GfG#2 (part 2) is on the way! Read on to find out more info!
You knew she lied about where she worked. When she went missing you vowed to find her.
Your search has led you to the foot of Yucca Mountain where local people say they have seen her. As you explore the mountain side you uncover something you weren't meant to see, never mind USE. Be aware of your surroundings, because your skills will be tested before you reach the end of this adventure.
GfG#2 is an adventure in two parts. In part one you will explore the mountain and discover a facility. In part two you activate a machine that flips gravity, flooding and destroying the facility. You must then escape alive and stop the expansion of the "Grav anamolie" before it reaches a nearby city.
if you have fun with this, please check out my UT04 mod, " At the Moment of Madness "
you need to put the map here: C:\Documents and Settings\\My Documents\My Games\Unreal Tournament 3\UTGame\Published\CookedPC\CustomMaps
then it should show up with your instant action death match maps.
Hello watchers of that ol' ut 3 mod, GfG#2!! (in case you forgot: Moddb.com) It was the mod where you go underground in a weird facility and the whole place flips on its side!
The creators of GfG#2 have formed a new studio!
And we have just announced our new game 'Albino Lullaby'!
Check it out on indie DB or, head on over to our webpage:
We are currently in the middle of a kickstarter, so any support you can give us would be fantastic!
All supporters above the 10$ level will get the demo at the close of funding along with a download code for episode one.
You can see a cool vr video preview here:
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