Join the Social Modding Club where we plan events to play some of the great mods of our time, both old and new. The goal of this group is to allow members to easily plan and schedule events for gamers to play together. Moddb.com and Desura allow anyone to easily find, download, install, and update mods. This is the perfect place to setup a group with a forum that pulls gamers together so we can all enjoy the fruits of everyone's labor. My hope is that this will allow gamers to experience some of the amazing online mods that don't always have a large user base. I plan to have regularly scheduled events to keep this group active and a forum that will support users posting their own events or requests for gaming. Please join the group and enjoy the pleasures of playing mods with friends!
Join us this weekend for some GoldenEye: Source and SourceForts action.
Posted by DOLBYdigital on Jun 3rd, 2010
Welcome to the Social Modding Club, we are a group of gamers that play all the great online mods which sometimes don't have huge user bases. Please join or track the group, enjoy the events, and post your own events and gaming requests in the forum. I have also setup a Steam group that will mirror the gaming events posted here to help bring more gamers together. Below you will find information about the upcoming events for this weekend:
Date: Saturday, June 5th 2010
Time: 2pm until 5pm EST
Mod: GoldenEye: Source
GoldenEye: Source is a modification of Half-Life 2 that does a great job of bringing the experiences from the original GoldenEye64 back to life. This mod is very authentic and they really have done a great job at nailing the GoldenEye experience. The community is getting active again and starting to create more content in between official releases so lets fill up some servers and relive the old 64 days.
Date: Sunday, June 6th 2010
Time: 2pm until 5pm EST
SourceForts is a Half Life 2: Deathmatch mod where Combine and Rebels face off in capture-the-flag action with a big twist. Players build bases and other structures with blocks and plates in the "build phase" to protect themselves and their team's flag (which is actually a ball), and then fight it out and try to capture the enemy's flag in the "combat phase". Once the combat phase has ended, it's back to build, where players can repair, improve, and change their creations to ready them for the next combat phase. If it sounds like crazy fun, its because it is!