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release date: 10-Sep-2019
# of downloads: 111

average rating: 5.48
review count: 12
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file size: 28.40 MB
file type: TR4
class: Cave/Cat

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Reviewer's comments
"It starts very dark, but quickly improves from there. And it is quite a straightforward run of about 30 minutes, if you do not get completely lost in the maze at the end. A few ninjas to battle along the way, some buttons to press and some blocks to push around, so in the end not all that much to be done. Texturing is rather careless, but the builder played with lights a bit here and there and that helped improve the atmosphere." - MichaelP (13-Dec-2023)
"It's a short, mediocre but pleasant level to play. Gameplay most of the time is pretty simple although I really liked the pushable puzzle and the last puzzle with the maze built of many rooms. That was pretty creative. There are few nice jumping sequences as well. Some areas don't have their full potential used in terms of gameplay in my opinion. Other minor issue is that some ladders could have been marked more properly. The desing is nice but with some flaws. Level in general looks interesting and some areas look pretty nice. I definitely like the lighting. It's colourful in most places. I also liked that after pushing buttons there was a nice little light effect. However, most of the rooms look pretty boxy and wallpapered in terms of textures. Some more transitions could have been used. Another thing is that rooms feel pretty empty too because there isn't almost anything in them. Some decorative objects and stuff scattered around would make them look more alive. There are also a lot of objects like doors and raising blocks that don't have a sound. All in all, it's an easy and pleasant game. If you want something short then you might give it a try. It's nothing outstanding though." - BlackWolfTR (29-Sep-2022)
"I attempted this level when it was first released,but became completely stuck about half-way through due to a confusing,and far too dark,layout.The second time around I used the Walkthrough, and discovered that my confusion would have been exacerbated had I made further progress the first time around,due to a thoroughly confusing cryptic maze serving as a Finale. Overall,the construction is sound enough (although the outside area with the Tower depends upon an intimate encounter with the edge of the map);and there are interesting ideas presented here and there (especially the attempt at providing an atmosphere of creepiness;even if nothing you encounter along the way actually follows up on this). Progression is easy enough if you follow the Walkthrough's instructions carefully;but there's not much here that genuinely entertains. The arbitrary ending hardly does the level any favours either;as it gives the player the feeling that the adventure is incomplete. Ok for a 30 minute blast,though." - Orbit Dream (26-Nov-2020)
"Quite organic, begins nicely, continues nicely, ends not so nicely, for you shouldn't try to be creative exactly the same way as the others were. Dead end windows were nice though. I'm not so sure about the controversial choice of using the edge of the map as an intended playable zone. But I wasn't bored at any point so I'll consider this game a "yes"." - DJ Full (26-Oct-2020)
"A short level not very difficult to play except if you miss something or don't properly explore the areas; in that case there is certaing backtracking. Nothing really special here, I found several defects like the unmarked climbable ladders, bad applied textures or Lara reaching the end of the world. The final maze was really nasty so better use the walkthrough if you're not agree with this kind of gameplay. Not very entertaining for me." - Jose (23-Dec-2019)
"Level quite dark overall. It is not very difficult, except the last labyrinthine part where you have to go through many identical pieces. The game ends for me with a black screen" - Drakan (28-Nov-2019)
"A very Osvaldo-esque level, so much that I am sure Scourge is either his alias or Osvaldo is directly involved in the construction. This particular game is quite amateurish with a lot of unintended shortcuts, unmarked ladders and very simplistic gameplay, topped with a maze at the end really nobody needed. What is better is the slightly mysterious atmosphere that works in its way, the central tower area has its certain something but is let down with bumping into the end of the map on every occasion. Paper thin walls are also present. Sounds and cameras are okay and a few scenes with enemies are interesting, but it is really boring always fighting with the same kind of enemies in all different locations. The sole secret is okay and this was an overall atmospheric (in the better parts) but not very interesting level." - manarch2 (27-Sep-2019)
"I almost binned this level right at the beginning as it was so dark. I almost binned it in the middle of the very confusing maze, but it’s lucky I persevered as that was pretty much the end. In between, there were some enjoyable moments, but given the short duration (not much more than 30 minutes), that didn’t amount to a great deal. It does show promise and, apart from a few wafer thin walls here and there, it’s quite attractively put together, but a bit more ‘oomph’ in the gameplay would have been most welcome." - Jay (19-Sep-2019)
"This builder teamed up with Osvaldo for his first level and has decided to go it alone for his second one. While playable, it's not an improvement. Gameplay is rather episodic, and that maze at the end was not a fun exercise. As eRIC mentioned in his review, there are several ways of doing things in this level, a couple of which I've noted in the written walkthrough. There's but one secret, for which you must find two starfish hands that are not normally used for this purpose. It does have its moments, but it's not one to put on your must-play list." - Phil (16-Sep-2019)
"A level of quite a brief duration (exactly half an hour net gaming time in my case) that seems rather similar in style to Osvaldo's levels (maybe he and this fledgling builder are good friends, but that's just a passing comment anyway). Anyway, what's on offer here isn't a bad effort for a beginner builder, but it does become a bit wearying and more repetitive as it progresses and eventually culminates in a pretty tiring door puzzle that has th the potential to confuse the player quite a bit. The environment and atmosphere is overly dark and bland but not without its moments, while enemies consist solely of the good old (?) TR4 ninjas and the lone secret I managed to find seemed to just a be a souvenir, although we shouldn't deduct points so much just because secrets are lacking, they're not that important in the game. Underwhelming but certainly playable." - Ryan (16-Sep-2019)
"There is a good amount of potential in this level, but each aspect of it needs to be expanded upon. Gameplay is mostly going from switch to switch in a trial-and-error fashion. A lot of switches left me confused about what they accomplished. I appreciate the simple pushblock puzzle. The ending is a bit of a letdown, because it's a maze made from the same room being duplicated 26 times, requiring the player randomly step on floor tiles until the exit opens. Texturing is very wallpapered, and climbable surfaces are poorly indicated. Lighting is the strongest aspect of this level, and I like how the different colors were used. Some decorative objects add to the atmosphere, but more would help the level not feel as empty. 35 minutes." - JesseG (14-Sep-2019)
"TR4 level with TR3 textures and the two types of ninjas as enemies , it is quite dark at the beginning , less afterwards but still with thick shadows sometimes (in a pushable blocks room all animated objects are completely black), and a few places appear too bright in comparison. The setting is solidly made , but the builder should be aware of thin walls and some textures are compressed. Good atmosphere. Gameplay wise you have some exploration , a puzzle with pushable blocks , a room with pillars some are safe some are lethal , a room with many ledges and a couple of trapdoors (some of the things you do here are unnecessary , let us say there are different ways to raid this room) and i like the outside building where you need to reach the end of the world to access the top of it. I like less the last area : a maze where you have to step on patterned tiles ; but try this level, it is not a too long level and it is not annoying either." - eRIC (11-Sep-2019)