Game Types
Capture The Flag
Small for 2-6 players
Play Styles
1on1, Close Quarters

Small highly atmospheric CTF map, for 2-2 and 3-3 players. Set in an late 19th century house, with some industrial influence. The blue base is a greenhouse, in the middle you got a large machine room, and the red base is a small library. And be sure to play it with sound loud on :)

An excerpt from the full story in the readme:

"It certainly was a dreadful place at first. The Addien Estate stood on the edge of the Earth, a place where darkness reigned supreme. Dense forests surrounded the estate so thickly that even daylight seemed to be no match for it's shadowy appearance. At night it's the kind of place you'd see in your nightmares. Nothing moves except the wind, which whispers an eerie spell that breaks the silence with a haunting hymn. It's quiet monstrosity is only matched by it's aged beauty. The estate is a relic of time, built in the late 1800s, it stands tall and stable to this day. The intricate gardens that surround the estate were first planted in 1892 by the original owner, Markus Landcaster. Landcaster was a legend in his own time, a hero to human science. He brought to Addien his family. His wife, Edora, and his twin children, Claire and Ambrose. The twin Landcaster children were tragically ill at birth, and stricken with a rare photosentive ailment that supposedly occured in the Landcaster bloodline every 5 or 6 generations. The gardens were built as a safe haven for the children, who slept during much of the day and spent their fun filled youth in the gardens during nightly hours. The site was chosen for it's minimal exposer to sunlight, and the children lived with the diasese undamaged for years. It wasn't until their teenage years that the children began to show signs of recovery. Though their condition remained for the rest of their lives, it lessened as years past and soon they would venture into the outdoors during the day, fully cloaked of course...

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Revision History

  • v1.01
    • Released: 1/24/2003
    • Added: 1/28/2003

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