Angels Fall First: Planetstorm is an objective-based assault game fought both in space and on the ground. Featuring totally original art and completely new game types, we take you from flying gigantic capital ships, piloting fighters, and manning turrets to the traditional vehicular and infantry combat, both planet-side and inside the starships themselves. At your command are more than two dozen ships and vehicles, including all original weaponry, 3 maps with full bot support, two custom characters, with more on the way. This is a <b>total</b> conversion mod in the fullest sense of the word. Welcome to Planetstorm.

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Kamikazi[Uk] May 12 2009 says:

Cool :D.

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Jaen-ni-rin May 12 2009 says:

Raliguns always add a +10 in awesomesauce to anything with them in it^^

Hehehe, big capcitors :DI hope ULP has got good capacitor manufacturers and the railgun won't break because they will have swollen or stuff^^'

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GenesisAria Sep 8 2009 replied:

Um maybe it should have a different name, a railgun is simply a projectile weapon that takes a chunk off of some metaloid mass and fires it with a coil of magnets. That looks more like a plasma weapon, takes liquid matter puts it into a plasma state and fires it.
Would make more sense.

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Jetfire_ Sep 13 2009 replied:

You can see the slug from the magazine sitting there in yellow. The cylinders are on the back are capacitors, not reservoirs :)

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Stukov961 Nov 3 2009 replied:

Both right and wrong.
What you are refering to is a Gauss gun. A railgun doesn't use coils but two parallell rails utilizing the Lorentz force.

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Sarge_Rho Jan 17 2010 replied:

No, a railgun uses, as the name says, magnetic rails. Not coils. And anything it fires, depending on velocity, often ends up as plasma or at least molten.

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ULA Falken RID Infantry Deployed Railgun

Model: SkyWay
Texture: Ikarus

NOTE: These are in-editor shots and do not reflect final ingame quality.

May 12th, 2009
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