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Unreal Safari is a multiplayer mod which is meant to be fun. Controlling animals, you play on colorful african environnements such as savannah, islands, desert or jungle.
It is always hard to abandon a project. I worked on Unreal Safari during months, but I have to regrets to say that is over now.
There is a lot of reason for this decision. The first of it is that I lose a big part of my work. I keep my textures and models, but not the map (the one map !) of Unreal Safari. The second is that Unreal Tournament 3 has no community anymore. There are not many people playing this game. So for my little mod... The last reason is that the UDK release give me the opportunity to develop a real game, not only a little mod. I began a new project, Little God Story, that is more what I like. Singleplayer game and dark ambiance.
The release of the Safari Game Type was important too. This game type was very close of the final version. But all I had still to do (characters, maps, weapons) were not so important.
I want to thank all the people that help me and support me during this adventure. I am sorry if I disappointed you.
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Unreal Safari. We love games like Unreal Tournament 3 that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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