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Uploaded on:Dec 8 2009, 12:49 am
Uploaded by:ShadowDancer
Author:Not Given.
Downloads:241

Map-Data
Tileset:Installation
Dimension:256x256

Forces
The First Recon
Human (Zerg)
Human (Zerg)
Human (Zerg)
Human (Zerg)
By ShadowDancer
Computer (Zerg)
Passive (Zerg)
[268kB] v1.0
Computer (Terran)
Neutral (Protoss)
Force 4

Map-Statistics
Units:1011
Triggers:473
Locations:87
Strings:836
File Description
Project Hybrid

Overview:
Map Dimensions: 256x256
Tileset: Installation
Genre: RPG, Survival


Introduction
Project Hybrid is an RPG set in future. It's actually a first part of my map.
The idea for this map was inspired by the film "Alien" (but it was only inspiration, you fighting vs. Aliens).
I tried to incorporate atmosphere, for example, by turning off vision between players and adding sound effects.


Core Breakdown

You are given two buildings to serve as controls: A robotics facility and a gateway.

Robotics Facility:
Shuttle: Interact
Reaver: Plant C4
Observer: Detonate C4

Gateway:
Zealot: Reload
Dragoon: Medkit
Templar: Plant Mine

Footnotes
There is no level progression or anything as such. I intended it to be science fiction, not fantasy.
I tried to force players to co-operate. For example, you will have multiple chances to use C4, but with only a few charges.
There is no complicated story at the start, but as players progress, they will find notes and access computers to continue the storyline.

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[2021-7-29. : 6:54 pm]
RdeRenato -- xd
[2021-7-29. : 5:10 pm]
IlyaSnopchenko -- that, or they should've instead made the probes to fly somehow, so all the workers were equally capable :)
[2021-7-29. : 5:09 pm]
IlyaSnopchenko -- Maybe they'll get around to fix flying drones after they've fixed the flying SCVs
[2021-7-29. : 4:06 am]
Dem0n -- and hope they never touch it again
[2021-7-29. : 12:34 am]
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[2021-7-28. : 9:53 am]
NudeRaider -- MTiger156
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That's not what I meant. I can see internal company culture changing, but I have zero hopes that Blizzard will go back to caring about their customers. A good rep just isn't as profitable as milking. I would say once a company becomes a stock company they cannot be the humble good guys anymore they have a duty to make as much money as possible.
[2021-7-28. : 8:39 am]
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[2021-7-28. : 4:11 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Oh_Man
Oh_Man shouted: sweet jaysus... i remember attending the midnight launch at King George Square. Some dude dressed up as a pylon XD
"Some dude dressed up as a pylon" :megathink:
[2021-7-28. : 12:55 am]
Vrael -- NudeRaider
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