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The Labyrinth

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By DiscoStu (See more)
3rd May, 2009

135.78KB - BSP

Last edited: 2nd September, 2009


Just a random map I made when I was 14 years old. It's just a hedge maze. I wouldn't tag it finished but it's not exactly unfinished either. It's compiled and it even has a waypoint file for POD bots. It's just not something particularly awesome :P

Edit: Fixed the typo in the title.
Maybe I'll remake it properly some day, although in the end it'll still be just a hedge maze.


avatar Daubster says: 4th May 2009, 01:38 AM
Heh, reminds me of my very first attempts at CS mapping. Something magical about hedge mazes that makes you want to include them in your first maps. ;]
avatar raver says: 4th May 2009, 12:58 PM
lol .. I made also a maze as one of my first "maps". Then 2 years later I picked up the old rmf and made a maze with random trigger, hedges that moves, tricks and of magic stuff .. its all magic
avatar DiscoStu says: 4th May 2009, 13:12 PM
[quote]random trigger, hedges that moves, tricks and of magic stuff[/quote]
DAMN, so that idea wasn't so original either! :(

It's one of my first attempts at mapping something usable. The texturing is awful, now that I look at it...
avatar Rimrook says: 4th May 2009, 22:54 PM
I'm guilty of mapping a maze too... never posted it though.
avatar Striker says: 5th May 2009, 14:13 PM
I never tried to make such attempts when I was a beginner. I always mapped from my mind, with a little more fantasy I'd say, when I was a beginner :D
avatar Guinea Pirate says: 6th May 2009, 14:40 PM
Not too shabby, better than the fullbright cubes that some people upload - aka most awp/aim/fy maps.
avatar Habboi says: 9th May 2009, 18:12 PM
I never mapped a maze but I do recall making a maze in the old Tony Hawks level editor. Memories :)
avatar FresheD says: 13th May 2009, 17:33 PM
Tony Hawks level editor was very awesome indeed. I never mapped a maze btw.
avatar Soup Miner says: star star star 8th June 2009, 05:52 AM
I got lost D:
I must be out of the loop, because I've never played a hedgemaze map before. This map would be mad fun to play with friends.

I liked the secret lookout of death-- I can just imagine other players yelling "How did you get there!" :)

Anyway, as fun as it is, it's not much for the eyes. texturing and brushwork were both far from amazing. If your goal was simply "map something wacky/fun" then you've succeded. Well done.
avatar DiscoStu says: 11th July 2009, 00:57 AM
Thanks World Crafter. It did indeed turn out to be what it was intended to be. Far from beautiful, just a simple and fun map to play. With a secret spot to make it a little bit less boring.
avatar Captain Terror says: 29th July 2009, 20:48 PM
lol you spelled labyrinth wrong in your title, so i couldn't find it right away...

seems like a really neat, intriguing concept for a cs map. i was able to rescue the hostages, but never found my way to the fort in the middle..

you could make the hedges wider, more nicely brushed, and obvioiusly new textures but other than that it seems pretty well made. I won't rate since it's obviously unfinished.
avatar DiscoStu says: 7th August 2009, 19:40 PM
Oh right, didn't notice the misspelling. I'll try to edit it, thanks.
Keep playing, the entrance is there ;)
avatar The Spy says: star star star star star 7th November 2009, 13:07 PM
Omg, this map is awesome, and SO confusing!
5 Stars mate, even though its obviously unfinished.
avatar The Spy says: 7th November 2009, 13:08 PM
Oh lol, just realised, you last edited it on the day before ma birthday, 2nd September!
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