Whilst I can't access the e-mail server due to the recent changes, I decided to go scouting through the net for maps which weren't on this site, and I found this little beauty. I don't believe we've never had it here before! It's for UT2003, but works perfectly well with 2004, and it's all in the christmas feel!
The important thing to note about this map is that it's one of those 'oversized' ones where the player is exceedingly small. Now most of the time I don't enjoy these maps because they involve too much jumping and sniping (I suck at sniping) but this one was quite fun because the surroundings were very varied and it really did feel like the perfect christmas tree room. Sure the blood splatterings spoil the scenery a bit, but thats what Unreal is all about right? :D Anyways, on my PC UT2003 isn't installed so I tend to test the rare 2003 mod on 2004 to see if it works anyway - and I can safely say this should be no problem if you want to run it on 2004.
I was looking forward to exploring the outside areas and the piano room but unfortunately they're just there for show, which is a pity as outside looks very snowy and nice :) The bot routing here is very well done as well. There are 2 redeemers in the map and quite a few snipers. The music with the map is pretty nice too, I feel there were probably better pieces out there but it definitely isn't bad. It's kind of like a jazzy brass band remix of some popular christmas tunes like Sleigh Ride.
Unreal Tournament 2003 Map ===================================================================== Title : December 24th Version : 1.0 Release Date : 12-05-2002 Filename : DM-December24th[FuT].ut2 Mapper & Designer : Teddie "teddabod" Tapawan ([email protected]) Concept, Tester & Advisor : Michael "dirtybob" Lioulas ([email protected]) Music : "Sleigh Ride" - Arthur Fiedler & The Boston Pops (1948) Website : www.funrealtournament2003.com Other Website(s) : www.smartapplerocks.com, mp3.com/smartapple Description : 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, someone yelled "HOLY SH*T!" and it wasn't a mouse... You're the size of a doll. Go nuts. Where to send comments : [email protected] / [email protected] ===================================================================== Play Information ---------------- Game : Unreal Tournament 2003 Level Name : December 24th Game Type : Deathmatch / Team Deathmatch Bot Support : yes Multiplayer : yes Custom Textures : yes Custom Static Meshes : yes Recommended Game Settings : LowGrav and QuadJump Mutators, Translocators Enabled Construction ------------ Time spent : Approximately 495 hours over 6+ week period Editor(s) used : UnrealEd 3, Adobe Photoshop 6.0, MS PhotoDraw V2, LightWave Modeler 7, LightWave 3D 7, UVMapper ===================================================================== Installation ------------ Unzip the file DM-December24th[FuT].zip. DM-December24th[FuT].ut2 : the Map file -- this goes in the Maps directory of your UT2003 installation. DM-December24th[FuT].ogg : The music file. -- this goes in the Music directory of your UT2003 installation. DM-December24th[FuT].txt : this text file you're reading. DM-December24th[FuT].jpg : a screen shot of the map -- Not needed. It's for webmasters. To play the map choose DM-December24th[FuT] from the DM or TDM Mode Menu of UT2003 after you install the file(s). ===================================================================== NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE -------------------- Map authors may NOT use this map or any custom element of this map (i.e., static meshes, textures, etc.) as a base to build additional maps. You must obtain written permission from the mapper (Teddie "teddabod" Tapawan - [email protected]) to do so. ===================================================================== UNREAL (c)1998 Epic Megagames, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Distributed by GT Software, Inc. under license. UNREAL and the UNREAL logo are registered trademarks of Epic Megagames, Inc. All other trademarks and trade names are properties of their respective owners.
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