#2 posted by necros
on 2003/08/16 07:41:44
if it's not too difficult, i'd do it.
just give me a time and i'll see what i can do. :) i'm not really good at cube mapping though... i tried a bit but never finished anything...
Anyone Have Success With Co-op Mapping Yet?
#3 posted by spentron
on 2003/08/16 12:25:02
I think some actions have to be coordinated to keep the maps in sync, so trying to get too many people in might be a problem. Has potential though, less isolated than speedmapping, plus I'm more a slowmapper ;) .
#5 posted by DaZ
on 2003/08/16 20:01:26
"I think some actions have to be coordinated to keep the maps in sync, so trying to get too many people in might be a problem. Has potential though, less isolated than speedmapping, plus I'm more a slowmapper ;) ."
It would just be great fun to try it with craploads of people working on the same map at the same time, it wouldn't be a serious thing really. Again it would just be interresting to see what actually happens! :)
Does anyone know a server we can do this on? Or perhaps set one up for a certain time somewhen that we can all jump in on?
#6 posted by pushplay
on 2003/08/17 05:02:30
You can easily host 10 people on a cable connection for mapping purposes. It would be better to set up a sever not listed on the cube masterserver to keeping people looking for an ffa game from popping in. I can explain how to do that if anyone wants, it's easy.
#7 posted by E-werd
on 2003/08/17 11:41:42
I already said this on #tf, but yeah, I'll participate in this, Cube mapping is fun, and have done a small bit of team mapping once, also fun. Gimme a time and day and I'll be there.
#8 posted by DaZ
on 2003/08/17 15:30:10
anywhen after 10pm (uk time) during the week is good for me, and perhaps weekends too but Im not sure at the moment.