A Campaign/mod set to give an alternate ending to that of the Titans Campaign, featuring new units and heroes.
What would of happened if Melagius had beaten Kastor early in the war led by Krios? What would of happened if the two had fought together against Krios? And what would of happened if Krios had won the war of the titans? All answers are found here!
I am glad to see I have been noticed despite no news on this whatsoever!
But there are a few things worth Newsing, and my current newsworthy item include:
-Impementation of a 'Trophy System'.
Although impossible to do without editing the engine itself (For a proper implementation anyway) I am implementing a trophy system which shows you an image and a small code (There will be a scenario with loads of goodies for you to see) allowing you to unlock a spoof cinematic or a side game. There will be at least one trophy for each map.
-7 missions at the least developed.
I have been hard at work and have 7 missions developed up my sleeve, these are ready to release when needbe.
Varous users from heavengames have signed up to do voice acting, please email meif you wish to aswell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy the newsie. This is no longer my main project due to its size, but I have 2 more projects on the way taking ahead of this. I will have thoe out soon and will be back to full capacity on this.
Thanks for your viewing support, this has recieved a phenonamol number of viewers despite no newsing. Note that most of my news is likely to be posted on aom.heavengames.com but I will try and keep here updated.
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