Well it was fun while it lasted wasn't it? Official cause of death, lack of members. So yes as of now crow is now dead. I'd like to thank the...
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"You wake up inside a cold metal room. The floor is rusty and dirty and the smell of curdled blood drifts through the air. You sift through the memories of the previous day but none are there. Two days ago you were a computer programmer for the US Army visiting a high-security prison run by none other than the UAC for the imprisonment of moles in the company; but now you need to find out what happend in the last 48 hours, and why the smell of blood is in the air."
As you progress you'll notice the game differs from the original game of Doom 3. While Doom focuses on getting through the levels by disposing enemies upon enemies; in this mod you'll find it's quite different. Instead of fighting demon after demon you'll be fighting a mental battle between rooms as you solve puzzle after puzzle to learn the chilling mystery behind this abandoned UAC prison and why you should keep watching your back.
Playing as a military programmer you, the player, gets the real sense of being in the game. You'll start with nothing but your fists and questions but end with answers and a satisfied feeling of a great mod beaten.
For those of you checking out my mod here I highly suggest looking at my new mod, Diseased. It's up here on moddb.com and soon the world, MWAHAHAHAHAHA. From now on there will be no more posting on this mod. Here's a link to the new one:
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