Files for Daniel Loebl

Prisoners of the Tower

Daniel Loebl — Feb 10, 1999

A very complicated map, with lots and lots and lots of secrets. Too many slow-moving elevators for my taste, but if you're willing to take the time to get to know this map, you will find that there are a myriad of ways to kill your friends. As the author says, "the map is your weapon."

The River Bed

Daniel Loebl — Apr 18, 1997

A large one level net map that shows some very good attention to detail. Light sets, speed of the elevators and heights are all thought out in this map. EMFH seems to work best with this one. Definitely learn the map beforehand, lots of hiding places and corners, etc... Very good in construction and design.


Daniel Loebl — Oct 04, 1996

If you think you've found all the secrets in this level, you haven't played it long enough. Lots of doors that don't look like doors, but there are some very nice navigation tools, fun lighting... and more than enough ammo to keep your whole group dying.

The Return v2.0

Daniel Loebl — Aug 28, 1996

An abandoned church, with a few elevators, some teleporters, and a secret passage or two. Always keep in mind-if you can see them, they can probably see you... Update adds lots of secret passageways, reworks some of the existing ones, and generally cleans up. (A much sneakier level, now...)

Dying is Easy

Daniel Loebl — Aug 14, 1996

An open area with multi-level platforms, and a lot of intricate hallways and stairwells around the outside. Look for the sniper positions that give access to long-range kill shots... but beware the counterpositions! A deceptive map, for there are many areas that seem safe to rest in, but aren't...

Paranoid Turrets

Daniel Loebl — Jun 15, 1996

A multilevel arena. The textures keep you from getting your bearings for a little while... and your opponents will keep you from it for as long as you play. Very open, with lots of ways to get from point a to point b. Always check above you...

I Dare You!

Daniel Loebl — Jun 07, 1996

A two-level arena, with lots of nooks and crannies on both levels. Watch the crossfire!

Black Magic VI

Daniel Loebl — May 30, 1996

A large, rambling level, with distinctive lighting effects, and some weird spatial quirks. Plenty of ammo and weapons... so as soon as you've figured out the flow, carnage rates should be high.

Above it All v1.0

Daniel Loebl — May 23, 1996

A very geometrical (mostly squares, actually), multilevel arena. There are a few secrets, but mostly you'll be jumping from block to block, avoiding spanker shots from all around...

Faster! Faster! Kill! Kill! v1.0

Daniel Loebl — Apr 23, 1996

A two level arena...Carnage should be high. Don't look at the ceiling-it's a bit weird. (While you're trying to figure out why it bothers you, you'll get a grenade in your back...)

1,000 Ways to Die v1.1

Daniel Loebl — Mar 25, 1996

This map's a blast (literally). The only weapons (besides the pistol you carry) are the shotgun and the SPNKR. There are enough corners and ledges that you should be able to avoid getting blasted every ten seconds, but grabbing that SPNKR is a bit difficult, if someone's watching... Update fixes a freezing bug.

For a Few Shotguns More

Daniel Loebl — Mar 18, 1996

A wide-open, weapons-out-the-wazoo level. I guarantee, you'll never run out of ammo. Flow is great... It's fast with two, but should support 8 without too much trouble.


Daniel Loebl — Feb 24, 1996

A windy, creepy little level... lots of places to pop up in someone's way, guns blazing. Watch your back.

Barrel of Monkeys

Daniel Loebl — Jan 23, 1996

O??ptlevel arena. Light plays a pretty key role here... and there are secrets to be found, if your playmates don't kill you first... It's on the small maps page because it's all pretty much in one room, but it can easily support more than four players.

Digital Orange v3.0

Daniel Loebl — Nov 29, 1995

Don't even think of turning aliens on for a net game. Troopers, troopers everywhere... Update has more secrets.

Revelations v1.0

Daniel Loebl — Sep 15, 1995

A dark church, lots of teleporters, and hell...

Mad Science v1.0

Daniel Loebl — Sep 10, 1995

Big, lots of open spaces, insanely difficult with aliens. With aliens off, would make a great open level for 6-8 players.