::JUSTINE REQUIRED:: To make a long story short, this custom story is about a man who inherits a mansion from an old relative. This custom story will feature custom sounds and music. More detailed story in the description.
I haven't had much time to work on the custom story now because of christmas and new years eve coming up, but i've done a little work :D
Something i've been working on lately is trying to figure out a way to add the infected monster from Penumbra to this custom story. I have gotten my hands on an infected Penumbra monster which is ready and working perfectly, however, there is one problem i'm trying to solve.
The problem is that i don't really know how to get you gamers who don't have the files to get it working. I tried to just add the files in the custom story folder and let one of my friends test it on his computer, it didn't work. So the only thing i can think of is to let you guys "install" the files on your computers.
"Installing" the files will not be difficult, all you should have to do is to move the infected monster folder to your "enemies" entity folder. In theory, this should work but I don't know if it will. I will try to get one of my friends to test this theory. I really want this to work and I think you guys want to face a "new" monster as well :D
If I get this to work, I will then create a monster test mapp where you can test and see if the monster works for you.
This concludes this dev diary, please let me hear your thoughts on this guys :D
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