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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Greek_God14
Greek_God14 Jun 24 2013, 6:34pm says:

Awesome!

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Jun 25 2013, 8:21am replied:

Thanks!

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leon.ladisic
leon.ladisic Jun 25 2013, 6:23am buried:

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Sorry but it looks absolutely terrible. Not to mention it doesn't fit with the whole mafia thing.

How about you just work on the ship?

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Jun 25 2013, 8:13am replied:

How about no?

For a Mafia storyline, what would you expect them to shoot with? folded hands in a shape of a gun? be glad it's accurate to Titanic's era at least.
If you like to take over the weapons modelling, go ahead, please. Somebody needs to do it eventually.
If you can't, then where on earth do you get the balls to put up this attitude?

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WyldStyle
WyldStyle Oct 11 2013, 1:56am replied:

How about you shut up for once in awhile leon.

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SPY-maps
SPY-maps Jun 25 2013, 7:03am says:

although we have the same name Leon, i don't agree with you. I think it looks awesome. Nice weapon, i guess it will blow away loads of maffia figures, can't wait to use it.

And Mrrobville already has been working for many ages on the ship, in fact, i think he probably is done by now with it. Even if not i can imagine that he would like to work on something else. Because making all those ship models, and interior models for so long will start to get dull after so long i assume.

Just keep doing what you are doing my friend, i will keep tracking as i am doing already for so long.

LOVE your work!
Leon

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Mrrobville Author
Mrrobville Jun 25 2013, 8:21am replied:

I appreciate your comment as always!
And you are ideed right. Keeping some variation within the modeling stages maintains a fresh mind. Besides, my search attempt for extra modelers gave no results so I'm on my own with all the modeling.
Yet people with no modeling experience or whatsoever try to lecture me on my way of doing things.
It is not constructive feedback, it's straightforward insulting.

I'm therefore very glad you share your opinion here every now and then. I value it very much thank you!

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A few added scratches to the gun's texture for more realism.

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