Return To Atlantis
Return To Atlantis by Imric
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KommissarReb (SW12) Rep. 2324
#13   20 Aug 2012
Where is all the water?! This is Atlantis after all!
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membrane Rep. 90
#12   18 Feb 2011
I really like the complex, twisting rooms here. The teleport seems to let sound pass through, which is a bit confusing, but probably intentional. Nice work
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Octovus unregistered
#11   10 Dec 2001
I don't like Dru or Scampie, but I liked the map :-ppp (jk, btw. About Dru and Scampie, not the map.)


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Dru unregistered
#10   10 Dec 2001
Scampie speaks sense and volumes.

Ah, in such an ugly time the real protest is beauty.

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not entered unregistered
#9   07 Dec 2001
i agree with scampie ..

the name of the game is "Quake"

[just look on the box!]

not quake 1

not quake classic

not quake original

thankyou and goodnight :)

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Hi-C unregistered
#8   06 Dec 2001
At least this updated version reminds us of the original Quake masterpiece, still one of the best 10 FPS maps ever made (and which helped get its creator an industry job mapping).
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Tyre unregistered
#7   06 Dec 2001
This is a competent map, but it suffers from the company of so many other merely competent maps. There's nothing here to grab the imagination, and the item placement is uninspired. Bots play well, though.
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assnut unregistered
#6   05 Dec 2001
when it happened, do you think they called it 'World War I'?

didn't think so. it's wasn't called World War I until World War II happened.

live with it Scampie....before i frag you something rotten.

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hannibal unregistered
#5   04 Dec 2001
This was actually released some time ago. Played it for a bit, then lost interest. Its play value in Q3 pales to its original Quake incarnation, and I don't think it stands well on its own.
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Tetzlaff unregistered
#4   04 Dec 2001
This new remake is much nicer than the conversion that is included in CQA. I hope Imric releases a CQA version of his new map, with the CQA weapons and without jump pads.
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Octovus unregistered
#3   04 Dec 2001
People who can't accept the fact that their game is now quite old, and, while probably still worth playing, is enitrely normal to have a "1" in behind it for clarity

</pet peeve of people who've moved on>



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Scampie unregistered
#2   04 Dec 2001
Quake 1?...

OH WAIT! you mean Quake.

</pet peeve of the whole Quake community>

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Octovus unregistered
#1   03 Dec 2001
I believe if you play CQA you have this...though that mod may be dead for all I know. I certainly recognised it from there.

Nonetheless it's arrival to Q3 DM proper is very welcome. It looks just as snazzy as a regular q3 map with effective lightning and some wonderful Egyptianish textures. Item placement, faithful to the original or not, is quite well thought out; if you told me you could make a room with a RL and a MH without it becoming the focus of the map, I wouldn't have believed you, but this proves it.

Whether it's a faithful conversion or not I haven't the faintest, but even just as an "original" q3 map it's worth checking out! 8 from me.


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