CTF-CityScape

This is a Morpheus style "fight 12 miles high" level, except capture the flag. It's a unique take on the aerial city concept, and pretty...

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This is a Morpheus style "fight 12 miles high" level, except capture the flag. It's a unique take on the aerial city concept, and pretty fun playing with Low Gravity on. Just watch your step, there are some holes in the platforms that you don't think you can fall through.

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Name:	CTF-CityScape
Author:	Burger_for_Lunsh (NOT MISPELLED! 'Lunch' is something else. Just don't ask.)
Email:	SOLID_RAIDEN_82 at hotmail.com (Don't forget - it's in caps)
Tools used:	Maya 5.0 PLE (for some static meshes)
		UT2004 Editor (for the map itself)
		Adobe Photoshop 7.0 (for the *coughhorriblecough* city floor texture)

Installation:
The .ut2 file goes into the System folder
This readme file goes into the Help folder (if you want it)

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Description:
The world's tallest buildings, built just recently, are not used as office buildings. People found out when they went in and found nothing but a seemingly endless flight of stairs leading to the roof, nearly ten thousand feet in the sky. A great way to keep the chaos up there out of the city floor below, though the falling bodies are still a problem..

This map is kinda large, and it may not be the best-looking thing ever, but I hope it can still be considered playable.

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Helpful Resources:
The Atari forums, which can be accessed from the UT2004 webpage (http://unrealtournament.com), are very helpful for mappers, modelers, and coders alike. If you have any questions at all about things in the game, the Atari forums are the best place to look! (if somehow the site doesn't work, go to this page: http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=249)
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If you experience any problems with this map or can't figure out how to install it (which I don't think anyone has that problem, but don't worry. I won't make fun of you), then contact me at my email address on top.

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