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ItsChip

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#1 10 years ago

I know this may seem pretty strange but I love making maps in games.I want to know if there are any games for the PC where you can make maps.I dont want anyone saying buy this and this too because I want to be able to do it in the game,I dont want to buy extra software or anything,Thanks.




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#2 10 years ago

I believe Crysis comes with a level editor.


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#3 10 years ago
Frieden;4394647I believe Crysis comes with a level editor.

Would it work on a 8600mm 256mb graphics card??




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#4 10 years ago

Barely, yeh.

Other games that come to mind:

FarCry [I map here] Crysis [I used to map here] Oblivion Command and Conquer 3 [I map here] Command and Conquer 3 - Kane's Wrath [I map here] Half Life 2 Quake 3 Doom 3 Unreal Tournament Unreal Tournament 2004 Unreal Tournament 3




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#5 10 years ago

n88tr;4394696Barely, yeh.

Other games that come to mind:

FarCry [I map here] Crysis [I used to map here] Oblivion Command and Conquer 3 [I map here] Command and Conquer 3 - Kane's Wrath [I map here] Half Life 2 Quake 3 Doom 3 Unreal Tournament Unreal Tournament 2004 Unreal Tournament 3

Can you make maps on C&C3 and Half-Life,if so is it good???




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#6 10 years ago

It depends on your skill, but generally yes. CNC3 is the EASIEST editor i have ever used, by FAR.

HL2 uses Hammer, i believe, to build maps. CounterStrikeSource as well as all the other Source mods use it to map, and some very high quality maps have been made using it.

1 sec, i'll show you some images of some CNC3 maps i'm working on... ;)

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Some quick shots, none of these have been released yet, i still have some technical problems

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#7 10 years ago

Cool i really like the last one!So can I make CS:S and HL2 maps when I buy game or do I have to download or get something else too?




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#8 10 years ago

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#9 10 years ago
R.Z.K;4394715Cool i really like the last one!So can I make CS:S and HL2 maps when I buy game or do I have to download or get something else too?

Thanks.

You download the Steam program from Steampowered.com and then punch in your credit card number to download the HL2 package of your choice [choices like Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum are available]. It streams the package to your computer and depending on your download speed, it could take a few hours or maybe a little longer. For me, I was on a 2.5 mb per/sec connection at college and my Platinum collection pack took about 3 hours to update.. so do your own math.

The Hammer world builder editor is a seperate download, I believe, though it is a small program, it is part of the Steam library once you have updated the primary game, Half Life 2.

Do not fear if the WorldBuilder is complex, the HL2 community IS HUGE [seriously it dwarfs FarCry, Crysis, Warhammer, CNC3, etc] and there are a plethora of tutorials for you to discover more about Hammer and create maps.




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#10 10 years ago

Most of the games supported by FileFront Network are supported as such because they have modding capabilities; nearly all come with level editors.

Just look down the right-hand menu for the list of network sites, there's a pretty decent list in itself (although it's by no means a complete list, since while all the games we support are moddable, we don't support every moddable game). Take a quick peek at the site(s) and you can tell which ones have mapping support, since you'll generally see quite a few user-submitted maps on the front page alone.

As a general rule though, a majority of PC games will come with modding support.


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