to the WorldCraft Section of the HLCU
mapping becomes a reality to you. Follow this guide
and you can't go far wrong. I will be putting things
in simple terms with graphical representations where
needed. No jargon here. Anything remotely more than
simple and I will explain in detail. Lets get started
is a guide is for people who are new to mapping but
want [are willing] to learn what it takes. The infomation
in this guide will get you going.
have put this together so that when I get around to
writing tutorials for the site, you can use this as
a reference if you get stuck.
guide I have put together will take a while to learn...
If your looking for a reference... browse on through
the files until you find what your looking for... most
of the files have a contents so you can navigate them.
Where it's Due...
of the content in these tutorials that I have put together
is Valve's. I have added the links, images and I have
added/changed some of the content. The aim is to give
beginners an easy to follow on-line reference. Most
of the work is from Valve Software. [Respec].
Windows 9x, 2000
+ 32 MEG RAM.
Installed with the CD in the drive.
WorldCraft 2.x -
Don't have it? WorldCraft 2.0 is on the
original Half-Life CD but 2.1
is much better and it is what I have used to make this
guide. I strongly recommend that you make the effort
it and install it.
Half-Life Tools - Get
1 to 3 hours depending on how fast you
take on board info and depending on how far you want
to take your mapping experience today.
One - Setting
it up? Get WorldCraft in gear!
Two - Getting
to know WorldCraft, its features and functions.
Three - Compiling
your maps -
coming very soon