The Innocent Eternity

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1st January 1998

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Basic Details
  • Title: The Innocent Eternity
  • File Name: inn_e.zip
  • Original File Name: inn_e.zip
  • Size : 693
  • Author: Vladislav G. Vlasiuk
  • Date Released: 06 April 1999
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3 recommendations, average score: 2 (out of 5), standard deviation: 0 (what's that?)
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4 Comments

  1. Mel
    Think Twice

    frustrating puzzle orientated game, impossible without cheating.

  2. 2muchvideogames

    I beat it without cheating, but there were alot of soldiers and aliens and it turns out its not finished so you are promptly killed by triggers in the second map.

  3. Think Twice

    Very bad map. Like some other reviewers on this map. I had to cheat as well.

    Also, quite some grunt and alien spam, because that makes a good map, right?

  4. Think Twice

    The Innocent Eternity is a very tricky little map that starts out as a grunt fest and soon devolves into Xen alien spamming areas. The grunt fights are tricky because there are usually one or more grunts in every room you come to, and they always have their sights trained on the door you enter by. Thankfully, you have more than enough grenades to deal with most of the grunts, but you need to be quick and get them in through the doors before they close.

    At the half way point, after a surprisingly easy encounter with some assassins in a large open area, you power up a generator. After that, there are monster spawners at regular intervals when you’re back tracking and these appear to spawn endlessly. This often means that whilst you’re dealing with the vort that just spawned in front of you, another will spawn behind you.

    Not fun but certainly doable without cheating… until the second map simply kills you with a trigger.

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