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Pipeline Panic


Entry ID #: 1346
Created: Sun, Jan 12, 2014 5:48 PM

Pipeline panic is played on a standard 12' x 12'. field, utilizing the small 1.5" balls as the primary scoring object. Teams must place these balls into one of two goals, a long tube which leads to a sidegoal, but has a hazardous descoring hatch, or a divided 30" high goal, which must be opened using one of two pressure plates. During the last 30 seconds, teams may make use of the match load multiplier balls, which multiply the score based on how many are in the goal. The team with the most points wins the game.


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   Quarkity on 01/16/2014

The animation style reminds me of the 'REBOOT' series. The explanation is sweet, the MAYA usage is on par. Next up for your team is to learn more about textures and wire mesh modeling (the super cool stuff). I liked it. -Q