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Características del mapa

  • Autor: Tim Coulson
  • Tipo de juego principal: Single Player
  • Tipos compatibles: Single Player, Dukematch
  • Año: 1997
  • País: desconocido
  • Versión mínima: 1.3d
  • Nuevas texturas: No
  • Nuevos sonidos: No
  • Nueva música: No
  • Nuevos archivos .CON: No
  • Requiere Addon: No
  • Requiere EDuke32: No
  • Tamaño del archivo: 79 kb

Readme de Nukem Towers


Title                   :  Nukem Towers
Filename                :  nuktower.map
Author                  :  Tim Coulson
Email Address           :  tcoulson@bigfoot.com
Misc Author Info        :  First posted Duke3d map.  

Description             :  This map starts off in Duke's office in his 
                           hi-rise office building known as Nukem Towers.
                           I think you'll love the ending.  Please e-mail
                           comments either positive or negative.


*  Play Information  *

Episode and Level #     :  ??
Single Player           :  Yes (Designed for solo)
DukeMatch Level         :  Yes
Difficulty Settings     :  No
Secrets                 :  4 (give or take 1 or 2)
Monsters                :  ??
Par Time                :  ??

*  Construction  *

Base                    :  Scratch
Editor(s) used          :  Build
Known Bugs              :  None
Time to build           :  I spent so much time building this level I don't even
                           want to think about it.  I hit the limit on number of 
                           sectors so I had to back off.  Real weird things happen
                           when you try and exceed the maximum number of sectors.  
                           Too many stairs, doors, and the chess board in Duke's 

*  Where to get this map  *

FTP Sites               :

Web Sites               :  http://www3.synet.net/~ty/maps.htm

BBS Numbers             :

Other                   :  e-mail me


Copyright Notice:

  Nukem Towers is Copyright (c) 1997 Tim Coulson.

  This level may be distributed on any public domain site.  If it is to be
included on a CD or any medium which requires a fee from the consumer,
permission is required from me before doing so.  I more than likely will
allow it, but I want to know who is distributing my level.