This first person shooter set in the Star Trek universe lets you take control of a member of the Starship Voyager crew as you combat the Borg and other enemies. The game utilizes the Quake 3 engine for incredible graphics as you travel through many familiar locations --Voyager, a Borg cube, a Klingon Bird of Prey, and more. The game also requires you to solve missions with the help of intelligent computer controlled teammates and allies.
This is the official source code of the multiplayer aspect of Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force, updated for patch v1.2.
STEF Game Source. Copyright (C) 1999-2000 Raven Softare
NOTE: The source MUST BE INSTALLED into the \stvoy\ directory. So if you want to install it on C: it needs to be installed to c:\stvoy. (q3asm will not work otherwise, and you cannot make the vms!)
The Game Source is broken out into 3 areas.
game - governs the game, runs on the server side.
cgame - governs the client side of the game, runs on the client side.
ui - handles the ui on the client side.
Making a quick mod is very straightforward. This document assumes Microsoft Visual C++ v6.xx. It covers making a slight mod to the game source, recompiling for debugging and rebuilding the vm's for distribution.
Slow Stasis Projectiles (Rockets) - TestMod
1. Open up the StefGame.dsw in Microsoft Visual C++.
2. Set the "game" project as the active project.
3. Open the "g_local.h" file and change the GAMEVERSION define from "baseef" to "TestMod"
4. Save "g_local.h"
5. Open the "g_missile.c" file.
6. Go to line 460 and change the 900 to 300. The old line reads:
VectorScale( dir, 900, bolt->s.pos.trDelta );
The new line should read
VectorScale( dir, 300, bolt->s.pos.trDelta );
7. Save "g_missile.c"
8. Perform a Build All command and it should build a DLL for the game.
At this point you have two options. You can run the debugger, choosing 'stvoyHM.exe' as the executable host which will load your DLL for debugging or you can build the vm's for distribution. When you release mods, you will want to build new vm's.
Building the vm's requires two things.
1. The files contained in the bin_nt path must be available for execution ( lcc.exe and q3asm.exe )
2. There must be environment variables set for proper lib and include paths. Microsoft Visual C++ installs a batch file that does this for you called "VCVARS32.bat"
To build the sample vm for the slow rocket test, do the following:
1. Open a DOS window.
2. Make sure lcc.exe and q3asm.exe are available on the path.
3. Run VCVARS32.bat
4. Go to your mods game directory and run the 'game.bat' file.
This ultimately produces a 'qagame.qvm' in the \baseef\vm\ path.
5. Make a "TestMod" path under your STEF directory. This will be a sibling to 'baseef'
6. Move 'qagame.qvm' to "\YourSTEFPath\TestMod\vm\"
7. Run STEF with the following command line "stvoyhm +set fs_game TestMod"
8. "TestMod" should be the referenced game and you should be able to catch up with and outrun your rockets.
Each of the areas contain a batch file "game.bat", "cgame.bat", and "ui.bat" which will build the appropriate vm files.