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Once, a long time ago, when caves didn't generate and lava coated the void, I had found a mountain with a chunk error cutting straight to the center before reaching its terminus. I turned it into a volcano fortress.
Compared to how the Ordos Mortar Infantry worked in Emperor: Battle for Dune, this appearance is a fitting one. The mortar infantry proved very weak by themselves, and were of course easy to destroy when under-supported. All the Ordos infantry looked the same, so the only real difference was their voice, which bore a distinctly younger or inexperienced quality.
Great, I've always wanted circular toast!
Oh, look at this, Sites.google.com
A fix that Onemanshow and 作者です have created for SMOD that allegedly works today.
So, it's powered by a couple of D-Cells. That's cool, I guess.
But where do the slugs go?
So is the building going to allow the bizarre armoring technique people used that would let them obscure their cockpit by rotating "arms" so they could place armor in front of it?
Also, upside down guns? I kind of hope that has the same effect, but at the same time, I hope it causes no change to a weapon's performance.
I just wish I could run it with the high res pack, I thought my video card was good enough.
I forgot this was at one time a thing, I'm glad it is once more.
I'm pretty sure this has about everything Complete does..
Tried starting a new game with high def atmosfear, 3 gig upgraded exe, and this, I keep getting a ctd. Followed the instructions and used a fresh install.
Indeed, if this makes a-life compatible with multiplayer, I don't see why it shouldn't at the bare minimum include a two(Or preferably 4) player coop mode.
I missed chromehounds, if you manage to outdo it, you win everything.
I don't mean to be a Debbie Downer, but spell check plox? C'mon man I really want to be able to read this. I mean, you clearly know how to lay out a post and present exciting content to an audience, just reflect that in the writing too.
Side note, the drivers on the water speeders could use some wetsuits, like 70's cartoon commandos
Would it be possible to implement a tweak to make Freedom less lazy in their faction war?
Apparently this is a common issue attributed to these things called 'glory points' and freedom by default has a low value, making them unlikely to pursue faction wars objectives.
I think the wear and tear being a status indicator of condition would be a better idea.
Weren't they just sort of teleported into place? I recall there being some horror story about people suddenly falling into holes around where the citadels appeared.
Look, they even started it for you here.
Beat the game, went back to the bar, noticed I still have "Kill Strelok" as an objective.
I don't understand the benefit of joining a faction other than getting free stuff from the first one you're in. Also, I don't quite follow why Freedom hates the ecologists, they essentially have the same philosophy but one has government funding.
Gabe probably wouldn't type like that. Maybe this declaration of a hoax is a more elaborate hoax being perpetrated by a party who doesn't want to see Sven Coop's rise to monetary success. I say you insist and take this further until we find out the real perpetrator behind the injustice of not letting you cash in.
Are you sure it has enough missile pods?
I don't suppose there's a way to play a 2v2v2v2 on this without a randomly selected ally.
Sad part, I'd still play Sven if it were true. I started out believing the last couple April 1st things, but this was too goofy from the beginning.
Any reason for the design change?
I think this is just about as good as the other one, just curious.
It's always sad to see a mod slip through the cracks, but frankly I didn't even know I was watching this until I got this in my inbox.
It's really hard to find these in any decent quality. Great job.
So I take it this sort of disables a structure.
I WISH they died slowly, as is you have no warning before all the rest of your infantry go up with them.
If this represents the Nod mission I think it does, I managed to sacrifice only light infantry to keep my incinerators healthy enough to get up close and personal. Once the line was broken I had clear access to the Nod base and used the air support to mop up. The image would probably look a bit different if that were the basis. But it looks nice, as always.