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11-02-2003, 05:57 PM
Sorry to make this thread again, but i went through all of them, and i guess the last one i made was deleted...So here it is again(i didn't get to come back to the forums and see what some one had replied)
What are all the map names, i mean what are the map names for JA, and the ones that work for JA
thank you, and sorry again
11-02-2003, 08:24 PM
As posted in the "Not Enough Customization..." thread(s), here they are (using the "map <mapname>" or "devmap <mapname>" without quotes):
Note that you'll need to change the gametype if you want to play a map "properly" here are the gametypes, (using the g_gametype # command):
// 0 = FFA
// 3 = DUEL one on one tournament
// 4 = POWER DUEL
// 6 = TEAM FFA
// 7 = SIEGE
// 8 = CTF
NOW, here are the JK2 (JO) map names... only usable in JA if you have the converted map packs installed (available from PCgamemods.com in their jedi academy files section):
JK2 map names:
Same rules with the gametypes apply, but keep in mind if you are playing Jedi Outcast (not JA with JO maps) you'll have different configurations for the gametypes, since the numbers aren't the same... see the JK2 forum for more on that. In JK2 the FFA maps were recycled with the gametypes for Holocron FFA and Jedi Master, and the CTF maps were recycled with the gametype CTY (Capture the Ysalimari).
Now if you want to mix 'n' match gametypes, that can work too. In JK2 you'll recall that the CTF maps were also available as FFA's, and ffa_raven was also available as a Duel. Some maps work great as FFA's other's don't.
Now if you want a big long list of Single Player map names, try gamefaqs.com or just read the Not Enough Customization threads...
11-02-2003, 09:07 PM
yeah i looked in the "not enough customization" thread, all 11 pages :mad: . And i only found the JA maps(which i thank you for), but i couldn't find all the JO maps. I knew what the all were, but when i typed them into the console, they wouldn't work, so i just wanted to see if they had changed.
Thanks Kurgan ;)
11-03-2003, 01:54 AM
Glad I could help.
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