HM CTF m3Alpha

Alpha is a fog-shrouded and mostly monotonous map except for some bright additions of red and blue railings to distinguish the bases. The l...

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Alpha is a fog-shrouded and mostly monotonous map except for some bright additions of red and blue railings to distinguish the bases. The layout is pretty simple, each base is like a rectangular fortress with entrances at the back and front. In the middle of each base is a tall 2 level tower, the base being the flag room and the 2 levels serving as sniping areas. The walls of the bases are rather important as they offer many spots to defend and keep enemies at bay. Between the two bases is a network of partially submerged pathways that can be used as a way to sneak up near the enemy base. Pickups and weapons are plentiful, the map should certainly hold up to a moderate number of players. The fog also has a great use to stop sniping across the map (thankfully no spawn sniping!) which is important given the rather open nature of the bases, plus it just adds to the atmosphere!

Fun gameplay mixed with very nice brushwork gives a really great map, definitely worth the download!

Bot Support: Yes New Textures: No New Sounds: No New Models: No

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HM_CTF_m3ALPHA by: Joshua 'm3rl1n' Wilson

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Release: 03/18/05
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Thanks to Stylsy and Avenger84 for 'ego reinforcement' ;) 
and positive feedback, and thanks to Tempest for the above 
and thorough, and much needed, beta testing.

And thanks to my dad for moral support...

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BOT Support: YES
Soundtrack: NO
Custom Textures: NO
Custom Models: NO
Custom Sounds: NO

Supported Gametypes: DM, TDM, CTF

File size: 4.31 megs

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Install: Place the .pk3 file in your 'base' EF2 folder 
(default - C:\Program Files\Activision\EF2\base\).

Uninstall: Delete or remove the .pk3 file.

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Additional thanks to Ritual for making a great game 
(and a great toolset) and to Ritualistic for being the hub 
of the EF2 community.

And a very special thanks to Gene Roddenberry.

- m3rl1n

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