Tricochet - call for testers

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Tricochet - call for testers

Post by matrixx » Sun Feb 23, 2014 5:29 am

Hey everyone! I've been playing BZFlag for a while (with a different callsign), and I've finally made a map that I feel is good enough to release. It's a small, two-team (ideally 2+ players per team) CTF map that depends on smart use of ricochet to win. The red team gets SW at their base, and the blue team gets ST. There are SE flags on the upper areas of the map; these can be reached with the stairs in the corners, which also have GM on top. This map started out as a test of my Blender exporter, but it evolved into a map I actually wanted to play with other people. So please: if you like the idea, download it and test it. Tell me about any and all mistakes or fixes you can find.

Image gallery at http://imgur.com/a/IECIF.

Edit: CC0. Do anything with this you want, no attribution required.
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Re: Tricochet - call for testers

Post by blast » Sun Feb 23, 2014 1:13 pm

You must specify what license this map is released under.
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Re: Tricochet - call for testers

Post by dang dizzy white » Sun Feb 23, 2014 8:06 pm

blast wrote:You must specify what license this map is released under.
I would like to dig a bit deeper, just to know for further occasions.
May I ask, why couldn't it be understood as if there is no license if nothing is added in specific? After all, it is like that at various products around - you won't see it specifically said "there is no license". I mean, why should it be?

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Post by blast » Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:02 pm

If there's no license, then it means that no rights were given and nobody but the copyright holder can do anything with it.
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