brimmed with combats that will consume half an hour or so.

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Walkthrough Video

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