Difference between revisions of "Talk:TF2/Creating a Capture Point"

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If anyone would need some examples of the usage of control point system (basically, the 6 decompiled TF2 maps), just throw me an e-mail, it's on my user page. --[[User:Baliame|Baliame]] 06:39, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)
 
If anyone would need some examples of the usage of control point system (basically, the 6 decompiled TF2 maps), just throw me an e-mail, it's on my user page. --[[User:Baliame|Baliame]] 06:39, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)
  
Thank you, and it reads well.  I need to implement 2 control points on a defense map I have in progress.  After I do that I'll know if there are any clarifications needed. [[User:Spyvspy|Spyvspy]] 22:08, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)
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  Thank you, and it reads well.  I need to implement 2 control points on a defense map I have in progress.  After I do that I'll know if there are any clarifications needed. [[User:Spyvspy|Spyvspy]] 22:08, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)
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==implementing game round logic==
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I was able to use this tutorial with success; two control points are capturable.
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Putting together the rest of the logic so the map can be played in rounds is difficult for me to decipher.
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I have a decompiled cp_dustbowl to study, but haven't been able to set up my own map to play in rounds correctly.
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-- [[User:Spyvspy|Spyvspy]] 10:37, 9 Nov 2007 (PST)

Revision as of 18:37, 9 November 2007

Decompiled TF2 maps

If anyone would need some examples of the usage of control point system (basically, the 6 decompiled TF2 maps), just throw me an e-mail, it's on my user page. --Baliame 06:39, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)

 Thank you, and it reads well.  I need to implement 2 control points on a defense map I have in progress.  After I do that I'll know if there are any clarifications needed. Spyvspy 22:08, 2 Nov 2007 (PDT)


implementing game round logic

I was able to use this tutorial with success; two control points are capturable. Putting together the rest of the logic so the map can be played in rounds is difficult for me to decipher. I have a decompiled cp_dustbowl to study, but haven't been able to set up my own map to play in rounds correctly. -- Spyvspy 10:37, 9 Nov 2007 (PST)