[Tutorial] How to submit a map

Discussion in 'Map Submissions' started by MrDeathWilliam, Nov 8, 2015.

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  1. MrDeathWilliam

    MrDeathWilliam Ex Co-Owner Donator

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    Hello everybody,

    This section is for Map Submissions, here you can submit maps for our minigames, which you or your friends have built!

    In order to do so, you have to follow some pretty simple criteria as well as the following format:

    Description of the map:
    Credits to:
    (Your IGN or your Build-team's name (only letters or numbers))

    Your submission has to follow these criteria and you have to be aware of this information:
    • You must specify the minigame the map is for in the title, for example: [SG] Jungle map
    • Maps must be for 24 players at the Cornucopia (Cornucopias do not need to be in a circular shape, it can be in different places for all 24 players just like in the map Gameroom)
    • Do not add Easter eggs.
    • Do not steal maps.
    • Do not add secret signs or offensive content.
    • Do not add secret redstone contraptions.
    • Make sure it's not possible to exit the playing field or get stuck somewhere.
    • In case of acceptance the only credit you get is the name you submitted in the format. In SG and OITC, your name will be displayed at the start of a round. If you made a lobby or a Parkour map your name will be on a sign somewhere in the map. Sumo maps will most likely not have any credit.
    • There are no rewards. You will not get a builder rank, although you might be considered to join the J&H build team.
    • You may build lobbies/spawns if you wish.
    • In case of acceptance you will be messaged by a staff member, requesting a download link to the map.

    Tips on getting accepted:
    • Do not make the map unbalanced, which might favour some players over others.
    • Make things look good, detail is very important.
    • Good terraforming might improve your maps appearance.
    • (For SG) Place chests evenly and in good spots all around the map.
    • And the most obvious of them all, make it look good!

    If you have any questions regarding this section feel free to message a staff member to clarify your doubts.
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2015
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