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Summer 2012:

August 30, 2012: News

It seems that we've hit another slow period but hopefully we start picking up speed again now that this summer is drawing to a close. I have a few Duke3D projects under way so keep your eye on this site and maybe you'll catch a glimpse of things to come.

Deux Ex: Human Revolution reviewed.

August 15, 2012: Metropolitan Mayhem at moddb

Our brilliant Metropolitan Mayhem Duke3D episode should in a minute have a page available at ModDB so check out

Reviewed games Metro 2033 & Legendary.

July 28, 2012: CBP 8!

Community Build Project 8: Metropolitan Starlight has been released & reviewed so go check it out; at 97 points it's more than worth your time.

July 22, 2012: Desert Complex!

I'm back home for a change so here's a review of Desert Complex as promised.

July 10, 2012: A Map!

I'm in a bit of a hurry, writing this on a laptop and all, but underTaker has released yet another map. Check the screenshots below and download the map here. A review will follow later.

July 1, 2012: Hamilton Pool!

The first new map of the epic new css menu era (see yesterday's update) is here. Check David B.'s Hamilton Pool, a map that's been under construction since 1999.

Ninja edit: Parkade has been updated: while the review itself remains untouched the download link now takes you to the new version of the map that, apparently, has gone through some significant changes.

July 1, 2012: News!

Epic new css menu added, instantly making the site look a bit more modern. However, it doesn't quite sit well with the current top "frame" or this news section: it looks better when you view individual review pages. So consider it a work in progress. Otherwise I'm quite happy with the colors and the specific style I settled with, especially after several much worse-looking versions that you fortunately never saw.

June 22, 2012: News!

Two Duke3D mappers, Gambini & LAW, have recently released maps for non-Duke3D games that you might find interesting. Gambini (It Lives) won PlanetPhillip's "Elevatorville" Half-Life 2 mapping contest with his unique entry, Elevator Action. Check out the contest here. LAW (AvP) released a Redneck Rampage usermap Elvis Lives, a cool-looking map with a bit confusing layout. Check it out at

Also, here's my review of Mass Effect 3, one of the best games ever.

Enjoy the Midsummer!

June 15, 2012: Day After Forever!

It's not quite literally "day after forever", more like a year and a few days after Forever, but here's underTaker's latest city map, Day After Forever, a twenty-plus-minute ride.