Unfortunately progress has not been moving ahead as it used to. And quite a number of modders have left the development of Summer 101 leaving me and a couple of very busy modders.
As game designer I have tried coming up with a full story for Summer 101 but unfortunately have not come up with a good one. The only concept left is the good boy and bad boy concept. In the beginning you make the ultimate choice to be a GOOD boy or BAD boy. Then you have to do tasks as a good or bad boy to become the leader of that side. The good boy ending is becoming the school leader, the bad boy ending leads you to becoming the big boss of a teenager biker gang. After that you have endless errands to complete to earn money, weapons etc. You have your own "base" with your own "goons". For example as the biker gang leader you own an abandoned construction site with some thugs to help you out.
I need help and more suggestions if this mod is going to continue development. I do not want my first mod to die and hopefully neither do you.
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