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Ereon

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Does anyone know of any good, free, easy to get, and easy to learn BSP editors? I'm looking for one to use that will give as good results as possible, and any extra features would be nice too.

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http://www.qeradiant.com/

http://holodeck.st.usm.edu/vrcomputing/vrc_t/tools/quark/online/mapeditor/index.html

Ereon

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Is there a particular one of those that you suggest Mack?

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Jari

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Quark has my vote, it's much more feature rich.

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Ereon

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Yeah, I've become torn between Quark and Hammer, it'll narrow down to DarkBASIC compatability though I think. I've got alot of level design to do and just a little while to prepare.

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Mack

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quote:
Originally posted by Ereon:
Is there a particular one of those that you suggest Mack?

Both are good, I used Radiant mostly in the past.

Matt Langley
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Keep an eye out for Constructor...

http://garagegames.com/mg/snapshot/view.php?qid=962

It's far along in beta testing and is proving to be an amazing tool.

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manic_gamer

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If your looking for a level editor and want to have more artistic freedom then you might want to consider free gmax with the tempest plug in

http://www.turbosquid.com/gmax

Theres a small learning curve with it becouse when you create a shape intended for a bsp object. if its to complex it wont convert right.. so you need to design simple shapes and bsp objects.. but other than that you gain alot of artistic freedome in the design.

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