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4 "new" Maps For Quake 3 Arena
Site: http://sst13.de (for more screenshots)

#1
Circle Of Death - a complete new small/medium CTF arena in a Quake2/Doom2 style.
screen 1 - screen 2 - screen 3 - screen 4

Download: http://sst13.de/map-13circle.zip (5.8MB)

#2
Agony - a remake of the original Q3 Dreamcast splitscreen deathmatch map dc_ss405 "Agony".
screen 1 - screen 2 - screen 3 - screen 4

Download: http://sst13.de/map-13agony.zip (1.7MB)

#3
Incineration Plant - a remake of the original Q3 Dreamcast splitscreen CTF map dc_ss407 "Incinerator".
screen 1 - screen 2 - screen 3 - screen 4

Download: http://sst13.de/map-13plant.zip (1.3MB)

#4
The Lost Yard - a Quake1 styled remake of the well known q3dm17 "The Longest Yard".
screen 1 - screen 2 - screen 3 - screen 4

Download: http://sst13.de/map-13yard.zip (2.9MB)
Wow 
that 1st one is particularly good looking. 
 
yeah the texture theme and lighting colors really gel in that one. 
Strogg Flags Are Always Win 
yeah, that first map is really good one, the rest is not really. i really hate ctf remake maps myself 
 
You guys should play the Lost Yard one at least, unless sst13 changed stuff it shows some really great looking implementation of Quake 1 style jump/push pads. 
Nice Shots 
I remember Agony from the DC version.
The texture of the lowest floor in the q3dm17 remake looks somewhat busy.
What became of your circular/head map? 
 
@negke: the "Head" map is still in progress and will be definitly finished in near future. 
Circle Of Death 
..looks awesome. Love the big bulky concrete stuff, especially in the first screenshot. 
 
Circle of Death is looking great. Too bad it's CTF though. Would love this style of map for DM. 
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