Im not lying to you, this is a VERY Hard Map and to tell you how hard it is, I almost lost on easy and its my map i made ._. If you manage to beat it on very hard you are either an alien or a stronghold god.
Tempkn, (trying not to sound accusing) : do spend any time NOT making maps? I mean its like ur 7th map in 1 week.... but this one looks a bit to hard for me... (no point denying im a noob) desert treasure looks good tho
tempkn145 File Author
Posted on 10/16/07 @ 09:12 AM
well map making gets addicting after making maps for a while >.
Battle Mage corp
Posted on 10/16/07 @ 09:31 AM
TibetArmyFreedom there are two ways in which to make maps and both of them are very effectve.The first one that we use is scraping maps that we don't like.Meaning: We make a map and everything but something turns out wrong:Playability,map design etc. So when we upload a map it's usually one good gameplay and map design. The second in tempkn145 case is to upload lots of maps and each and every single one of them will contribute to his skills.If we think of it the second case is even better because people actually tell you what was wrong and how you can correct it.So I don't think any critisism about the number of his maps is needed.
tempkn145, your map looks really good but if you barely beated it on easy than hard and v.hard are impossible to beat.In the future I advise you to playtest the map a lot and set the level the map was designed and the level it should be played.
Lan al Malkier
Posted on 10/20/07 @ 05:30 PM
I'm afraid I must disagree. I whole swarm of maps does nothing positive for a player, especially a relativly new designer. I'm assuming you've heard the phrase, "Quality over Quantity"? While it may help his skills, it will give him the reputation of being a "spammer", someone who overloads the downloads section with a slew of average to below average maps. Not a good thing. An experienced designer will focus on one, or maybe two maps at a time, working the bugs out, finding the problems, buffing the rough edges. Not spend a few hours on one map, do that twenty times, and upload them all.
The Beany Lord
Posted on 08/25/09 @ 07:20 PM
Lord Karpathea you do have a point, but everytime you make a map you improve on your detail and you learn to spend more time in one spot then just jumping all over the map. Although like Karpathea said you dont want to download all your maps at once, like make a map and if you REALLY like it post it up... I'm sure everybody will love it. Well enough of that, this map like darn fun to play (that is if I dont look over every nick and cranny cause then i'll surely die xD)