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Title : Bullet in the Gun
BSP Name : yog3dm5.bsp
Author : John "Yogi" Hughes
Release Date : 21/04/2001
Email Address : **email removed**
Home Page : freshteam.telefragged.com
freshteam.telefragged.com/team/yogi
Game : Quake 3: Arena / Deathmatch
File size : 2.7 mb

Description : A Small Tech Base map with alot chrome and blue triming.

Additional Thanks to : Everyone at Fresh Team for being very supportive!
Both Kanaeda and =WWIII= for being good friends!
Grindspire for the much needed extra motivation!
Dave Bulow and Killer for the great feedback!
My sweetie Julie for her love and support!
Lunaran for the few Lunbase texes I used!
You the player for downloading my work!


Previous work : Quake 2 - Don't Look Down
Quake 2 - Hard As Nails
Quake 2 - Helter Skelter
Quake 3 - Lucid Dream
Quake 2 - GR: Paranoia
Quake 2 - Eviction Notice
Quake 3 - Reloaded
Quake 3 - Don't Look Down: Arena
Quake 3 - DEADline

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* MAP Information *

New Textures : A few from LunBase, Quake 3 and the rest by me.
New sounds : A few from various sources.

* Construction *

Base : From scratch
Construction Time : In total, about a week.
Build programs : Q3Map, BSPC for generating that big .aas
Build Time : 2 hours or so
Compile machine : P2 233 / 230 mb / GeForce DDR / Fluffy dice
Editor used : Q3Radiant 2.02
Other programs : PakScape for .pk3 management

Known Bugs : I dont think so, but then again... :)

* Copyright / Permissions *

All original and composed textures in this level remain property of
the sources respective owners.

All original and edited shaders in this level remain property of
the sources respective owners.

You may NOT use this level as a base to build additional levels and
MAY use the textures and shaders but give credit where credit is due.

You MAY distribute this PK3 in any electronic format (BBS, Internet,
CD, etc) as long as you contact me first, include all files intact in
the original archive, and send me a free copy (if it's a CD :) Thanks.