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I didn't know Unreal Tournament's engine was capable of my eyes laid witness to in the trailer.
Thanks for modding, and thanks for making your mod open source.
If what you claim is correct, then "1.8.3 installer missing files" is the last update for TSLRCM.
That would be very convincing if we excluded the fact that TSLRCM is still being developed and the many other games I have aren't. It's like buying a $60 game to play it immediately even though you have a few games left in your backlog. By time you finish them all, the $60 game will be in a bargain bin for $5 and patched to version 8.9.
Why have a great experience now when I can have a greater experience next year?
It's nice to know that the game is still being improved. I'll continue to wait before making my second playthrough. The first having been started ~2008.
The soundtrack link is Musicbyjt.com
Do we get to chose which integrated mods are installed? If not, where can I download the Clan Quest mod without the others?
Why would you want to get rid of the reindeer in the first place?
This is the mod, Dear Esther's original release.
The game itself, the one in the Humble Indie Bundle 8, was released in 2012.
This is amazing.
You earned it.
If not for this comment, I wouldn't have any interest in this mod.
What led to the decision to build your own engine?
How many years/months did it take?
Just read your comment.
There's no difference between this 1.8.2 and the full install of 1.8.2, right?
I ask because the full install was apparently uploaded on "Jul 24th, 2012" and this has just been uploaded today.
I have KOTOR Complete version 1.03 (not sure if 1.03b or not) installed, need I instal patch 1.0b prior to installing this?
romnus Oct 18 2011, 7:56pm says:
download here: Gamefront.com
Water, MODDB, Paranoia, and Cry of Fear. No idea what mods the others are from.
Thanks for existing by the way.
Do I still need to download this version, or has the Director's Cut on Steam been updated with it already?
The same question goes for patches/fixes and other quest mods.
What caused y'all to choose the Goldsrc engine?
I'm not gonna be playing this anytime soon by the way. I've got enough mods on my computer that I haven't finished nor played to begin with.
Thank you for posting this.
What do I do about Mod Path? I don't know where my mods are in the game. If I don't use this properly, will my mods not be activated? I installed Daggerfall using DOSBox if I recall correctly.