A redistribution of the GreenDuck jar (the dynamic universe generator) that prompts the user for locations to look for Freelancer and the mod package...
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What is Dynamic Itano Circus?
With permission, the old and awesome mod Itano Circus was extended and modified in several ways to make it take longer to complete the game, and make the universe far more interesting, while preserving the vanilla Freelancer universe. The changes are significant enough to warrant a release as a completely new mod.
And all of this is easy to set up on your computer and does not involve connecting to someone's laggy server on the other side of the world!
Support: firstname.lastname@example.org (Contact me either with a comment or after you've read the readme)
Remember Itano Circus
Have you played the famous and iconic Itano Circus mod? If so you know many of the basic gameplay changes it makes such as improving the AI, removing weapon classes so any ship can fit any gun, and just adding lots of combat oriented finishing touches to Freelancer.
A Whole new World
If you enjoyed the normal Itano Circus, you may like the dynamic version. It was developed with the blessings of the creator of the original mod, Why485. The dynamic variant uses a completely new implementation of a dynamic universe written in Java designed for use in open single player and when you host your own server.
Let's look at some features:
In addition to those implemented by the new dynamic universe program, several changes have been made to the mod itself:
Hosting your own server is the best way to run this mod, but most of the features work perfectly well in open single player (the economy works inconsistently). Be sure to read the readme, as it has detailed instructions on using this mod.
Send feedback to email@example.com and be sure to credit Brian Hernandez for the original mod! Without his support this project would not have been possible.