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I made my own tug of war too. It took me a little longer than you though, as I decided to implement a full custom UI to the map, as well as other systems that are not included in those crap maps on battle.net. But I do get your point. The popular tug of war maps could easily be done in a day or less.
I think the issue is, that players don't know better. They do not know the quality of the maps they play, are far worse than what's possible. They're just playing what's on the list - and we can't blame them. I would have done the same, if I didn't know better.
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Just a random thing, since hopefully you guys will see the humor in it.
I started making a TUG game yesterday. Not because I like them, or think they are in any way, not terrible. I did it because people keep asking for my help on them. So, I made my own, called "Just Another TUG Map" and in a 24 hour timeframe, I spent about 6 hours on it... Created a 6 line spawn trigger (after setting up variables) a banking/income system, and an unlimited upgrade system. I only managed to add and edit 1 race worth of units though which has 4 basic, but unique abilities on its units; and they aren't balanced well; due to not a single game of this being played...
Point of the matter is.. There are so many terrible tugs being made... and I just need to know... How can such a simple map style be so difficult for so many people; and how can such popular maps be lacking so god damn much content?!
lol i agree that was a funny joke lol
Oh well, I forgot about that part of the text. Pretty fun joke though :D
You got the answer now, in case you ever wondered :)
lol, sorry scorp, I was laying on the sarcasm, and I think michael was also. There is a note in the intro about how asking how to make a zealot fly is not what this group is for.
we both made funnies :D
My best guess would be to give it a hidden behavior with a requirement that checks if the wing upgrade have been completed. then, at the behavior, enable the fly mover and disable the ground mover.
Either complete the wing upgrade for the selected player(s), or edit the zergling's actor events like I did in Amira TD.
Wait... How do you give a zergling wings?!
I need your help... how do I make a zerling fly when it has wings :D
i am working on a kind of rpg like game with some skills, items, and i want to make it like a hack and slash game. Still waiting for the map maker to finish the map i requested though, Anyways i will read some of the basic intros. Thanks for the welcome
I will add that in the next update. Barely makes any difference as the game is singleplayer though.