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By satchmo (See more)
12th March, 2010

Half-Life 2: Deathmatch
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Last edited: 21st March, 2010

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My condominium.

A rather small map, but it's true to the scale in real life.

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avatar JeffMOD says: 12th March 2010, 18:15 PM
It looks good, but I don't have HL2DM installed atm.
Are you going to make any other versions?
avatar satchmo says: 12th March 2010, 18:32 PM
I probably won't make other versions, but it's always possible that I'll change my mind later.

I've spend a lot of hours mapping this week, and I'm extremely sleep deprived.
avatar satchmo says: 21st March 2010, 10:15 AM
Updated with a better skybox, more details, and improved lighting.
avatar Archie says: 12th April 2010, 23:51 PM
This isn't finished.
You know it's not.

There's so many things wrong with it I don't even know where to start.
It lacks even basic texture alignment in many places (especially windows,) there are no little details or even light fixtures (even if they're not on, they still exist.) The road just disappears into a house. Everything is very blocky. There are very few physics objects which is what HL2DM is all about. There's no safety rail above your staircase - unlikely.
Nothing about it says "home."

Hate to be overly harsh, but I think you need a kickstart to get this up to and beyond your standard, because it has lots of potential!

Custom materials would also go down a treat.
Lighting is quite nice.
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