Originally joined Moddb Jan 31, 2006.
I code and try to model every now and then.
dis is racst.
Not soon enough!
Boy, was I wrong! :D
The key goes into the inventory first, so you mustve just had 1 slot left at the time.
You can kick Marine out of bounds.
hi there :) :D
yes what tokya said where update is?
James, you handsome man! <3
Yeah, that happens every now and then.
Hi, I was hosting that, I had no clue why I didn't take damage at the time, but it turned out that setting friendly fire to off makes you take no damage even from the zombies.
I also forgot to turn on the console so that's why I tried to get the zombies to kill me so everyone could join in...
To avoid any confusion, the patch and source was released in january this year.
Looks as awesome as ever, love it!
Based on the arm I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that's Sophie. :P
Haha didn't expect your files to turn Steam's language into Russian.
"Kom här din lilla skit!" Haha :P
Hearing you talk about AoM:DC is very interesting ruMpel, looking forward to the rest of these!
I'd love to.
I'm kinda suprised this wasnt "discovered" until now, since the detail texture is just another layer that supports higher resolution, right?
You're wrong, "Works with Steam." is in the description of the latest installer.
Try reading the forum post again.
Name fits well. :D
I haven't played Cry of Fear but from what I've seen, I'd say Minuit is correct here.
I'm late to this, but "I mean, why even have Moddb anymore, all the mods worth playing are going Indie. Screwing the PC gaming scene over." made my day, laughed like hell.
"First release what you were doing, then make a game. That how modding works."
People mod because they wanna utilize the engine but can't pay for a license to go independent, these guys got a license and can do that.
Theres no golden modding rule that you can't "convert" a mod to an indie, the only things that's changed is that they can distribute it commercially now.
They got a lucky break, get over it!
I never saw any "We promise to never ever go commercial" statement, so what are you on about? A really polished project getting a license must be like a dream come true to them.
Your words make you sound like someone jealous, I bet you are too.
Seems interesting, Henri is a damn good artist too, I'm glad to be able to work with him.
This seems a bit innovative, good luck. :)
Deadlock is also the name for a "Making History" mod. X)
Hilarious miss by Phillip there! :P
HAHA, so darn cheesy! :D
That map is so awesome looking :P
Great work getting the source part out of the title.
Well that confirms that this will be a very gritty and disturbing mod, can't wait! :)
Very interesting insight into such a huge project.
The water's indeed gorgeous!
Love the enviroment.
Wow, so much details.
That is some sick stuff.
I love how detailed your areas are, stuff everywhere. :)
Wow, nice textures!