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Awesome. At any rate, here's Triaxiality on Descent 1
. It was really quick and easy to make. Keep in mind my comments on it because any more than 4 players will make probably take away the fun from it.
That's pretty cool, I haven't opened up the DLE in ages - it might also be cool if one of the Descent port projects had a finalized version for export/import of BSP brushes from DLE maps, to use as layout templates
in the UDK!
I checked it out once before, and the one I saw had gotten to the point of exporting OBJ files of the maps - I loaded one up and it was a pretty solid model of D2's level 1 I believe, so that's something that might be of interest to PG mappers.
If I can work out my firewall & access point settings I'd login in a heartbeat, so we'll what happens.
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Hmm Idk how much application that would have for us. making BSP from scratch is MUCH easier than using the DLE stuff. I couldn't even make a stupid circular hole in a circular room without making it more complicated than it needed to be. Personally, after transferring Triaxiality back to descent, I feel that having some scale difference is ok. For example, some of my stuff isn't 1:1 from UDK to DLE. when done the opposite way, it allows editors more creative freedom to change it up a little rather than just tracing the lines.
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