Elite Force 2

Blackhole Observatory

Description:

This map is based around (you guessed it) a black hole in space. There are many circular walkways of different levels to get from the blue flag to the red and back. This map might be best played on
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low gravity as the walkways are easy to fall off, especially if you accidently go through one of the transporters that are located around the map, which will transport you through each of the different leveled walkways. If you are one of the unlucky players that can\'t stay on the playforms for very long, you will find yourself falling down into space before being sucked into the black hole that is placed in the centre. After a short ride down a flashing red tube, you arrive in a white oblivion where you remain for a few seconds before finally dying. The flags are actually located right next to each other, but separated by a long yellow forcefield, meaning you have to take the long trek around the whole structure to score, unless you find another, sneaky way to do it. :) Overall it seems like a well thought out map which is reflected in it\'s quality. I only found a few bugs such as the flag appearing like it\'s on the other side of the forcefield (Ritualistic\'s fault), and you being able to wander around in the white room of death (for the few seconds you remain alive) and kill anyone else who happens to be there. Go get it now! Review by Gez
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Date Added:
05-24-2005
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