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Scavenger_Hunt
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May 29, 2012 @ 1:25am
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Description
Difficulty: Low
Size: Medium
Editor: Hammer
Warning: Uses Autosave

Find the 3 cubes hiding around the map and return to the buttons, be careful of the turrets.
This is my first map to be created using Hammer
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mood3rd Mar 26, 2013 @ 6:42am 
good (as described) map.
the lift at the end, needs fixing.
but got your end of testing message :)
turrets could have been more challenging, or interesting deaths.
but as you say:
" This was supposed to just be a simple level to learn the basics of Hammer from youtubes videos."
so in that case, very good :)
please try a map from my workshop:
http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197979332810/myworkshopfiles/
BUG Dec 12, 2012 @ 10:29am 
Nice.
ɹəʇsɐɯlɐʇɹ0d Sep 29, 2012 @ 9:36am 
Nice job for your first Hammer map. Scavenger hunt maps tend to make the player really look around and explore.

I was, however, a tad surprised by the early ending, when we don't even get to reach the elevator (presumably a quick fix until you can get the ending to work properly?).
machmanx Sep 18, 2012 @ 9:42pm 
This was a fairly simple map but I liked the places where you hid the cubes. You didn't make it painstakingly hard but still required users to take a good look around. Good job!
ajar Jul 23, 2012 @ 6:17am 
Find the cubes! My kind of game :))))) Love it. More! "Major challenge" is not always the point. "Fun", however, is. :)
Hero Jul 22, 2012 @ 4:45pm 
Very smart way to hide the cubes, and good little hints to help find them if you're lost (which I was at first, lol)

Thanks.
narkfestmojo  [author] Jun 4, 2012 @ 8:20pm 
I didn't want anyone to think this is supposed to be a major challenge and never expected it to be seen by more then a couple of people. This was supposed to just be a simple level to learn the basics of Hammer from youtubes videos.
[#!].mouse Jun 4, 2012 @ 8:03pm 
After I solved this I was going to downvote it but then I finally noticed the name. Now I think I'll upvote because it know what it is and it delivers what it promises. That's a humble trait more tests should possess.