Bouncin 'Tween Da Boxen Readme
** Vitals **
Title : Bouncin 'Tween Da Boxen
Release Date : 10/9/2001
Filename : boxen.pk3
Maps : boxen.bsp
Author : Bryn "BadMonkey" Mosher
Email Address : **email removed**
Home Page : www.networkoftheapes.net
Description : Quake III Arena Deathmatch Map
** Description **
Ever find something in your computer that shouldn't be there?
Does you computer make funny noises?
Do you have mysterious hardware failures?
Then you probably have a deathmatch going on in there!
Another "small people" map like the kitchen, office and bedroom
maps that have been popular. This map should fare well with
four to eight players, but it will work for up to sixteen
I have included .bot files for the "Camper" and "Batman"
player models available at Polycount. (http://
Most of all, have fun!
** Instructions **
1 ) Extract boxen.pk3 into your Quake3/baseq3/ directory.
2 ) Start Quake3.
3 ) Boxen will be accessable from the menu or type "/map boxen"
at the console.
** Play Information **
type of game : Free for All and Team Deathmatch
Settings : Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch
Bot Support : Bots are fully supported
Level Name : boxen
Single Player : bots
Cooperative 2-4 Player: bots
Deathmatch Player : yes
Ctf : no
Difficulty Settings : entirely up to you
Boxen : Win2K PIII 667 (666?) with 256MB RAM
compile time : q3map.exe -v
0 hours 0 minutes 21.640 seconds
q3map.exe -vis -saveprt -v
0 hours 10 minutes 51.570 seconds
q3map.exe -light -extra -patchshadows -v
0 hours 40 minutes 57.839 seconds
bspc.exe -optimize -bsp2aas
0 hours 37 minutes 00.019 seconds
Total: 1 hour 28 minutes 11.068 seconds
** Credits **
Id made Quake III Arena, I made the textures, some sounds,
shaders and the map.
** Thanks to **
TTimo for the crashing help. Diane and Chunk for inspiration.
** Legal Stuff **
(c) 2001 Bryn "BadMonkey" Mosher
You are not to include or distribute this map in any sort of
commercial product without first obtaining permission from the
author. You may not mass distribute this level via any
non-electronic means, including but not limited to compact disks,
and floppy disks without first obtaining permission from the
author. Bryn Mosher is responsible for nothing, so don't blame