Editing MAP07: Dead Simple (Doom II)

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* The [[backpack]] at the start of the level is actually ten backpacks placed on top of each other. Picking "it" up will thus give the player a very large amount of ammo.
 
* The [[backpack]] at the start of the level is actually ten backpacks placed on top of each other. Picking "it" up will thus give the player a very large amount of ammo.
 
* "Dead Simple" is the first official map in the ''Doom'' series whose name is not a noun or a noun phrase.
 
* "Dead Simple" is the first official map in the ''Doom'' series whose name is not a noun or a noun phrase.
* {{French level name|L'Herbe de la mort}}, which can be translated loosely as "The Grass of Death", presumably a reference to the predominant floor texture.
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* {{French level name|L'Herbe de la mort}} Taken literally, this means "The Herb of Death", and it is unclear why this phrase was chosen, aside from the fact that "Dead Simple" is an idiomatic phrase.
  
 
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