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A Map for Counter-Strike: Source

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A fight to the death. CT's and T's spawn opposite eachother, behind low walls. Crouch when you spawn to avoid getting sniped!

A simple map done with hammer. My very first. Its very simple, but fun!

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I used Hammer from the Source SDK. I built a map I thought would be fun to play, that's all :D

Initially I had made th ceiling a sky colour, but that made some things invisible and it looked strange. Also I had HDR on, but that made it look very bad. In this version everything seems to work OK.

Here is my very first map. I made it with the help of the tutorial by PHANTOM (thanks dude!). It is really simple, I just made a box, spawn points (15 per team), a buy zone, and some walls for fun. It has 5 lights, their brightness is 1600 each, and they are slightly yellow in colour. I don't know if anyone cares about that, but I figured I would write it!

Any comments, questions, and constructive criticisms are greatly appreciated. Thanks FPSB!

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