The Titanic Mod brings people at one of the most detailed and accurate free 3D recreations of the Titanic ever made. It puts the player in a whole new storyline for the game Mafia.

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All cabin items done
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plyuto518
plyuto518 Apr 21 2013, 1:54pm says:

Excellent work!

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crowhitewolf
crowhitewolf Apr 21 2013, 2:00pm says:

It looks amazing!

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Biggos
Biggos Apr 21 2013, 2:08pm says:

My interior OCD is kicking it and it would be better if you had the bed closer to the cam facing the opposite way, but that's impossible due to how the model is made :/

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Apr 22 2013, 3:33am replied:

Not sure what you mean exactly.

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dinnerblaster1
dinnerblaster1 Apr 21 2013, 3:07pm says:

Looks amazing just as usual.

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Greek_God14
Greek_God14 Apr 21 2013, 10:18pm says:

Well done!

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Apr 22 2013, 3:34am says:

Thanks a lot guys!

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SPY-maps
SPY-maps Apr 22 2013, 4:12am says:

"...I was struggling with some health issues lately resulted from being overstressed. I have to force myself to take it easier on these projects..."

know exactly what you mean, have the same issue with my mod, it's hard to take rest from such large projects. Before we know it we work on a daily base many hours a day, and that can be sometimes very stressfull because life around it just goes on and also needs our attention.

It's very hard but try to take some rest from your project from time to time, or just works a few hours less each day for a week or so. Just to get in shape again. It really doesn't matter if a mod is released a month later as we planned, even when we, as modders do tell our self that it is not, lol.

Great work as always again MrRobville.
Although it is a bit crowded, how the models stand. Don't know if there static, i suppose they are, what is ok in this case. Don't know if the player really needs to be standing between the models in some cases, if not then the layout is ok.

Keep up the great work, but, take it a bit slower sometimes.
much success,

Leon

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Apr 22 2013, 7:47am replied:

Thanks a lot!
The problem with taking it easier is that you know people want to see something new and the progress is already taking very long.
On the other hand. If I don't hold back, I might be ending up collapsing somewhere on some random moment. Not to mention that awful tinnitus that keeps me awake at night because of this. I hope the people that respect this mod would understand the problem and the measures taken for it since I don't have any choice. Anyone who wants to complain about this is simply not worth listening to.

About the screenshot itself :P
Luckily this is just a simple setup to display all items I have made.
The layout ain't based on any cabin design. The original cabins will be less cluttered ;)
The collision model (for the player to walk on) will be made in such way that the player can fit through every necessary space without getting stuck. Let it be doorways, furniture or just tight corridors.

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nikolas5243
nikolas5243 Apr 22 2013, 4:16pm says:

nice

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taintxs
taintxs Apr 23 2013, 5:14am says:

looking great! keep up the awesome work!

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SPY-maps
SPY-maps Apr 23 2013, 1:36pm says:

aha, ok, now i understand. i thought the models were a static setup model of a cabin setup so to speak. good to hear its not, great collection of models you have made there then!!
and good to hear you make the collision models so that the player can easely walk past things. Cluttered indoors are always nasty, but it is clear that you are fully aware of this and will make things just right.

And just take your time, most people here don't really develop themselves, what is ok. But this brings that they don't understand how much time and effort making mods like this takes. I know so well what you mean with;
"..I might be ending up collapsing somewhere on some random moment."
i had this with a previous mod of mine a few years ago, i worked in the weeks before release around 20 hours a day on the mod!!! simply INSANE!!! and we can't keep up with that, we simply will colaps under all the work and pressure we put on ourselves.
So, just take your time. Mods are great, and people love them. But the modder has to feel fine while he develops it, not die while he making them. Right?!
Right!

much success,
Leon

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Maryjusz
Maryjusz Apr 23 2013, 3:32pm says:

How could one get onto the pullman berth, I can't see any ladder or whatever, and how was a passenger protected on such berth. One could easily fall down. Such berth doesn't have any "side". Normal beds have one.

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All 1st class general cabin objects are done!
My apologies for the late update. I was struggling with some health issues lately resulted from being overstressed. I have to force myself to take it easier on these projects. Which is an neccessary evil.

Expect the next update to be something bigger ;)

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