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Nice :) 
I always wanted to see a nice remake of this map (or doing it myself when I was still motivated by creating levels ^^). 
This was one of my favorite in old good time of cs1.6 (and remember this map had just ONE crate, a real challenge aha ^^ ). 
He made cool and original levels and was one of my best inspiration at this time (cs_bikini, cs_greenhouse, de_deadlock, de_747,...).

Aaaah memories ❤️ 

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Conspiracy theory: he's remaking the map for CSGO :tinfoil:

Jokes aside, he also ported/made a couple maps for The Specialists... maybe the best Matrix Dojo map ever? :D

I interviewed him for HLItalia when Survivor came out, pity we can't enjoy his contribution in major games.

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15 hours ago, El Moroes said:

Nice :) 
I always wanted to see a nice remake of this map (or doing it myself when I was still motivated by creating levels ^^). 
This was one of my favorite in old good time of cs1.6 (and remember this map had just ONE crate, a real challenge aha ^^ ). 
He made cool and original levels and was one of my best inspiration at this time (cs_bikini, cs_greenhouse, de_deadlock, de_747,...).

Aaaah memories ❤️ 

... de_predator, de_recon, ... :D 
Whenever he'd release a new CS map that got me crazy excited.

And then there was this one too :)
dm_avalon_005.jpg

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10 hours ago, Squad said:

... de_predator, de_recon, ... :D 
Whenever he'd release a new CS map that got me crazy excited.

And then there was this one too :)
dm_avalon_005.jpg

Yeah ^^ Impressed me too, one of the first dm level on Source :D 

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I remember Avalon, not for playing it but when it came out he gave some env art tips related to it, what I still remember to this day it’s his advice to place a point light at the beginning of a vent to blend light in it more naturally/believable

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