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Are low-gravity areas possible?

Discussion in 'Mapping' started by Cammy, Nov 15, 1999.

  1. Cammy

    Cammy Nymphomaniac

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    I seem to have come across rumors of low-gravity areas in Unreal where you can jump real high and fall very slowly. Do you really have such things in Unreal? (Haven't finished the game yet so I don't know.) If so, how do you create them? I went through the zoneinfos and don't seem to find anything like a low-gravity-zoneinfo. Any help will be appreciated, thanx!

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  2. Aridale N. Belmont

    Aridale N. Belmont New Member

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    Why yes young Cammy it just does happen to be possible. =) In a normal ZoneInfo or any ZoneInfo not just the normal one. Set it to be a Gravity Zone = True and then set the gravity to what you want. Its simple =)



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  3. Cammy

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    Thank you!

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