FragOut! is a Half Life 2 multiplayer mod, in which you only get different kinds of grenades to fight with, instead of the usual weapons.
Forcing players to adapt at using only throwing weapons new tactics are sure to arise!
in other news, Nauz is probably gonna be unable to model or animate anything for the coming 2 weeks as he first has an important exam week and after that a week of vacation.
as for coding:
I'm planning to allow "cooking" of grenades which means you can no longer hold a primed grenade forever this allows for throwing alot of grenades quickly to cover an area or to time it exactly to throw it directly in someone's face and then KABUUM!
also have a glow up for holy hand grenade but more difficult will be a glowing effect that starts as soon as the cross(pin) is released. It then glows for a while until it explodes... BAAUUUUUUM.
Stay tuned for the next news update(in 1 or 2 weeks)
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