A multiple gametype map from Carcass26.
Map Title : mp_Bardia
Map Version : beta
Author : Carcass26
E-mail : Carcass26(at)hotmail.co.uk (replace (at) with @)
Website : www.evil-monkeys-clan.co.uk
Game : Call of Duty 2
Supported Gametype : Multiplayer
: Team Deathmatch
: Capture the Flag
: Search and Destroy
Map Size : 12-24 : Large Map
Contents of this Package : mp_bardia_b.iwd
Unzip the package and place the mp_bardia_b.iwd file in your
Call of Duty 2\main directory.
Construction Time : I started it a year ago, but only did a bit
at a time every couple of months.
Custom Content : Custom decal texture with my name. It's a hidden
Easter Egg, if you can find it!
Known Bugs : One of the axis cars has a problem with it's
damage triggers. It only activates with a grenade,
or if you shoot it from above. Tried everything to
fix it, but no result yet.
Diagonal wall on the cafe entrance has some cracks
due to the windows. Unable to fix.
Explosion decal inside mosque 'flashes' as player
moves. Maybe a problem on my computer, let me know.
Credit to Other Authors :
Reference images from Phillip Peter and British Pathe
Special Thanks :
Thanks to all those that helped me at Modsonline, and thanks to
you for downloading my work.
Additional Notes :
Bardia was a small coastal town about 50 miles east of Tobruk,
where 40,000 Italian prisoners were captured after a bitter 3 day
battle. The map is based on the area around the mosque at Bardia
that was situated atop the cliffs overlooking the town's port.
Fully furnished and detailed interiors.
'Grenadable' chimney's for death from above! Watch those chimney's!
Caters for all classes with long sight lines and tight alleys and interiors.
Although this is a beta version, I am not sure if I will release another version
as I am looking to start making maps for CoD4, but if you do find any problems
please feel free to email me and I will see what I can do.
Ironically, after I had started making this map, I decided to do some further
research and discovered that my Grandad had in fact taken part in the
operations during the battle of Bardia whilst in the Royal Navy.
This work is dedicated to my Grandad, and all those that fought for our
freedom. They shall never be forgotten. Thank You All.
This map is 100% free. Please email me Carcass26(at)hotmail.co.uk
if you use my map or find any problems. All comments are welcome.