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A short, -nomonsters demo demonstrating a trick jump on Memento Mori II MAP03: ...And Hell Beneath. It's possible to use strafe50 to jump to the red door from the highest platform to the west; when doing so, it seems you should start from the westernmost wall. It was discovered by Sergey Kapustin, and used by his brother, Eugene, in a not-yet-processed Compet-n UV speed demo to win the level in 3:00.

Recorded by User:TheGreenHerring in PrBoom+ with -complevel 2 (doom2.exe v1.9 compatibility) on September 22, 2009.

Length: 1:33.


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