User information for "script" (Reviewer)
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You need to play this map! [nmaps.net]
I am Hunter, a high school senior.
I enjoy math, computer science, and physics.
My favorite book is Godel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter.
I am attending Rice University next year to study CS!
I am script, a mapmaker who has been loving n since a little before I made this map. [nmaps.net]
I enjoy bounceblocks, gold patterns, and ragdoll physics.
My favorite map is a journey to the beginning [nmaps.net] by fingersonthefrets.
I love making maps for lots of reasons. I mostly enjoy the artsy side of things because I don't get a lot of that in school, but I also enjoy putting patterns, puzzles and technical bits in my maps because I think they give maps a wonderful contrived atmosphere.
I can often be found on irc as scr|pt, and on the forums as scrivener. Hit me up for a chat, a collab, playtesting, or to ask me about my bifid uvula.
See you around,
ATOB's Mapping Theory [nmaps.net]
All maps have been tagged with their name, with spaces replaced by dashes (-) and other punctuation removed.
All maps have exactly 1 of the following tags:
The following tags are optional:
collab [nmaps.net] (In addition to names of those involved)
retile [nmaps.net] (In addition to names of those involved)
reobject [nmaps.net] (In addition to names of those involved)
ded [nmaps.net] (In addition to names of those involved)
In addition to round-specific tags, contest maps are tagged with the name of the contest such as:
paradigm shift [nmaps.net]
Maps with too many damn tags are tagged:
incomplete tags [nmaps.net]
These maps may belong in any of the above categories but unfortunately cannot be labelled as such. Importance of tags, for the purpose of determining which to leave on the maps, is:
Name of the map
Name(s) of people involved
Genre of the map
Maps submitted by other people concerning/involving me, including collabs, retiles, and deds, are often found here. [nmaps.net]
I hope you found what you were looking for here. If you did not, "I can often be found on irc as scr|pt, and on the forums as scrivener," so shoot me a message, ping me, or leave a comment.