A beach landing map that was designed for testing landing craft AI. British and Japanese forces fight for control of 3 points along a stretch of beach.
========================= Beach Party a Battlefield 1942 map by RussianComrade ========================= Gametypes: Conquest, Coop/SP, CTF Map Type: Assault Map Size: Small Vehicles: - Daihatsu - Black Medal Tools Used: - Battlecraft 42 & Editor42 (map creation and editing, pathmapping) - Photoshop 7.0 (skinning, skybox editing) - winRFA (extracting RFA files), packRFA (packing RFA files) - SinglePlayer Creator (basic SP support and converting pathmaps to world textures) - GenPathMaps (converting pathmaps for editing) - Notepad (coding) - Terragen (skybox creation) /|---| ABOUT |---|/ Yes, this is named after that awesome mission from BF2: Modern Combat for consoles. No, it's not the same. I would never be able to do that awesomely awesome level of awesomeness justice. Now that I've used my daily quota of awesome... This is a little map I made for testing the landing craft AI, because they're cantankerous at best. While the AI still isn't flawless in this map, is the closest I've ever got to actually making them work. That makes it sound like the AI is shocking, which is probably a bit of bad advertising on my part. Meh. They do their job well enough, by my standards. There are 3 control points in villages along the beach. You can land almost anywhere on the beaches and attack from there. The team that controls at least 2 of the points will start ticket bleed for the opposing team. All of the Japanese Daihatsu landing craft are mobile spawnpoints. There are initially only 2, so at the start of the match if you don't spawn instantly the bots will take all the seats. You'll be unable to spawn until the next wave of landing craft spawn (6 landing craft in total, for 36 seats) or a seat is free in an existing one. Even after landing, the craft will act as a mobile spawn point if it's not destroyed. /|--------| INSTALLATION |--------|/ Move 'Beach_Party.rfa' to your levels directory, in my case: C: -> Program Files -> EA Games -> Battlefield 1942 -> Mods -> bf1942 -> Archives -> bf1942 -> levels For uninstalling, just delete the RFA file. Oh wow, that was hard. /|-------| LEGAL STUFF |-------|/ You can give it out to your friends, edit it, or make new maps based on it but just don't take credit for stuff you didn't do, or make money out of it. I wouldn't appreciate that. If this busts your computer in any way, I'm not responsible. Sorry, but it was your decision to put it on your computer. /|---| CREDITS |---|/ EA/Dice and so forth. Battlefield Singleplayer forums, at http://battlefieldsingleplayer.planetbattlefield.gamespy.com/forums/index.php for aiding in my understanding of all things AI. /|------| CONTACT ME |------|/ Any problems, suggestions, or comments, email me at: russian_comrade AT hotmail DOT com
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