**Since MCC does not currently have a way to share a link to in game File Shares on the Halo Waypoint website, in order to download the map please do the following:**About a week ago during one of the Forge the Fight playtesting streams, I heard this comment:
1. Pull up the roster in the main menu of MCC (“X” Button for Xbox)
2. Click on your name
3. Go to “Find Player”
4. Type in my Gamertag: glgglemcwiggle (the first "i" is actually a lowercase "L")
5. Go to “File Share”
6. Go to “Map Variants”
7. Download the map “Unfoundry”
Hold [RB] to flip Foundry... wait, what? How did you do that?
Almost immediately, I made plans to do what I enjoy doing the most, spending an exorbitant amount of time and effort on essentially pointless jokes. The result is what I call Unfoundry. Every single object from the original foundry map has been moved in some way(aside from most respawn points), with weapon and vehicle locations also changing to match the surrounding scenery. I even added some hidden treasures in the map, which offer zero strategical value, but do grant whoever earns them my undying respect.
Does this map work?
If you're asking if this map actually runs and can be played on, yes it is fully functional for every gamemode the original foundry worked on, those being:
- Slayer, both FFA and Team
- And any other gamemode variation which worked on the original Foundry.
The map also supports 4-12 people, just like the original Foundry.
Now, if you are asking if this map plays well or is balanced in any way, I have no idea. My hopes are that it plays very well, as that would only enhance it's unique purpose, however I also doubt that belief. Nevertheless, it's sure to provide a very enriching and unique experience to anyone who plays it.
Why are so many of the weapons standing straight up?
The UNSC ran out of money in their budget for soap in 2532, so they came up with a more effective solution to stop their weapons from getting dirty.
I wanted to see how far I could go with a joke in forge and still make a playable map, as well as just make something relatively funny. I also wanted to use it as an opportunity to get more practice with forging on PC, even though there wasn't really any complicated techniques used to make this.
What about Unsandbox?
No. I may like jokes, but even I have my limits.