Not a big fan about posting profile bios, but I guess I'll do one. I'm a PC gamer fan and not that big on console. I like to modify games for personal use but sometimes start up mini projects. I love to create levels. Oh and I'm not afraid to tell you to your face if I think your level/mod needs improving. I also tend to hang out on the ZP:S forums alot (best game ever). I will try and help you out even if no one else will.

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wazanator Sep 19 2011, 5:58pm says:

Very good story but I feel it lacked toothbrushes, where's Waldo book's and flying lawnmowers. That said I wouldn't mind reading an extended version :)

+1 vote   article: Short Story Competition Winner - Herr_Alien
wazanator Sep 14 2011, 12:04pm says:

I mostly would like to see any bugs ironed out. It's been awhile since I last played but if I remember correctly there was a map that if you did team deathmatch on sometimes 2 players from opposite teams would spawn in the same spot.

+2 votes   article: Shhh ... we're waking up
wazanator Aug 20 2011, 10:03am says:

Wow I had no idea you were working on contagion. That just means the game will be even better then I thought it was!

+1 vote   article: The Mortewood Plaza - Dead?
wazanator Aug 20 2011, 9:51am replied:

You need to download off steam or desura

+1 vote   mod: Zombie Panic: Source
wazanator Aug 17 2011, 9:58pm says:

Looks good but why is there a cooling tank inside the building O.o?

+8 votes   media: August 17th Update
wazanator Aug 10 2011, 2:10pm says:

Looks great but think you could make some different blood decals that alternate?

+1 vote   media: Ultra Gore
wazanator Jul 7 2011, 7:10pm says:

Moppop reminds me of a certain potteh fella.

0 votes   article: No mod support for Battlefield 3
wazanator Jul 7 2011, 7:03pm replied:

Have you read recent EULA from companies? Look at Bloody Good Times, the game had good game play it just needed maps. However Ubisoft slipped this into their EULA:

It is not permitted:
- To modify the Multimedia Product or create any derived work,
- To create or distribute unauthorised levels and/or scenarios,
- To decompile, reverse engineer or disassemble the Multimedia Product.

This is a source game we are talking about, an engine plenty of people know how to map for. They could have probably made more money in the long run if they would have supported the community.

-1 votes   article: No mod support for Battlefield 3
wazanator Jul 7 2011, 2:54am replied:

It's quite clear your nothing more then a troll, who (if your age is correct on your profile) is suffering from some serious issues that they had with their parents. You seem to bring in parenting into every single one of your comments and how spoiled kids shouldn't get what they want, which leads me to belive your parents never supported you as a child or allowed you to do anything on your own.

Is this what's wrong? Are you the kind of person who wanted to go off to a distant college but mommy and daddy said no and forced you to go to community college so they could keep a close eye on their most precious baby? Did you say "Mom, Dad I'm 21 years old now I think I'm ready to drive the car." only for them to respond "No! There are crazy people out on the road and you could die!" and so had Mommy carpool you to your community college?

Listen man don't you think it should be up to the community if they want to try and mod a game? It shouldn't matter if the developers provide tools or not. Look at the past battlefield games for the pc before Bad company, they all had mod tools but they weren't great mod tools. It took people forever to learn to properly create a navigation mesh for the AI. BF2142 didn't have mod tools, the community had to take a previous tool released by DICE and mod it to be able to create maps.

The point of the matter isn't that they aren't providing the community with mod tools, the community can do that on its own over time. The point is DICE is locking the code down so you can't touch it or mod it anyway without it being illegal.

+5 votes   article: No mod support for Battlefield 3
wazanator Jul 7 2011, 2:28am replied:

@moppop: I'm sorry but there are plenty of mods out there that have professional quality to them. Look at project reality, Neotokyo, Off Limits, and No more room in hell All great mods that are on par with the quality of studio produced games.

Now look at games like Dino D-day that are awful yet had all the same chances and tools as modders did but had money to back them up. Would you say Dino d-day is better then Hidden Source, Fistful of frags or even 1187? After all they all run on the same engine but one is made by why you consider "professionals".

