Kung Fu Evolution is my idea of the ultimate kung fu mod for mp2.
After reading several hours of code from The Real World mp1 mod,
i started implenting a similar system into MP2.
These screenshots are taken in the Zombie Horde mode.
Everyone enjoys killing zombies right? I know i do. Katana's, Kung fu and Zombies.. If that's not a recipe for succes i dont know what is.
Did you get those zombie models from Stalker - SHOC beta content? Loved that game.
The models are perfectly low poly while still looking good.
Makes for good frame rate when 80 are on screen :P
80? Well, not as many as in Dead Rising (that would tear the engine apart), but still enough to pack a punch.
Just a quick question: will there be a similar amount of Smiths in Burly Brawl level (i guess little less, since they are faster, stronger and maybe more detailed)?
You didn't saw what happen when I run Fraps there. XD
Haha noway we'll reach that level XD
No there's not 80 smith's in burly brawl. He masters several martial arts, is fast and strong. I think there's about 20 on screen at max.
Would also tear up your pc if more were added as they are pretty good in details.
I did make a low poly version aswell so when 20 are on the screen. Half of them are low poly. So it runs smooth at all times.
Fore more Smith's there's TRW, right. :)
I never asked him but i dont think he use more than 20 at a time. Mp1 engine really isnt that capable of that many things going on at a time. But im not sure:)
He once said he was going to have 30-40 Smiths on that level (with a lot of low poly models). He still had some problems with smooth framerate at times, but engine seemed able to handle it.
my god i think i love you,cant wait till it's releaste
How can I play as The Hulk? He is in the character select screen.
HULK SMASH! HULK BASH! :V
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