Alpha Project is a Battlefield 2 modification which goals are to bring back all the features that were left out in the retail game. The gameplay style of the mod is a mixture of arcade and realism.

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Ron230 May 2 2011, 2:26pm says:

Sieht gut aus.

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sgt.davis44 May 2 2011, 2:56pm says:

How possible is it to make the weapons only replace their appropriate weapon slots? And to switch kits you have to take the kit ON a soldier(that soldiers body).

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JONES™ May 2 2011, 3:10pm replied:

Impossible with the bf2 engine, thats for sure hardcoded

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sgt.davis44 May 2 2011, 3:27pm replied:

I hate it when devs hardcode things like this. Had too many such situations modding Company of Heroes.

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_Jinz_ May 3 2011, 6:43am replied:

So I guess it's impossible to keep a helmet on an incapacited player without having to change the .exe then? (which is impossible, or atleast illegal to do so if it is possible)

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Ron230 Jun 7 2011, 10:37am replied:

No, you don't need to change it, but you need to remodel the soldiers and the kits.

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Scorch67 May 2 2011, 3:19pm says:

Me Gusta

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Cpt.Dann May 2 2011, 4:13pm says:

Wow! I thought it was going to be hard to make shadows for it! I didn't even bother asking cause I didn't think it was worth it! Great job!

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JONES™ May 2 2011, 4:37pm replied:

Actualy its simple, you only need to add a line to the model tweak file and you got dynamic shadows :)

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BFRHYS Creator
BFRHYS May 2 2011, 6:08pm says:

Woah shadows! Lol i completely forgot about those haha

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InsanityPays May 2 2011, 6:12pm says:


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WaffleAndy May 2 2011, 10:32pm says:

Epic [Again].

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Ron230 May 3 2011, 9:14am replied:

Epic:)Do you want a new combo?

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fenneck89[GER] May 3 2011, 12:16pm replied:


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PamParamPamPam May 4 2011, 2:35am replied:


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Cpt.Dann Jul 25 2011, 4:26pm replied:


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BladyPiter May 3 2011, 5:29am says:

This rifle levitate?

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Battlefield_Forever May 3 2011, 6:20am says:

Это просто модели оружия вместо сумок ? или вы сделали как в вступительном ролике dice где автоматы падали на землю из рук(имели мобильную физику)

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V1peris May 3 2011, 10:00am says:

OMFG, Hovering M16 O_o

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BFRHYS Creator
BFRHYS May 4 2011, 3:34am says:

Its not hovering, its just on a slope.

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DukeOfJudea May 6 2011, 6:14am says:

lets contiune our epic word

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Yoysome May 7 2011, 9:44am says:

didnt you use the same concept of the gun sitting by itself on you christmas hill map?

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BFRHYS Creator
BFRHYS May 7 2011, 10:59am replied:

However the ^^ epic ^^ difference here is after they are dropped, they don't simply spawn at soldiers feet, they actually look like they fall out of the soldier, and when you pick it up, you can see your gun fall down. With Pickup kits, this method worked great, but with actual kits for some reason there were many problems that involved using weapons, or even bundles exported as weapons. Soldier collisions, i don't even want to go there again... Python was needed to spawn weapons as actual kits, but that's Hjids work. It turned out great though!

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dodek96_pl Jun 14 2011, 12:11pm says:

Not sure if it's possible, but you could add mass to it so gravity works :)

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Billyf Jan 16 2012, 5:07pm says:


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additional tweaks on dropkits by Hjid
->added dynamic shadows
->rotated fall down position

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