trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

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trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

Post by Luisa » 07 Apr 2017 00:35

- egypt class
- not very colorful, kinda grey-ish, beige-ish looking
- lara was wearing a black tee and black shorts like her film version
- there were panthers as baddies
- at some point lara had to jump over a giant cog to reach some higher platform
- it was not The Ancient Knowledge by Danilo Rocha but resembled it visually
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Re: trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

Post by DJ Full » 07 Apr 2017 02:11

Catacombs Reloaded by jonson
I've just PM-d the widescreen update to Michael.
So if that's your screen ratio better wait a day or two :wink:

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Re: trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

Post by Mulf » 22 Apr 2017 23:43

Since this thread has a nicely generic title decribing a recurring problem, I'm going to go ahead and post my own small ad here:

Looking for a level taking place in some haunted mansion with a ridiculous amount of doors to open, some of which kill Lara if she tries to open them. The first occasion to get stuck is a key lying on top of a chandelier (of all places), and it has a madness-inducing audio loop from some 90s videogame. It looks very good though, and has received high ratings.

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Re: trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

Post by Ryan » 22 Apr 2017 23:45

"I've been hearing symphonies, before all I heard was silence".
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Re: trying to find a level I've played some time ago...

Post by Mulf » 22 Apr 2017 23:56

Exactly! Thank you very much. (That was fast!)

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