Intelligence acquired by the allies leads them to a potential Nazi base. It is believed that the Axis powers are developing a new super-soldier at this base. Allied forces are to locate the base and destroy any evidence of this Nazi super-soldier.
Map Focus: This map was basically a learning experience for me, as it was my first map for any 3D game. My focus was on keeping it small and playable for a smaller group of players. I also attempted to use as many different features of the editor (GTKRadiant 1.1.1) as possible. Another goal was to make it somewhat humorous, without overdoing it. One of the things that I liked most about the map is the scenery in the outside area, as well as the climbable trees (which may not be used much in this map, but is probably a great idea for another map).
Players: 8-12 is ideal, but up to 32 are supported!
================================================== = Return to Castle Wolfenstein Map - mp_creature = ================================================== --- Installation --- Unzip the mp_creature.pk3 file to your "X:\Return to Castle Wolfenstein\Main" directory. Where X: is the root directory you installed Wolfenstein in. --- General Information --- Version: 1.0 Title: Creature Filename: mp_creature.bsp Author: Procedure Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.ingeniousgroup.com/rtcw/ ICQ: 359645 Thanks to: The people at Tram Design for all the help and tutorials, and my wife for the encouragement. Thanks to Manfred Neber for the monkey model, which can be found here: http://www.planetquake.com/polycount/info/quake3/ultramonkey/ultramonkey.shtml --- Copyright & Permissions --- Authors MAY NOT use this level as a base to build additional levels without specific permission from the author. You MAY NOT distribute this map and/or original files unless you do so without modification. This readme file must be included without modification. This BSP may be distributed ONLY over the Internet. You are NOT authorized to distribute this BSP on any CD or other digital media without permission from the author.
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