Date of release: December 2014 – limit removing port req.
This is one of my stranger levels. It doesn’t take itself too seriously and were meant as a celebratory only release for Doom’s 21st birthday. It’s probably one of the more cheerful and colorful levels I’ve made – if not THE most cheerful looking – hence the title, I guess.
It uses a midi from the the original 1993 game and uses a ton of trigger effects. This means the level can be somewhat unpredictable – so watch your step. You never know exactly what a switch does or when you walk over a line to activate a trap. The gameplay isn’t as polished as some of my other work, but there’s definitely still plenty of entertainment value in it for you. Congratulations Doom, we love you lots!