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    AReyeP's shareware sets released in SDL

    Post by Schabbs on Sat Mar 02, 2013 2:41 pm

    AReyeP's shareware sets released in SDL
    AReyeP's old shareware sets have been converted to version 1.4 and bundled with an SDL EXE by Andy Nonymous.

    The first one is 'AReyeP's First Add On' made in early 1993 and found on a backup disk 9 years later. 10 well designed levels that don't look dated at all! Available here. Vista/Windows 7-compatible.

    The second is 'Wolf Odyssey" made later that year. Initially stated to be his first add on (until the other set was found), it has 10 levels that are large and well-designed. The various ways in which the guards are used are particularly effective. Available here. Vista/Windows 7-compatible.



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    Re: AReyeP's shareware sets released in SDL

    Post by WolfForever on Sun Mar 03, 2013 5:53 am

    I'm glad to see this. Smile These sets are ancient - very, very ancient, as in 20 years old, only about a year younger than the game itself! But for 1993, these levels are above the traditional 20-year-old standard. Sure he has definitely made better 'vanilla' maps since them - his DHW mapset contributions satisfy that bill and then some, but that's after more than 15 years of additional experience as an author. And regardless I think these should be played - if only to see where one of the best authors in the community started, amongest other things.

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