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Draw My Thing

Discussion in 'Map Guidelines' started by Build Team, Feb 14, 2017.

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    The following guidelines reference 'Data Points'. If you would like to learn more about these, please click here.

    Draw My Thing is a simple gamemode to make a map for. The map should consist of a large white board, surrounded by terrain. It’s not a hard gamemode to make maps for, so make sure the aesthetics are spot on!

    The specifications for this game type are as follows:

    - The board must be around 40-50x80-90 blocks large. 80/90 length, 40/50 height.
    - Your board will need its own custom pixel art. Look at the other boards for examples on how simple they should be:

    The data points you will need for this map are:
    - At least 12 GREEN SPAWN points
    - 1 RED data point, for the drawer
    - 2 GREEN DATA points for the paint - 1 should be in the front, left hand corner, the other should be in the back, right hand corner.

    - 2 PINK data points for the board - The same as the paint; 1 in the front, bottom right corner, the other in the back, top left corner.

    - 1 YELLOW data point for the words
    - The wool data points for the different colours in the texture pack:

    The guidelines for this gamemode are as follows:
    - Your board will need its own custom pixel art.
    - There needs to be a clear platform for the guessers.
    - Nothing should obstruct the view of the drawing board
    - Map should not be “flashy” in any way. All focus should always go to the board.
    - Make sure to use a lot of barrier blocks, so players/drawers can't escape the map.
    Posted Feb 14, 2017
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