Title : DREAM. Tourney or FFA for Quake III Arena
Filename : map-revdmdream1.pk3 (contains 1 map)
Maps : revdream1.bsp
Author : Adam Conolly (re-Verse, IGUANA), custom music by Jeremy Reid (smart)
Email Address : **email removed**
Map location :mulletzone.owc.net.../rev-dream1.zip

Description :Quake III Arena - Tournament and DM map, custom music

1 ) Extract map-revdmdream1.pk3 into your Quake3/baseq3/ directory
2 ) Start Quake3
3 ) Map will be accessable from the menu
4) If your music volume is set to 0, turn it up, at least for the first few times you play it.

* Play Information *

type of game:
revdream1.bsp - Tournament and DM map

Settings : Tournament and DM 2-6 players
Bot Support : Bots are kinda supported (they can't deal with the water too well). I advise playing with Real People

Comp: :celeron 450mhz w/256 meg /Win98
compile time: :29 minutes 4 seconds(q3map -light -extra)

Take Note that to see all of the textures, you will probably need Zoids Threewave CTF pack.
* Construction *

Base : Saw parts of this map in a dream. First map ever completed.
Editor used : Q3radiant

Known Bugs : none
Build time : About a month, on and off... lots of time taken learned rad. and then redoing parts to be smoother :)

* Special Thanks*

Special Thanks to Team Dissillusioned (the best mapping team there is) , *.EXE, the MulletZone people, and other misc Critics :) , you helped this map not suck.

*Extra Special Thanks*

Extra Special Thanks to Smart (god of angles, soon to be famous, mr multi faceted. Hes also probably the only person on Earth i can ask at 7 in the morning for some music for my map, and 15 minutes later have something that fits it perfectly created), and azn9irl (who is So Much more than just that, without You, this map wouldn't be here, and i wouldn't be grinning like this. Digging on Everything You Do). If not for these two, this map would have Not happenned.

* Legal Stuff *

This level is (c) 2000 Adam Conolly.
You are not to include or distribute this map or Any of its contents 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.