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Goldeneye 007 Match Levels
Version: 1.0, by Michael12345 (Online name is Michael) Michael12345 is offline
Developer Last Online: Oct 2018

Category: Version: SRB2 Rating:
Released: 07-31-2018 Last Update: Never Installs: 0
Multiplayer Levels

Hi Everyone, I Made the Goldeneye Match Levels for SRB2.

The levels are not perfect some routes of the levels are not 100% correct.
I took a long time to make the levels. but now its done enjoy.

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File Type: zip mt_Goldeneye007.zip (16.39 MB, 78 views)

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Old 08-22-2018   #2
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Can't say I remember goldeneye deathmatch all that well... except maybe facility, but that's mainly because its singleplayer counterpart was a stage I always died in, pointlessly trying to save the other agent at the end.

These stages are not especially well suited to SRB2 - You'll want to be Sonic just to get around these long hallways, and as a matter of adaptation some of these stages could have used some texture changes around hallway openings so they don't blend in, but they work, and this has sat without attention for long enough.

Sorry for the delay, and Welcome to Releases!
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