Discussion in 'Contests' started by LeSwordfish, Aug 11, 2016.
An how exactly you are gonna know if someone made a map before start?
Not going to lie, I was laughing really hard when I first saw this.
Hmmm I have nothing to do that day so I guess am going to enter lets just see if I can detail anything :>
Well this sounds like fun. Very VERY FUN.
7.2 hours?! That's how long it normally takes me to compile!
Still, at least I'm pretty much certain to be able to find the time to enter this one.
Sorry to be a pain but does this mean that even if you just want to make a detail entry it has to be a fully playable map and not just a detail environment?
I kinda have to admit 7 hours is not enough to make a fully functional map at least have it be a day I know it is suppose be challenging but it simply is not enough time I am guessing only 5 people will enter with not good work and 7 hours still what if someone makes a fully fledged decent map and then they would have to make a finalcompile they wouldn't have time to make the final compile especially for people with ''toasters'' maybe a day would allow for better entries I know it is for challenge but 7 is not enough for a decent entry.
It can just be an environment - i've tweaked that rule to clarify.
I disagree - it's very tough, but you CAN make a playable layout in seven hours. The first version of Backlot was made in three, I made one in four - it's doable!
Can you plan the layout outside of Hammer before the 7.2 hours though?
7.2 hours for 1 map, guess what:
Well then I know what to do when school starts :^).
There's not an easy way of telling - but we should be able to spot which ones have more than the right amount of effort put in. Between us, we've a lot of practice from older events.
To people saying this might be too difficult, this is why this contest was described as one for veterans.
Wait now? WAIT NOW??
Oh no, thank god.
Erk 2000-2016 "Literally, cried to death"
So the next contest gonna be the 0.72 hours contest?
Time to submit a devtextured cube with props in it. I'll win the Detailing prize for sure.
My only concern is testing, as its the most important aspect of a speed mapping contest.
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