That blue laser and the special sound the sniper rifle makes is enough to make me cringe.
I know that I have to tread very carefully and one false move may mean my instant death.
In this mod, you test your skill in 3 very different maps.
- Title: SniperVille 2
- File Name: hl2-ep2-sp-ppmc-sniperville-2.7z
- Size : 19.10MB
- Author: Jacob Heywood, Jason Gimba & Neil AKA Guitarman
- Date Released: 23 August 2014
You MUST have MapTap installed before using this link.
You can still use it with MapTap once you have downloaded it.
- Copy the Sniperville2 folder into your SourceMods folder.
- Restart or start Steam.
- Sniperville2 should now be listed in your Library tab.
If you require more help, please visit the Technical Help page.
The file above comes with two grid view icons. To use one, select “Grid View” in Steam (top right corner). Make sure you have saved the image to a location on your computer – you can’t use it from the compressed archive directly. Right click on “SniperVille 2” and select “Set Custom Image”. Then browse to where you saved the image and choose it. Then click “Set Image” and that’s it.
Of course, you can create your own custom image if you prefer.
For this competition, you must create a map that features a sniper or snipers as the main gameplay element.
As you may have guessed from the name, this is the second SniperVille competition I have run. It might be a good idea if entrants play that first.
I don’t want to give you too many ideas, but don’t limit yourself to putting the sniper in the top floor of a building. Perhaps your setting is a forest, where the sniper moves around (within reason), perhaps there two snipers, perhaps you can never kill him, just avoid him. Perhaps you need him to clear the path for you like in Episode One.
Perhaps you are running through the streets and he is behind you. Or you are on a train and there are various snipers on the sides.
What I am trying to say is think outside the box.
If an entrant supplied a VMF file for other mappers to look at, it’s in the VMF folder. You DO NOT have permission to use the VMF file as base for a publicly released map without PRIOR written permission from the author.
The entries within are listed as they are in the mod:
Dead Eyes by Jacob Heywood
“Stop, Thief!” by Jason Gimba
On the Rooftops by Neil AKA Guitarman (screenshots will be added soon)
1st Place: A $5 Steam game.
Train Jacker by Room Of Wires from their album Asylum Sneaker on the FreeMusicArchive.Org website.
The PlanetPhillip.Com intro video was made by Spartan301
Also, thanks to the authors and The BetaTestersCollective.Com for testing the mod package.
Before voting, please consider how well the map fitted the theme of the competition.
Voting closes Sunday 31st August.
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All sizes are the same screenshots, just in different resolutions.
WARNING: The screenshots contain spoilers.
Screenshots of “On the Rooftops” will be added soon.
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