Author : Rich "swelt" Jacques
: Based on the original by American McGee
Email Address : **email removed**
Website : www.cpma.org.uk
Description : Quake III Arena level based on DM2
~~ OPTIMISED FOR CHALLENGE PROMODE ~~
~ www.promode.org ~
- Play Information -
: Make sure you have Quake III point release 1.31 or later.
: Extract map_nodm7.pk3 from the zip into quake3/baseq3 folder.
: Find or start a dedicated server running the map
: or play vs bots /map nodm7
- Level Information -
Game type : 1v1, tdm, ffa
Single Player : Yes
Player load : 2 - 8
Weapons : SG GL RL
Stuff : 3xYA, 2xRA, 2xMH, Quad
- Construction -
Editors used : GTKRadiant
Utilities used : Q3Map2, Editpad
- Notes -
This is a remake from scratch of DM2. All credit remains with iD software.
Remade with an egyptian style that I think really suits the architecture.
I've aimed to make the gameplay feel like the original, but of course
it is not possible to get it identical. If you want to play something that
is identical to the original - play the original. If you want something
that is familiar and captures some of the original's classic gameplay,
play on :) In my opinion, works best in CPMA as a 2v2 TDM map.
Also included is a map config which will replace RLs with BFGs :)
In CPMA, callvote map !nodm7b
Botplay: sadly Q3 bots really don't get on with movers to well. As such
I've had to do some serious cheating with botclip. The most flagrant bit
is the floor in the 2xYA room. At least they can give you a reasonable
bit of opposition. Recommended with CPMA 1.1 bots, using the following commands:
/addbot xaero 15
- Credits -
: id Software for Quake, Quake 3 and the original DM2
: Sock for his egyptian set
: Rorschach for the mural
: Drex, Endi, Mess, mrlame, rat and everyone else who has given me feedback
: Everyone who has played this level, cheers!
- Links -
CPMA Homepage www.promode.org
- Copyright / Permissions -
You may not include or distribute this map in any sort of
commercial product without 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 permission from the author.