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File: Auto's DeathMatch
Filename: autodsq_dm.zip
Author: Auto_Kicker
Downloads: 403
Description: Auto_Kicker
Size: 661KB
Date: 10/05/2002

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Title : -=[Deffsquad Mapping Team]=- Auto's DeathMatch.
Date : 23 March 2002
Filename : AutoDSQ_dm.bsp
Author : Auto_Kicker
Email Address : [email protected]
Home Page : www.deffsquad.fr.st


Description : a simple deathmatch map..

Additional Credits to : 1. Every people that helped me testing my maps(VCM and SEAL clans)
2. Duncan_Idaho for making me discover the mapping
3. my school of Architecture
4. my old clan =T4S= for making me discover the joy of teamplay
5. my parents =p

NO THANKS!! to : 1. Wolfspirit for hacking my computer ! (asshole !)
2. the COI clan for their lack of respect during matchs


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* Play Information *

Single Player : No
Deathmatch : No
Team Fortress : YES
Difficulty Settings : No

* Construction *

Base : pheraps a bit of mulch_dm for so long hours spent on it ;)
Editor(s) used : Worldcraft 3.0
Known Bugs : None.

Build Time : 3 hours

Compile machine : Celeron2 533MHz, 128 Mo of RAM
HLCSG Time : 61.79 seconds [1m 1s]
HLBSP Time : 34.60 seconds
HLVIS Time (normal) : 728.25 seconds [12m 8s]
HLRAD Time (normal) : 1102.74 seconds [18m 22s]
Total compile time : 1927,38 seconds [32m 7s]

* Permissions *

- NO selling this for money!

- for any diffusion of the map (on a website,cd...), please send me an e-mail at: [email protected]

- If you want to put this map on a server on the net please send me a mail (i will put the ip on my site)

- YOU MAY NOT MODIFY THIS LEVEL OR USE IT AS A BASE FOR ANOTHER LEVEL WITHOUT MY PERMISSION

- Please E-mail me if you see a bug on this map or just to tell me what you think about this map. Feedback can be very useful for my future maps...




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