which company made the maps in the update

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which company made the maps in the update

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Which company created the maps ctf_space_station and dm_istanbul? I remember looking at their website years ago but I can't find it anymore.

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Gearbox? Added in the 1.1 patch

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Pretty sure those maps were made by Wahoo Studios, or at least Space Station was.

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I think Wahoo indeed for space station. Link: http://wahoo.com/games.html

David Johnston made several maps aswell: https://www.johnsto.co.uk/design/professional/ and so did Chris Auty (http://www.narby.net/?page_id=31)
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Rise2Shine wrote:
Wed Aug 09, 2017 12:35 am
I think Wahoo indeed for space station. Link: http://wahoo.com/games.html

David Johnston made several maps aswell: https://www.johnsto.co.uk/design/professional/ and so did Chris Auty (http://www.narby.net/?page_id=31)
Ah, that's it. Thanks!
I remember there being a page on their site about the levels but a quick dig through WebArchive turned up nothing. Need to do a bit more digging...

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