Plus how are you to know whats best for the modding community when you yourself don't even mod? That's like telling someone they're not allowed to use art supplies because they are simply a hobby artist and not a professional artist.

+15 votes   article: No mod support for Battlefield 3
wazanator Jul 5 2011, 12:13am replied:

And that is why I loved Jedi Outcasts multiplayer. There was just something about having crazy mid air fights and jumping all over the place that I liked. I hope they capture that aspect in this mod.

+2 votes   media: Air Attack
wazanator Jul 5 2011, 12:07am says:

Is it bad that I want a smart phone just so I can use it as a portable emulator?

+2 votes   poll: Do you own a smartphone?
wazanator Jul 5 2011, 12:05am replied:

@Apparation: If your texting someone to the point that your fingers hurt I think it is time to call them.

+12 votes   poll: Do you own a smartphone?
wazanator Jun 29 2011, 2:45pm says:

I always found it a bit funny how when I looked into the AI's difference in difficulty it was just a different multipler for income that seemed to be the only difference. :P

Anyway I'll be sure to check out your AI update :)

+2 votes   article: Smarter AI, Online Connectivity Patches, and Mod Support
wazanator Jun 13 2011, 1:07pm says:

I would strongly suggest trying to learn hammer. Once you get the basics down it's not that hard.

If you need help try these links:

+2 votes   download: Portal Editor Mappack 1
wazanator Jun 13 2011, 1:03pm says:

He's still going to say "I"M GOING TO STICK MY FOOT IN YO ***!" right?

+1 vote   article: Contagion - New Marcus & More
wazanator Jun 9 2011, 12:57am says:

Looks good! Really like the idea of having to have certain NPC's to unlock doors.

BTW are their arms clipping through the guns and if so will it be fixed?

+1 vote   article: New Features!
wazanator Jun 8 2011, 3:13pm says:

Linux version of Desura sounds pretty cool. But don't you need games that work on Linux first? (Not saying there aren't any but very few)

-1 votes   article: Desura Linux Development - We have UI!
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:12am says:

Poly count?

+1 vote   media: C96
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:11am says:

I like it but the street texture tiles visibly it looks like.

+1 vote   media: Gheluvelt pt 2
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:08am says:

Gun looks great, now you just need to work on the arms a bit more :) (or at least the texture)

+1 vote   media: Enfield in game
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:06am replied:

@cinco: The title says "British troop finished" which would lead one to believe it's done, leading to the question about the face.

+2 votes   media: British Troop finished
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:04am says:

Poly count?

+1 vote   media: Lewis Gun
wazanator Jun 2 2011, 12:00am replied:

Would like to add on that it could in fact steal sales from them.

Look at this way; am I going to go buy another Mario Kart game from Nintendo when I could simply turn to this free mod that's running on an engine that's easy to map for, get custom skins, bookmark servers, and probably get better developer support?

I really hope they don't send you a C&D but if I were you guys I would keep the game mechanics but drop the Mario theme and go for something similar but original that won't get you in legal trouble

+1 vote   article: May News
wazanator Jun 1 2011, 11:44pm says:

Looks alright for a wip but yeah I would make it a bit less watermellony.

+2 votes   media: Grenade W.I.P
wazanator May 31 2011, 7:35pm replied:

It's called Action Half life for a reason

+2 votes   article: AHL2v2 patch now available
wazanator May 29 2011, 6:22pm says:

You've got a good sounding idea but I think you need to step back and think of whats possible.

Your talking about having:
Max of a 100 players playing at once
Big open maps

+3 votes   mod: War of The Servers
wazanator May 29 2011, 5:54pm says:

Yay :)

+1 vote   download: AHL2: Version 2.0 Release Update 1
wazanator May 22 2011, 7:26pm says:

Really fun! Just wish I could find a dedicated server

+1 vote   mod: Action Halflife 2
wazanator May 22 2011, 1:14pm says:

If you have that overlay on all the time in game along with the same style music I will play for a long time.

+2 votes   media: Action Half-Life 2 version 2 Release Trailer
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