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Stauf’s Last Stand Released for Q3A

July 15th, 2002 by Alkini

David Law wrote in to let us know that his Q3A level mod Stauf’s Last Stand (screenshots) has been released:

Embraced originally from the early 1990’s PC titles The 7th Guest and The 11th Hour, old man Stauf is back in an immersive and incredible experience created exclusively for Quake III Arena.

Within these haunted rotting walls, the cackling demented toymaker Henry Stauf beckons your presence for one last round. Abolished are the tedious task of assembling pointless puzzles… the final hour has arrived, and its about drawing blood this time.

“Stauf’s Last Stand” not only sports a new environment, but also a completely new texture set, sounds, and music.

Created and produced by surprisingly, a legally blind level designer. For more information and to directly download this level, direct your browser to: www.retinalregeneration.com

Stauf’s Last Stand download: stauf.zip

4 Responses to “Stauf’s Last Stand Released for Q3A”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    This guy looks like all the others.

    Especially the design of his “videogame project” including post September 11 slogans as “United We Stand”, etc.

    Funny how nobody was saying “United We Stand” before September 11. Now the Stock Market hangs a reefer, people start losing their jobs, companies also hang their reefers upside the stock market, politicians violate more unalienable and civil rights, and everyone thinks they are fooling eachother with “United We Stand.”

    United we stand on what, our graves? I know, I’ll mod my computer with banners ands stickers stating “United We Stand” and I’ll probably lose my job. Notice a trend? You know when the economy is going to take a shit when people start saying “United We Stand.”

    ROFLMAO…yer all losers that have been spanked by wee little Ossama.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Not worth the download, unless you care about the 7th guest type stuff.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    This is just another quake3 arena map. It is based on and old game that never has been released for linux, and there are plenty of other maps in way better quality and gameplay released every week.
    Is it because the man belongs to a minority like the linux community? Or is it because the map was made in linux?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Yeah it does look a bit murky, but it looks promising nonetheless. Perhaps he needs a few collaborators to fine tune things. And besides, if David gets to redesign his maps using the DOOM III engine, then things will be interesting.

    As for the patriotism issue, keep it outta here folks! This is a games site, not some political soapbox forum! (Not that I don’t like that stuff, but I don’t wanna deal with idiots in here who think Bill O’Reilly’s the greatest thing since sliced bread :b)

    ‘tazzola’

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