ARENA First Ever Map A1

A simple arena map

  1. Sourpickle0402

    Sourpickle0402 L1: Registered

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    First Ever Map - A simple arena map

    After you have downloaded it and have a random .bsp file around, go to Steam, right click tf2 and click properties. Once you have gone to the tf2 Properties menu, click Local Files, then click browse local files. Next you need to click the folder labeled as "tf." Once in there click "maps" and drag the map in.
     
  2. Osspial

    Osspial L2: Junior Member

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    Why not add some screenshots, so people can get an idea of what the map looks like without having to go through the process of downloading it?
     
  3. Sourpickle0402

    Sourpickle0402 L1: Registered

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    Good Idea, Sorry
     
  4. Mortimer Stroodle

    Mortimer Stroodle L1: Registered

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    It's kind of just an empty cube
     
  5. Another Bad Pun

    aa Another Bad Pun dare to meme

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    the first map of all time
     
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  6. FloofCollie

    aa FloofCollie I really suck!

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    You should add in lights so that your map isn't fullbright. On top of making depth perception easier and your map look better in general, it also means it will be eligible for map tests here.
    Simply place an entity and change it to "light", then shift+drag them to clone them.
     
  7. massacre master

    massacre master L2: Junior Member

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    it's just a cube and Fullbright. Try to put more thought into a map before releasing
     
  8. Idolon

    aa Idolon the worst admin

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    This appears to be a result of following UEAKCrash's tutorials. However, by the point that you've made this map in the series, you've only learned how to make a map that literally functions, and you haven't really gotten into trying to figure out what makes a map play well.

    I would recommend continuing with the series and learning a bit more before publishing your work, as there isn't really much for us to critique beyond just making sure the doors open.
     
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