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This demo shows how to find one of the secrets in Memento Mori II MAP29: Kings of Metal (sector 343, probably the most complicated secret in MM2). As the level author, Jens Nielsen, "rewards" the player for finding it by closing access to the BFG9000 and megasphere, this demo shows how to get them too.

Notes: 1) I skip the satyr switch in the room with the combat armor and soul sphere on stone platforms. It is used to create two steps making the jump to the lion switch a bit easier, but pressing it is not absolutely necessary. 2) Although taking the blue key is irrelevant in this demo, entering the room itself is important to return to the starting area. 3) When I find the secret room I make punches in the air. I do not enter it on the first attempt, getting the BFG9000 and megasphere first.

Recorded by MementoM, using PrBoom+ with -complevel 2 (doom2.exe v1.9 compatibility.)

Length: about 2:25 (level not completed).


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