The project has gone commercial! - The Ball is an indie singleplay action/puzzle game, running on Unreal Engine 3, for PC. The expected release date is spring 2010. The project started out as a mod and has since gone stand alone. Best Singleplay Mod of 2008 according to ModDB MOTY 2008. Five-time first place winner in the UT3 MakeSomethingUnreal Contest. Used by Epic Games' to promote their UDK release.

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PytoX Feb 15 2009, 10:25am says:

nice stuff! :)

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[Sleepyfox] Feb 15 2009, 2:44pm says:

Looking good!!!!

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RED-FROG Feb 15 2009, 4:26pm says:


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RogerRamjet Feb 15 2009, 6:02pm says:

Yes, a suitable replacement for the stock UT3 weapons previously used... top notch work... needs a nice spec and occlusion map though... I can see a little here and there..

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AlCool Feb 15 2009, 8:51pm says:

Very nice weapon. I expect you will have to change the starting level a bit because that doesn't seem like a standard mining tool load-out to me ;D

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moonfudge Jun 17 2009, 3:53pm says:

Very nice! I want this as an Impact Hammer replacement! It's so cool!

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We finally managed to create a new weapon, which will replace the UT3 impact hammer we were still using. The weapon uses a concept by Pesti, and was modeled and textured by Tores. The wheel on the side will spin around and power the hammer/magnet at the front. The front element can flip around to bring the magnet forward instead of the hammer. The magnet will pull the ball, the hammer will hammer it away.

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