The Halls of Illusion

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The Halls of Illusion
General information
AKA The Hall of Mirrors[1]
Enemies Doppelgängers
Music IG3
Chronological information
Previous level 24. The Entrance Hall[2]
Next level 26. The Hub[2]
Location on Land Map
Sir Daniel Fortesque

The Halls of Illusion is a level that was cut from MediEvil.[2] According to the game's producer, Chris Sorrell, the level was a 'maze' featuring a lot of mirror-based puzzles. The primary enemies would have been Dan's doppelgängers who would emerge out of the mirrors to fight him.[3][1]

A very rough version of the level appears in the MediEvil ECTS Pre-Alpha. No enemies or items are present in the level at this early stage, but its WAD and VLO confirm that Dan's doppelgängers were set to appear here.

In promotional materials

Artwork of the level appeared briefly in The Making of MediEvil feature distributed via several demo discs.

The Making of MediEvil MediEvil ECTS Pre-Alpha
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Book of Gallowmere



Main article: Images of The Halls of Illusion


  1. 1.0 1.1 Twitter "…The Hall of Mirrors was a mirror filled ‘maze’ where doppelgänger Dans were supposed to emerge from the mirrors to battle you."Chris Sorrell (@Trepan) on X (formerly Twitter) (archived version at Internet Archive Wayback Machine). Published September 24, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 MediEvil Rolling Demo. Developed by SCEE Cambridge Studio. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment in September 1997.
  3. ProBoards MediEvil developers - Q&A; on MediEvil Boards. Published May 7, 2013.


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