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TrapdoorCreated by Silly Box Cat (Bahh M15)DescriptionThe title says all: this is simply a trapdoor which sends people to their death! The mechanism that this switch uses is very easy to create. Basically, stepping onto the block, or "trapdoor," sends you to your death almost instantly. As far as I know, this type of trapdoor hasn't been created until now!How it works1. Two movable objects (in this case they're small blocks) spawn interlocked with each other until one object is pushed below the other whilst the other object rests atop shortly after. Screenshot 12. After about 30 seconds from the start, the bottom object disappears and the object that was on top is left floating.Screenshot 23. The object stays afloat until it is encountered by a player.Screenshot 34. The player falls to his death since the trapdoor falls below the Skybubble grid.Screenshot 4UsageThe usage of this switch doesn't really vary beyond linear maps like Indiana Jone and the Crypt of Doom due to the fact that it shouldn't be reached by any player until the bottom object disappears (after about 30 seconds). Examples of the types of maps this mechanism could be used for include: puzzle maps; linear, objective-based infection maps; any other linear, objective-based game variant in which the trap can only be accessed at least until the bottom object of the trap disappears.LinksTrapdoor DOWNLOADMap Preview Video
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