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Atomic Tomb Review
Last Updated: 2020-04-11 23:29:04
DOOM is one of the oldest FPSes in existence, and its engine is famously so robust that it can run on pretty much anything and also create pretty much anything. From FPSes to RPGs to companions to a city living game, it has a ton of different mods and maps that can all do different things. One of the many is Atomic Tomb.
To install Atomic Tomb, you need to have ZDoom and move the WAD file into the GZDoom folder, which is pretty par for the course for DOOM maps.
When you boot it up, you'll notice that the architecture is great. Not only does each area look pleasing, but each arena has enough tricks to be incredibly fun to play through. For instance, there is an arena where you fight through a ton of different waves teleporting in and another one where you're ambushed by a ton of spectres that you can deal with fists or guns.
The size of the fights contribute to how fast the level feels. There's a ton of room for the Doomguy to move around and a ton of different enemies to keep you moving. When you factor that into how each area also looks great due to the lighting and various textures, you'll find that it's very easy to get impressed by this map.
Overall, Atomic Tomb is a very good map that changes up the pace of typical DOOM gameplay significantly. If that's something that you think you'd enjoy, then you should give it a download.
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