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Hyrule Town

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I have never played Zelda which is where I’m going to assume this map came from as on the start up screen for the map there’s a big picture of Link, so I cant exactly compare this map to how it
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‘should’ look. So as I had no other information about Hyrule, and I’m too lazy to traipse through hundreds of images on Google, after reading the readme I expected to see some beautifully detailed town, with smooth elegant architecture. When I went to play the map though I was to say the least a tad disappointed. The architecture is square in the large part, which makes the map feel plain and open, this isn’t then helped by the bland textures, and plain rooms, and reinforced yet more by the empty cathedral. The author does say this isn’t the final version so hopefully he’ll add some more interest to the map, and improve the FPS as mine was averaging at around 30 and the game would lock up now and then :/ The author says in the readme that along with all this; “Kaeawc\'s Tavern :) Temple of Time Herot Inn Barracks Bomb Shop Shooting Gallery Stables Potion Shop Bazaar Happy Mask Shop Chamber of Sages Zora River Mill Town Houses 1, 2, and 3 (the 3rd being the upper level of where the Jail is located) Jail” There are some secret areas, so if u can stand the low FPS and like Zelda download the map and start hunting. ~Wolf New Textures: Yes Bot Support: No New Sounds: Yes Supported Game Types: FFA - TFFA - CTF - Jedi Master

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