For people and teams developing mods and games with Valve's Source engine.
Most Source development activity goes on at the Valve Developer Community wiki, or Steam forums. This group is more like an outlet of those on ModDB than a community in its own right.
As we all working hard to meet our development goals for the Early Access version, we are again reaching out for all individuals on Moddb: This year we...
The source code for Estranged: Act I is now available in its entirety on GitHub.
Just follow through these two videos, and you will have a mod that you are able to add custom code into. Since The new 2013 version of the SDK just recently...
Finally finished a teaser for the mod.
Hope you like it!
Make sure to watch in HD!
Following the relaunch of TF2 as a free-to-play game, the Source SDK and SDK Base 2006 game have been made available to everyone on Steam.
Source FOR THE WIN!
Help guys, I need some textures based on Black Mesa for a mod I am currently developing...where can I find them (black mesa textures are sooo rare for the source engine...BTW i am a complete n00b at creating textures...Any help would be appreciated!!
Take pictures of the sewer.
Where can the Antlion worker be found in the source codes? Is it even there?
Because I really want to use it in my Mod.
Never mind Please ignore this
I just joined the group can't wait to meet and work with everyone!
Currently I'm seeking a few good people to start a dev. team with. I currently run UDK, and I'm working on using unity. I can work with game maker as well. All those interested, will be hosting a chat or forum session to decide what we want to do, how we want to do it, and who we're doing it for. From there we will be hammering out the gameplay and story details, and then workig on implementing it with what we finally decide on.
You do know that this is a source developers group right?
No other engine can compare to source!
how may i join or is that private?
lol late answer :x
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