For all the old skool modders that have stuck by Mod DB from v1 to v4. A lot has changed as over the years as the site moved from a dark v1 to a bright and rounded v2, to the classic v3 and now the all mighty v4! To join this group you must have joined the Mod DB in 2002 or be a KNOWN long time hardcore user!

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2002 to 2004 - Mod DB v0.5 to v1.5
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hypesystem Nov 10 2007 says:

Im glad that ModDB has evolved as much as it has before i found it. Else i dont think i would have signed up lol :D

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ambershee Nov 10 2007 says:

Bring back rotating mod banners!


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Wilhelm_III Sep 9 2008 replied:

Also, I agree entirely. Rotating mod banners FTW!

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Hanzie Sep 25 2008 replied:

True that was awesome in v1

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DIFTOW Apr 15 2011 replied:

I agree

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DJ-Ready Nov 11 2007 says:

Yeah, the banner rotation was awesome. I see no proper place for it on the v4 design though

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TKAzA Nov 11 2007 replied:

i concur even though my v1 account is lost 4 eva

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VulpineComplex Nov 11 2007 says:

The good old days. Also, needs more rotating banners.

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bobwashere Nov 11 2007 says:

Straight and to the point. As it should be.

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Liothen Nov 11 2007 says:

Wow, i remember testing v1 before it went public... way way back in the day :P

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mikejkelley Nov 16 2007 says:

Lol, "Mod of the Week!" Yeah, right... :roll eyes:

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Dragonlord Nov 19 2007 says:

v1 had a charm of its own, no questions asked. Especially the banner I liked the most. Not intrusive but still dynamic.

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Cheezo Jan 20 2008 says:

Holy bastard I miss those days

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Howling Feb 29 2008 says:

I still love this one.

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reFly Apr 5 2008 says:

Like the Heavy would say:

"Good times!"

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wiredgear May 18 2008 says:

Wow, v1 sure does bring memories. Each version has evolved greatly ;P

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Wilhelm_III Aug 12 2008 says:

I still like the 0.5-1.5 design the best :(

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T-RonX Feb 11 2009 says:

I loved this version best :)

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RandomusIdiotus Feb 19 2009 says:

Mod DB as of December 30th, 2003:

Here is the site that allowed me to see that page:

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Whizzard Apr 27 2009 replied:

Ambershee is on the front page! :3

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Warlock_23 Jul 21 2009 says:

Woah did Moddb really look like this?

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AUG_DUDE Mar 24 2010 says:

that's how everything started...

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SkitZaY Aug 3 2010 says:

Easily my favourite.

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Measly_Twerp Dec 29 2010 says:

I love the alerts, "7mW"? 7 milli-watts of alertness?

Even though it was all grey, it was still a breakthrough in community design, still is actually. I've never found another community so organized and integrated as this.

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azzDB Feb 1 2011 says:

I remember it so well! :(

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asif_ridwan Jul 29 2011 says:

really old school theme!

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The Mod DB continues the tradition that is making modification oriented webpages, and some may think it picks up where ModRealm left off however I can assure you this is far from the truth. The focus of the modDB is on the community, and hopefully building up a hub of users all interested in modifications who shall consequently partake in discussions, and other fun activities. So comon now, cease reading all this junk from me and go share your thoughts across this page, add your mods and one day the modDB will hit its goal that is a comprehensive searchable listing of every modification for every game ever created!

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