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    #16
    Could you send me a link to your original unpublished file and I will give it a try. I like this level and would interested to see its performance on the PS3.

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      #17
      PS3 version now available. Check first post for link.
      Thanks Anuban.

      -Axe

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        #18
        Says not found.....

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          #19
          There is a spelling mistake in the ps3 link location.

          copy the link shortcut / location for ps3, paste it somewhere, correct the spelling mistake (xeonon to xenon) and re-paste the corrected link location into firefox or whatever

          or just click this:

          http://www.axemanleveldesign.com/dow...-xenon_ps3.rar

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            #20
            Yup thats it, thanks collette.

            Also, thank axeman for the level. Going to go test it now

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              #21
              Thanks Axeman! My weekend is getting fuller by the minute!

              Kat

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                #22
                Great map visuals, more than reasonable layout.

                Nitpick: Xenon is a noble gas, and can't be used as a fuel. It's almost completely non-reactive

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by ambershee View Post
                  Great map visuals, more than reasonable layout.

                  Nitpick: Xenon is a noble gas, and can't be used as a fuel. It's almost completely non-reactive
                  The link on first post is now fixed. Sorry 'bout that. Was real late last night when I was posting all this stuff.

                  And- yeah- I know it isn't technically used in the manner I describe. I used some creative license based on this paragraph from wikipedia:

                  The first excimer laser design used a xenon dimer molecule (Xe2) as its lasing medium,[13] and the earliest laser designs used xenon flash lamps as pumps.[14] Xenon is also being used to search for hypothetical weakly interacting massive particles[15] and as the propellant for ion thrusters in spacecraft.[16]
                  Sounded cool anyway.

                  -Axe

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Axeman View Post
                    Sounded cool anyway.
                    That's what counts

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                      #25
                      Great map!

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