The Grand Intelligence IV: Intelligent Intellect
In this episode Martinez McMeyer (aka the Grand Intelligence) has been sucked into Commander Keen's universe, where he has to save Commander Keen and his friends. To save Keen's friends, Martinez must confront his evil counterpart, Mortimer McMire.
- Mart lands on the Space Station
- Mart hesitantly checks the Control Room
- Mart faces the Star Dock
- Mart bursts into Rocket A
- Mart carefully neaks into Rocket B
- Mart approaches Rocket C
- Mart looks around in Rocket D
- Mart ascends the Transform T.
- Mart wanders in Mort's Lab
- Mart goes to the Floating Area
- Mart floats in the Space Maze
- Mart gets shocked in the Electro Dome
- Mart stops at the Space Dock
- Mart mechanizes his hands in the Engine Room
- Mart makes his way into the Red Pit
- Mart visits the Desert Town
- Mart enters the Mangling Machine
- Mart explores Rocket E
- Mart decides to return to his Miracle Machine
Creatures and other modifications
Blue Bird Egg replacement
Walking Blue Bird replacement
Underwater Mine replacement
Mad Mushroom replacement
Treasure Eater replacement
|Mini Mangling Machine
Council Member replacement
Poison Slug replacement
Easter Eggs / References
- In the Control Room level if you get to the secret room, you can see a blue door that leads you to the main control room, but you cannot enter it. Moreover you can also find Noob Saibot and his portrait, which is a reference to Mortal Kombat due to the fact that this mod was planned to be a crossover between Commander Keen and Mortal Kombat featuring Noob Saibot, but this idea was scrapped in favour of Grand Intelligence 4 and Noob Saibot is Szemigi's favourite character.
- In the Star Dock level you can find a dead Little Ampton with a screwed up computer behind the yellow beam. It's a reference to Keen 5.
- In Rocket D you can find two Rocketpops behind a glass bulb. It's a reference to Keen 9.
- In the Space Dock level you can find Molly in a room with some Bloogs. It's a reference to Keen 6.
- If you get to Rocket E and you enter the secret place, you will find a blue M platform. Stand on it a bit and after a short while Martinez will transform into his blue form. It's a reference to Szemigi's earlier idea due to the fact that originally Martinez was planned to be blue instead of green, but due to the boring blue colours Martinez has been changed to green.
- The "Deja View" title is a reference to the Powerpuff Girls comic issue 50: Deja View, where the Powerpuff Girls meet the Powerpunk Girls in a parallel universe.