We have just finished(ish) our NS2 Maps/Mods Database. With the intention of giving the community one place they can find the maps/mods they are looking for, no matter how large the mapping and modding communities get in the run up to or after release, combined with easy/fast download links.
(note: I am aware that, with the small amount of maps and mods, this is not currently required (and with automatic downloads coming soon, has reduced value) but I hope it will serve enough of a purpose to make it worth while.)
See the most popular maps/mods (listed by times downloaded by default).
Fast downloads of any map/mod files you need.
Detailed map information including (but not limited to): Number of Tech Nodes, Resource Nodes, Doors and Map Overview Images.
Links to the map/mods unknownworlds.com forum thread.
Reviews of maps/mods (as and when we can make them).
What does it offer map/mod makers?
A fast and easy way to upload new files and get download links.
A place to show off the details of your map (and potentially have text and video reviews shown).
Somewhere the community can easily find your map/mod.
The ability to see how popular your map/mod is (downloads are recorded).
To Authors You can register on our website and (after being assigned to the map/mod maker group, which you can request here) add/edit/delete your own maps and mods. If your maps/mods are already added to the database you can either have it assigned to you by me, or make your own version and have me (or swalk) delete the old one.
Community feedback on the look, style, usability, functionality and content is encouraged. It is designed for you, so let us know what you think and want.
Featured Map/Mod Display
Latest Map/Mod Display
Feedback Interest I would especially like feedback on the topic of how best to display/organise the database, to help the user get what they want as fast and easily as possible.
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