Leader\main artist of Rogue Republic game project and just a student in physics\mathematics.
that will become an Austrian coat of arms, lol
exactly it is
PS: both cars are manufactured by GAZ plant, just the original one is called "Tiger".
congratz, guys! :3
lol, dude, from pointing some facts you degenerated to "prophesying" (how can you know our plans?) and bluntly insulting, now I have no doubt you're just an unhappy sad lil' troll.
If you want smth easy & quick - don't look for a girl, use your hand :P
AFAIK Planetary Annihilation has a swarm of educated\professional developers, the first news of this game I have heard roughly 2 years ago (and sure they didn't start crying from the very beginning), so that's a broad disinformation when talking about "5 members in half year".
And yeah, I sincerely do not understand what do you mean by "looks not really good". Anyway I just really hate the look of C&C3, it's atmosphere, I hate its constant stupid limitations and I'm overwhelmingly sure that we can do better.
Yes, I could have finished DS'96, but what would be the gain? Another longly-built mod swallowed by history in a couple of months? I'm no more romantic for that kind of crap :P A finished game is worthy 10 finished mods, esp. made with a zero budget.
As a chief developer, I'm reasonably sure the odds to finish a beta by this Christmas are high, so plz mister go & beat the air with demotivation to smb else
but your enemy is Poland in this mod, not USA :D
you confuse the 1989 variant T-72BM and a more modern Russian 2006 T-72BM "Rogatka" which didn't enter mass production.
Rogatka (2006): Btvt.narod.ru
original T-72BM (1989): Missing-lynx.com
Gun and shells can be usable, but only if they hit the target, while T-84 can more accurately and from longer range hit its prey because of having a real thermal sight and fire control system. Plus don't forget the much more modern ERA on T-84 and basically a better armor layout of the T-80 family.
well, T-72BM is a Cold War era piece of metal with no fire control system, while even a vanilla T-80UD (on which T-84 is based) outmatches T-72BM in every possible parameter.
do you really think it's physically possible to make an indie game (not a wretched mod) in a smaller time? Have you were encountered all the hardship of implementing even the basic tiny **** like attack or building?
And yeah, we're working little more than a year.
They will even be able to jump from the windows if life gets very sad
Sure, huts aren't finale
Neither I do see any similarities except two barrels. Secretly I must say we made the model before that mod was released
Really... What about us? :-P
why? This is a unit of Intermarium
yes, we need :P
depending what are you gonna hit it with
thanks, mate :)
ur welcome ;)
this is year 2030 (or so). It's a rough map (things can be changed later) and it's the beginning of the fall of central government - Karelia separated first. My map maker proposed an even more radical version, but I objected because it could have cause a public outrage =) But before thinking of this, recall the history of China during WW2 - many breakaway regions like Tibet, Manchuria or East Turkestan, the nation itself divided between Communist and Nationalists.
This is what most probably may happen to Russia if its government won't think about finding alternatives for oil-gas revenues.
камуфляж, IMO, лишний, пушку лучше покрасить в чёрный цвет =)
an airplane was designed even earlier than that :P
ironically, this map was drawn by an another Baltic country citizen, so no wonder its so controversive :)
Games such as Generals and War\Starcrafts have made the right choice with unit voices (just everyting else). Unit replies should be normal - not too much of ****** humour, not obsessively serious. Humor should be very subtle, in the form of irony of hidden jokes.
I hated Empire Earth 3 for being overloaded with tonns of childish unfunny jokes everywhere out of place.
Nazarbayev allied himself with Russia, but pro-Turanic opposition works to oust him
still I can't get what it is meant for :D
ooooohhh.... where was BT-7 ever used in Hungary? :O