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Mayhem

The Store Slaughter
Description
This is an arcade style d-mod. There are no save points, and it only takes minutes to complete, but it should be fun to play a few times.

You, the Black Knight have been charged with the task of crushing some uppity peasants. If they don't like paying 95% of their earnings in taxes they can go somewhere else... well not really, but the point is, they shouldn't complain. And the certainly shouldn't try to take over the castle.

Try to cause as much death and destruction as you can and get out before they can close the city gates and overwhelm you.
Released:October 17th, 2014
File Size:1.83 MB
Downloads:187
Release Notes:NEW IN VERSION 2.0: High Score system, new abilities, new enemies, new things to destroy, new secrets, an achievement system, new play modes, spooky stuff.
Play:Play this D-Mod right now in your web browser! (More Info)
 
February 25th, 2004
v1.00
Score : 8.5 good
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jane
Peasant Female
 
Mayhem is a fun little dmod where you basically try to destroy as much as possible before the time runs out.

pros:
brilliant idea - you get to kill the people, destroy barrels, windows, torches, trees, pretty much everything! For everything you destroy, you get a certain number of points. It's small size also means it doesn't take forever to load. The new scream sounds were fun to listen to

Cons: time! The game is over in 6 mins, and that's only if you're playing the long version. And you only find out your score at the end, which is frustrating if you die before the end (in which case you never know your score). Some of the people were also very difficult to kill, and I found myself frequently dying from their attacks :/

Overall: A great, fun game which is good if you need to kill some time. I highly recommend it, at least for a change from the usual hum-drum romps.
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Mayhem 2??2skullDecember 14th 2017, 11:58 PM
Achievements / High Scores?5redink1April 15th 2015, 03:04 PM
Geez how long does it take for a submission to be approved nowadays?7PaulOctober 21st 2014, 11:27 AM