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Entity Challenge 2 - Rube Gold

Map Vault > Completed Maps

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By Captain Terror (See more)
14th February, 2008

Half-Life
Hosted Externally - RMF, BSP
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909 downloads
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Last edited: 9th July, 2010

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NOTE: this map was built with gamma/brightness turned all the way up. So, if your gamma and brightness are set to default(50% for each), this map will look very dark!

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Open the platter and start the machine!

This started out as a simple miniature competition entry, but I ended up putting a lot more work into it than I thought... not that it can't be improved: far from it. (thought I'm pretty tired of working on it!)


Entity Challenge thread:
http://twhl.co.za/forums.php?thread=15023

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avatar Snpbond says: star star star star star 15th February 2008, 12:06 PM
Very impressive, I like the paper airplane, and the end is quite funny :)
avatar Rimrook says: star star star star star 15th February 2008, 12:10 PM
Yeah, clever set up of random junk. Awesome Hammer props too. Though its a tad dark... Either way its pure genius. I would have loved to see you use all of the space you set up for yourself in that Gymnasium, which was really well built too.

Who cares about the wpoly, its awesome.
avatar Daubster says: star star star star star 17th November 2008, 10:42 AM
Loved the idea as well as diversity of objects used in the chain reaction. Very creative. Brushwork was top-notch, which is something you'd normally expect from a map by you. ;>

I wish this had the realistic and perfectly clean movement of Redka's entry, though. A combination of creativity and precision would have really kicked ass.

Nice work establishing a rather interesting setting as well.
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