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|26 Oct 2004
I made a level for Razz Arena. It doesn’t have bot support though.
Please put it your Razz folder where the mod is.
To get the mod go to :http://www.eckhart.a.la/jazz2/razz/?page=news
Any way this level is one on one.
First of all, you misspelled the planet name. It’s Diamondus, not Diamonous. You could just check the name in JCS easily.
The level is very small. I’d say it’s even too small for duels. Two rooms and a platform in the middle. This is the first attemp to make a RA level, so I guessed it will be bad, but that’s really bad. The poster looks like a brick, not piece of paper (you could just make it a texture on the wall and it would look much better), the walls are full of diamond tiles. There is no big deal in hitting the leveltop, and there’s too much ammo. Actually, the only good thing in this level is that it’s on Diamondus. At least the ground is, because the sky is too gray. I would give you 2, but since this is the first RA level not made by the crew, I give you a 3.5, so you can mobilize yourself to doing better. Good luck!
Jarno, this level was created for Razz Arena, a mod for Quake III Arena. I’ll tell you a secret, though, rename the .pk3 part to .zip and you can look inside and find buried treasure!
Fearofdark: This file must be a .pk3, not a .zip, or else Quake III Arena will not recognize it as a compatible file. What I was trying to say was that .pk3 files are basically just .zip files with different file extensions. You can extract them with a program such as Winzip to view the contents. Extracting this .pk3 and trying to use it with Quake III Arena, or God forbid JJ2, isn’t reccomended.
A PK3 file merican McGee Alice Archive.
Or in simple terms..
A .PK3 file is a renamed .ZIP file, used in games based on the Quake III engine. It usually contains a checksum to prevent the opening and recompression of the file, or the addition of extra maps to demo versions. The .PK3 file contains the map, textures, weapons, sounds, and scripts for the game.
Can be opened with
WinZip! Just replace the .PK3 extention with the ZIP one and that’s it!
Er……….most people use .ZIPS, not PK3. I don’t even know what PK3 is. If it’s PK3, i’m obviously not going to find it. If there is any way you could put it into .ZIP, PLEASE DO IT.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.