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Falling Balcony

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By srry (See more)
3rd March, 2006

Half-Life
195.78KB - RMF, BSP
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809 downloads
10 comments

Last edited: 18th November, 2007

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This shows you how to create a balcony that will fall down and crumble into little bits. It's 73|-| @wz0m3$orz!!!!1 Just shoot the barrels to make the balcony fall.

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avatar rowleybob says: 4th March 2006, 18:09 PM
Outstanding!

I think I watched it 10 times!

I like how the pillars become buried partially, and the balcony falls in sections.

Also nice how the balcony bits accelerate to ground :)

Nice breakable bits and sound too.

Superb work!
avatar srry says: 6th March 2006, 17:30 PM
Thanks for the review. Damn, nobody else seems to have an opinion on it.
avatar rowleybob says: 7th March 2006, 05:27 AM
Yeah, I don't really understand that. Some people NEVER comment on anything...

Oh well, their loss ;)
avatar Madcow says: 10th March 2006, 14:30 PM
Aww, I thought it was for source
avatar srry says: 10th March 2006, 18:29 PM
NO! I refuse to ever map for that inferior piece of crap!
avatar Luke says: 10th March 2006, 23:56 PM
Your just mad cus you cant handle it :>
avatar srry says: 11th March 2006, 05:22 AM
That's actually kinda true...
avatar BJ says: 20th April 2006, 13:22 PM
Nicely done! Good example map.
avatar Rimrook says: 6th May 2006, 11:12 AM
finally checked this out :)

I thought it was rather cool for a detailed use of trains and such. Kinda nicely done.
avatar ashephard says: 27th August 2009, 10:16 AM
very nice work!
helpful for new mappers, such as myself learn how to do something as good as this (Y)
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