Project: Alpha Three is a mod based on UClassic,which offers a free world,you can go everyhwere.
The player is able to do and move everywhere and he can decide about whatever he wanna do.
It is worth to explore dangerous places to get new items.You get orders by Nalis and Marines and the story goes on.
You are a soldier,whose ship was shot down by the Skaarj and landed on the planet Alpha Three.
However,he's not alone.Many others Marines fighting everyday for their life. The Skaarj warrior wanna get this planet,doesn't matter what it takes.
The amount of bug breaks the game and could quite easily make it unplayable. Spawn errors and the too common load freeze keep this from being a good mod, which is a shame since at its core it is possibly one of the greatest single player mods for Unreal Tournament 2004 or any Unreal I've ever seen. Were the bugs fixed this mod could potentially be better than any single player mod to date.
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