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Goldeneye Inspired Map in the Map Shop

If you're looking for something fun and nostalgic this weekend, fire up Death 3D and head on into the Map Shop and try out my free new map Facilitate, which is loosely based off of the map Facility from the classic N64 game Goldeneye!

Back in high school my friends and I used to play Goldeneye quite a bit, and last week I broke out the old N64 to give the game another go. I forgot how great Goldeneye was, and particularly how much I loved playing multiplayer in the Facility map, so I decided to try and recreate it for Death 3D!

Obviously there are some differences. I only used stock Death 3D textures for one, but also, the Death 3D engine does not support multi level floors, so in order to create the upstairs bathroom and vents area, I had to do some clever work using teleporters. I think the effect works pretty good though, and the layout is mostly there. If nothing else, it demonstrates a neat way to use teleports in order to fake multi-story levels.

Facilitate is now free in the Map Shop and supports both Deathmatch and Single Player modes, although it is primarily designed with AI (or real human) Deathmatch in mind. Give it a try, I hope you like it and if you are in the U.S., have a great Thanksgiving!

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I love the resemblance between the two versions! just going back and living those days again would be fantastic. reminds me how I still need to finish chiron tl34 from halo ce.
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Ape Apps, LLC is an independent software development company founded in 2010 by Brandon Stecklein. Over the years, Ape Apps has published over 400 apps and games across various platforms. You can get in touch with Brandon on Twitter or by leaving a post on his wall @bastecklein
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