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Retro Edition, has reduced texture resolutions and poly-counts for improved performance. Save files from other versions of Total Chaos are not compatible.

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Total Chaos - Directors Cut (Retro Edition)
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theLeglock
theLeglock

It is incredible that no one is talking about how good this looks (specially boomers like myself). After finishing some new boomer shooters (some of them with low poly counts made on porpouse) made me come again to TC but try this version instead, and WOW. It looks incredible. The "PSX" vibes hit me hard on the nostalgia.

Thanks for TC and THANKS for this Retro version. I hope peole how played the Original try this one!

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booman
booman

Agreed! I still can't believe this is a modified Doom engine!!!???
Total Chaos is brilliant with melee action, inventory, looting, difficult monster slaying and survival.

I played it for quite a white until I got stuck in an area. I will have to play again as its a lot of fun!

Even runs in Linux using GZDoom
Gamersonlinux.com

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Guest
Guest

Greetings! Not sure if this is the right place to post something like this...
I seem to have stumbled onto a (presumable) bug. After/During the first boss fight, I am unable to damage the cracked wall in any way. Furthermore, there appears to be a black void instead of a corridor behind it.
I don't think I've missed any of the previous secrets, too.

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wadaholic Author
wadaholic

There is a dynamite stick earlier in the map, hidden in the area with all the spiders and tongue monsters. You need to blow it up with a dynamite stick, no other weapons do damage to it.

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lennyAll
lennyAll

HOW DID I NOT NOTICE WHEN THIS CAME OUT

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