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2018 Quake Christmas Jam
2018 Quake Christmas Jam
1024 ^ 3 maps for Arcane Dimensions.

A reprisal of last year's Christmas event, a mapper's challenge where the level must fit inside a 1024 unit box. I find that the size limitation helps to rein in the scope of a mapper's ambition, and increase the chance of something actually being completed.

Don't forget to use all the space. Use every vertical inch the constraints, allow, re-use areas, use the wonderful AD entities to change the layout and progression of the map itself. For reference, feel free to check out the original Quake Christmas Jam: https://www.quaddicted.com/reviews/func_xmasjam2017.html

The deadline is November 30th, 2018.

Send your completed maps to:

func DOT xmasjam2018 AT gmail DOT com

Maps need to be fully compiled, vised, and preferably tested. Skill settings and compatibility with AD 1.7 is also a must. If you need help with testing, post here and they'll certainly be at least one good Samaritan who steps up. Prospective mappers may submit as many maps as they wish (I know I certainly hope to have multiple entries). Ideally we'd have 24 maps for every day leading up to Christmas, but that may be a little ambitious. If you’ve got leftover maps from last year’s event that you never got around to finishing, now is an excellent opportunity to finish them off.

So, get to mapping. Any questions, drop them either here or on the Terrafusion or Quake mapping Discord channels. Best of luck to all of you.
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Damn, that's a long deadline. It would be a shame to not make anything for this. 
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But I know I needed every day on last year's entry. Ideally I'd like to get the pack out at the beginning of December, so I'd like to avoid any extensions if possible. 
 
Does everything need to be contained within 1024³ or are we talking playable space? 
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