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Thanks! Had a lot of fun drawing it. :)
That's odd. Make sure you've set the compatibility mode to Windows 98/ME and that you run as administrator. Otherwise, this could be a hardware issue.
Software mode is never recommended for any modern Carnivores mod. Use D3D if you can.
hey everyone, P.Rex here. For those who don't know I'm a co-creator of this mod, I made half the maps, custom graphics and other assets for the mod. Just letting you all know that while Reloaded is officially dead, development continues under a new title: Moddb.com
See you all there!
Not necessarily. I switch my focus between projects depending on mood.
Pretty much XD
Thanks, I'm glad you like them.
I'm not sure I understand your question.
Thanks for the compliments. I had a friend make the sounds for this mod, not sure what he used.
It replaces Herrerasaurus.
That's the way the original developers of Carnivores 2 made them... can't be changed, I'm afraid.
Set the game's compatibility mode to Windows 98/ME, should work fine.
Best PB map set ever, and I'm totally not just saying this because I'm one of the devs.
A Palaeodictyopteran, member of an extinct order of insects from the Carboniferous and Permian periods. There are no species of this order alive today.
Thank you for the suggestion.
I feel one species of flying ambient animal is enough for the kind of atmosphere I'm trying to create here. That said, there are two flying animals (a Lepidopteran and a Palaeodictyopteran) currently in the pipeline as DLC huntables.
I beg your pardon?
Set the compatibility of MANDIBLES.EXE to Windows 98/ME compatibility and try again.
From the little I can remember right now, in your mod you create a duplicate directory of the animal you want to resound (for example: "animals/Allo" for the Allosaurus) then put your new sound files in that directory. The new sounds need to have the same names as the old ones (for example: "dig.wav") in order to replace them.
This map is awesome! Not much has changed in terms of gameplay, but it didn't really need to. The cosmetic changes really do make a world of difference, however. Love the use of lights, especially in the outdoors area! The only problem I could find is if you fall into the canal, there's no apparent way to get out without cheating, but that can be easily fixed.
Thank you! :)
Set the compatibility of MANDIBLES.EXE to Windows 98/ME compatibility. Should work fine then.
Usually around a month.
Nothing at the moment. I'll release it when all 8 maps are done, though recently I've been focusing more on DLC creatures.
My thoughts exactly.
Does the head rotate?
Haha, thanks :) I can't believe no one had done it before!
Awesome! Looking forward to it.
Your best map yet! Love all that detail. And damn it was a hard map.
By the way, where's the music from?