#1 posted by negke
on 2007/02/12 14:01:15
has the balls touching issue ever been solved?
#2 posted by than
on 2007/02/12 15:34:33
map project ideas.
We all have 1 billion q1sp ideas each day, right? How about we make a thread where we post our best ideas so that other people might take interest and make the map we want to make but probably won't.
I suggest a q1sp The Edge remake along with SP remakes (full remakes, just using the Quake source maps for scale) of all the Q1 DM maps using Quoth ents.
#3 posted by gone
on 2007/02/12 15:50:45
SP remakes of q1 dm maps. If they are atleast half as good as dm3 remix it would rock
#4 posted by Blitz
on 2007/02/12 16:19:11
Consensus is that it's gay if they touch. All else is fair game.
#5 posted by ijed on 2007/02/12 17:06:12
I remember someone mentioned compiling the original id maps from a single episode into a megamap, settingit up to play through a whole episode in one go, or something like that.
It'd be cool if it wasn't just a case of teleporting the player to the next player_start spawnpoint but interconnection and maybe some backtracking was used.
An interesting challenge.
I get the idea of roving through the whole of episode 3, from temination central through the other maps as need be, crosslinked otherworld teleporters and slipgates.
This would need alot of planning.
#6 posted by ijed on 2007/02/12 17:07:18
Someone said it'd be good for speedrunning - different from my version.
#7 posted by madfox
on 2007/02/12 17:07:37
would like a toppic about the quake.qc options and use, but has too less knowledge self to start one.
#8 posted by than
on 2007/02/13 00:40:47
I think damaul was going to do efdm12 years ago, but it never happened. That would probably be a prime candidate now because of the size.
#9 posted by Trinca
on 2007/02/13 02:55:28
less discussion and more mapping!!!
#10 posted by HeadThump
on 2007/02/13 04:06:13
I got an audial in my head of Elvis singing the Conversation, Vegas theme song tune, while Durst
is in the background yelling, 'shut the fuck up!' and Method Man rapping, 'waz that? I didn't hear you, a little louder.'
Good One, Trinca
#11 posted by gone
on 2007/02/13 11:39:12
are there frib` maps sources?
#12 posted by metlslime
on 2007/02/14 07:54:38
An important thing to remember for remakes is that both e1m1rmx and dm3rmx were good enough maps that we'd still like them even without the nostalgia.
Just keep that in mind if you start getting tempted to "preserve the brushwork" or whatever :)
#13 posted by .
on 2007/02/14 11:28:15
Daz or one of them D's here wanted an underwater base.
Palace Of The Brine
#14 posted by ijed on 2007/02/14 13:30:40
This will be my next project - basicly a single main map with a nautical type overgrown island temple theme. Think the Mrymadons from Warcraft 3 or Castle of Koohoo by Vondur. But the low-level enemies will be replaced by redone models and some map hacks to provide skeleton warriors (Knights) and archers (Enforcers).
It's similar to the bumped starting thread theme mentioned by Shambler, since the palace holds the shrine of the sea monkey inside.
The idea is to have alot of exploration and side routes that necessary to complete the map, with plenty of set pieces. As well as focusing on a single map instead of trying to do too much. And dabbling in modelling and animation again.
#15 posted by inertia
on 2007/02/14 16:28:27
I drew up plans for an underwater alien infestation once... oh, the bypassed ideas of the last age!
#16 posted by Zwiffle
on 2007/02/14 16:40:10
I'm a big fan of combining two independent themes into one for a map. For example, take base, take void, make a series of base-type structures floating in the void (that was gonna be my base pack map.)
It's pretty easy to do and I think you probably would come up with something somewhat unique fairly easily.
Some of the better ones I think would work:
Medieval-Void (Hurray void!)
And so on and so on.
#17 posted by inertia
on 2007/02/14 16:46:41
#18 posted by starbuck
on 2007/02/14 17:23:10
Void-Void - Void-Void
I'd love to see an Art-Deco sort of theme applied to Quake... the Bioshock footage probably inspired this and is a good example
#19 posted by metlslime
on 2007/02/14 20:58:53
I'm a big fan of combining two independent themes into one for a map.
Definitely a good thing. One thing that always helps is to add a "modifier" theme to the main theme, like "snowy" or "destroyed" for example:
* Snowy castle (better than regular castle)
* Bombed city (better than regular city)
* Flooded base (better than regular base)
* Ruined pyramid (better than regular pyramid)
I'd love to see an Art-Deco sort of theme applied to Quake
Art Deco is cool, but would probably work better in quake3 as it sort of requires lots of smooth surfaces and curved shapes. Surfaces in quake always look better with lots of grime and texture to them, because of the lighting. But I'm sure someone could prove me wrong and make it work in quake.
#20 posted by R.P.G.
on 2007/02/14 22:53:36
I did that in RPGSP1. Porn is good; rune metal is good. Result? Porn-metal (although it does sound like a sister genre to gore-metal).
#21 posted by golden_boy on 2007/02/14 23:29:11
Base-Egypt could be very cool. I remember this hi-tech version of Atlantis from the original Tomb Raider, with mutants/cloning facilities etc, which I thought was innovative.
I also fondly remember Stargate's cross of hi-tech and ancient Egypt.
On the other hand, the theme doesn't really fit Quake. It's the kind of stuff Tomb Raider would do.
#22 posted by bear on 2007/02/15 00:08:52
my next map will be a snowy flooded pyramid bombed to ruins!
#23 posted by inertia
on 2007/02/15 00:12:19
with a void!
#24 posted by scar3crow on 2007/02/15 00:23:36
how about a dadaist map which puts art deco in a void? *rimshot*
im fond of the feel of the late 96/early 97 maps that were completely otherworldly
only itd be cool to see those with... brushwork that doesnt suck.
My Base Pack Map
#25 posted by than
on 2007/02/15 02:01:31
is a flooded base. It's not particularly ambitious in terms of architecture, but there are a few neat things in there and it IS flooded.