Thanks kypster. Glad this mod is still active.
They've got a site at:
Which links to their forums which are active again.
Sounds nice. Glad you're keeping jumping puzzles to a minimum. :)
Looks like this will be a good mod. I'm having problem getting to its website though. I get an error message saying that the "Redirection Limit for this URL has been reached."
Its been a while since I've seen any updates. Hope this mod is still alive.
Thanks for fixing my modwatch issue!
Why's this mod being deleted? Cancelled?
The story looks pretty good. Glad to see another SP mod in the works. Good Luck.
Wheee. Great looking mod.
I agree. It was enjoyable, but it seemed to be lacking the interactivity of NOLF2. But, great levels, great humor and a funny, if unexpected ending. For what it costs now (I got it off eBay for $5.00 USD), its definitely worth it.
NOLF is one of my favorite games, and I enjoyed NOLF 2 just as much - perhaps more.
The characters were awesome and the story pretty good for a shooter. I really wish they'd make a NOLF 3.
Tried the Beta on the site and liked it. Good work.
Cool. A Fifth Element Mod, very nice.
Played this a few months ago. Its an excellent piece of work and easily one of the best and most memorable SP mods I've played.
It doesn't work with UT2004, only the original Unreal Tournament.
Try downloading it from here:
This mod was pretty fun to play. Very good work.
Their site at Planethalflife.com is still up and was updated fairly recently.
Since this is a completed Singleplayer mod, shouldn't this be marked as "Complete" rather than "Archived/Awaiting Deletion" ?
I agree with ImTheDarkcyde. Keeping in mind that Nerve did the Multiplayer for RTCW. This should turn out nice.
SF:P kicks ***. Will be nice to see what you people can do with the HL2 engine :)
This is an excellent, original mod that has been one of my favorites since it was first publicly released.
Tried out the Public Beta. Very nice. I've never seen a mod like this before. Good work.
Great new renders. Good work.
Mmmm. Would love to play out the Antarctic Battle with the Goa'uld vs the 302's and Prometheus (303) :)
That was awesome. Glad you're back. Can never have too many SG Mods.
Nice. However I'll be waiting for someone to make a "modDB Classic" Template :)
I also prefered the old modWatch pages that showed *all* mods you're watching, not just those that have been updated since you last checked.
Another handy thing would be to the mod page sorted according to your prevents as opposed to the default 'sort by game'.
Looking good :thumbup:
Finally played through the 1.3 release. Very nice. Good work.