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CTF-FreightCraft (UT) Testing

Discussion in 'Editing & Map Playtesting' started by TRgenius, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. TRgenius

    TRgenius New Member

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    I'm done with the beta of my UT CTF map FreightCraft, and I would appreciate if I could get comments and suggestions from people about it. It is available from:
    http://s95030374.onlinehome.us/utmaps/CTF-FreightCraft095.zip

    Thanks.

    --Malcolm

    P.S. Cobra graciously volunteered to botpath the map, but I would like to get comments on the map first in case I need to change some things. So, this beta does not have bot support.
     
  2. TRgenius

    TRgenius New Member

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    Thunderstrike Flak Monkey!

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    I'm just downloading it now, TRG. Comments will be along in a day or so, sorry for the delay.
     
  4. lophead

    lophead 10100111001

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    I'll give you a few comments based on what I can see in the screenshots (I don't have ut installed anymore).

    -from what I can see it seems you are still in the stage of learning how to subtract/add brushes (effectively) and joining rooms together.

    -the textures look wacked (once again it looks like you are still learning the basics of applying textures aswell)

    Without sounding too harsh, I can't really say anything that I'm impressed about (as far as I can see in the screenshots) - one good thing though is that you've started learning.

    Learn religiously through tutorials (not by trial and error) and yearn to improve with every level you make. The one thing I hate is seeing level designers that are at the basic level of skill and still produce the same standard of map on their 20th attempt. Good luck.
     

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