THE DARK MOD was once a total conversion of Doom 3, and is now a STANDALONE GAME with the release of TDM 2.0! A dark and moody stealth game, inspired by the Thief series by Looking Glass Studios.
Sir Taffsalot's 2nd mission "Vengeance for a Thief: Part 1" has been released!
Posted by nbohr1more on Sep 7th, 2012
Sir Taffsalot has released a new mission nearly a year after his first release "Let Sleeping Thieves Lie". The mission is a larger, more ambitious offering which clearly shows that Sir Taffsalot has grown as a mission author. Bikerdude also assisted with this mission (as he has done for many mission authors).
Another night, another fat noble stripped of his wealth.
Or so it seemed. It appeared that destiny had other plans. I had stolen
the Angel's Tear as planned. All that was left to do was get out of
Eskil Vadris' Manor, which seemed easy enough.
But before I could make my way out, an alarm went off
and a group of City Watch guards attacked me. I was taken to the local
City Watch complex and after a bit of a beating I was thrown into a
It is very unlikely for a master thief like me to get caught. Impossible, really. It's almost as if I was set up.
Well, I'm not spending another second in this cell. I'm
no common criminal. I'm a master of the shadows and whoever is
responsible for putting me here should start to fear the dark.
Thank you to my beta-testers: Grayman, Bikerdude, Nbohr1more, Ppoe and Xarg
Special thanks to Bikerdude for help with improving performance and
geneal tidying up in the city area. Plus bug fixing during beta-testing.
Thank you to everyone who has helped me in the TDM Editors Guild. A
special mention to Sotha and Grayman for their quick responses and never
Thank you Dark Mod team for all the hard work you have done and continue to do.
Last but not least thank you to everyone who plays TDM FMs and supports The Dark Mod. Without you all this would be for nothing.
The Dark Mod's "Community Beginner Contest" has a winner!
The missions from this contest are so good that the seriously challenge the notion of "beginner". Great job to all the participants!