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Title : Totally Lost
BSP Name : nodm9

Title : Totally Lost:CPM Edition
BSP Name : nodm9a

Date : 11th July 2003

Author : Rich "swelt" Jacques
: Jakab "Rasputin" Marton
Email Address : **email removed**
Website :

Description : 2 Quake III Arena levels based on Q3DM13

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- Play Information -
: Make sure you have Quake III point release 1.31 or later.
: Extract map_nodm9.pk3 from the zip into quake3/baseq3 folder.
: Find or start a dedicated server running the map, or
: play bots (/map nodm9 or /map nodm9a)

- Level Information -
Game type : 1v1, 2v2, ffa
Single Player : Yes.
New Sounds : No
New Graphics : Yes, textures detailed below
New Models : Yes, MrClean's tele (seperate .txt)

- Construction -
Editors used : GTKRadiant
Utilities used : Q3Map2, Editpad

- Notes -

Nodm9 is a remake from scratch of Q3DM13. This was my favourite
duel map in the original Q3 release, but certain aspects of it
don't work well with CPM physics. This build attempts to fix this.
All credit remains with iD software. There are subtle changes to item
layout (-25h at RL, -25h at LG) plus some architecture changes (some
deliberate, some inevitable as a result of the remaking process). Works
nicely 1v1, 2v2/ffa works ok.

Nodm9a is a more radical alteration of the map to suit CPM. In particular
CPM 2v2 TDM works very well. Don't be put off by the BFG! The 1v1 mix could
also prove very interesting...

- Credits -
: id Software for Quake and the original q3dm13
: evillair for his gothic textures (Evil Set 7)
: MrClean for his teleporter and rune textures (see seperate readme)
: Rasputin for transforming my initial build into a properly brushed map
: AciD, Aggnog, Blem, Emp, Fac, Let, Marc, Mame,
and everyone else who has played this level, cheers!

- Links -

CPMA Homepage

- 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.