January 20th, 2007
Download this dmod if it's the last thing you ever do. The author put a *ton* of work into it, and it shows, in everything from the bookshelves to the convoluted level design to the conversations with even the most minor of characters. Many of the weapons (rock-hard bread, anyone?) and monsters (I grew to *loathe* those exploding headless ducks by the time I achieved my first ending) were refreshingly original, and I nearly split my sides laughing at things like the conversation with Harold the Mad Scientist. There were one or two annoying bits (like getting lost in the sewers), but not enough to detract from it overly much. All in all, a great dmod with a metric buttload of replay value, especially when you factor in the four very different endings.