A fan-produced mod that RWS included in its Fudge Pack compilation. Using the basic Postal 2 engine and elements, the game features completely new maps and a horror-based storyline that puts the player into the role of an escapee from a mental asylum similar to Manhunt 2. The zombies from Apocalypse Weekend play a major role in this modification, including a brand-new zombie (exclusive to Eternal Damnation) that resembles the plastinates of Body Worlds.

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Feb 18 2012, 11:58pm Anchor

I'm Toploader, or Jon to those that hate me. I was one of the leads of Eternal Damnation back in the day, a goofy but feature filled mod that most of us cut our teeth on with modding.

I've since gone on to work at RWS, but this mod will always have a place in my heart. I've added these boards just in case Postal 2 coming to Desura brings some more intrest to ED. We have an unfinished remake build and who knows, maybe one day I'll finish it up.

Feb 27 2012, 12:35pm Anchor

ED has a very nice level design and fear aspects, I played it twice :)

Feb 27 2012, 3:00pm Anchor

It ranged from good to bad, we tried to fix a lot of that during the remake. Cheak out this video to see the kind of improvements that have been made (And will hopefully one day be released).

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Mar 3 2012, 2:38pm Anchor

The first level is deeper, I see the main character seems even more deranged (More little screamers), and the difficulty seems to have been increased quite a lot :)

The musics variations in vent system is very nice even if short; Next part should have some hidden stuff (Maybe some patients, trying to escape and died there?), because I felt this very part was hard worked, but player can run through without paying attention to the corridors textures/decals/broken stuff :/

Edited by: Mateos

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