Wednesday mod news that you can sink some teeth in. There is bound to be something you have not see in this post!

Posted by BlueWolf72 on Nov 21st, 2007

Welcome to "mod clicky", a modding news roundup which covers new and old news affecting the game development scene which generally doesn't make the Mod DB homepage for whatever reason.

  • Urban Terror no longer requires you to have Quake3; anyone can download and play it for free. Urban Terror is available for windows, linux and macintosh. The current version of Urban Terror is 4.0. We are currently working on 4.1.

  • Last Man Standing 3.5 Since the release of 3.0 the community kept growing and showed incredible support so the team felt that they wanted to give something extra to show thanks and well here it finally is, Last Man Standing Co-op 3.5! The reason for the 3.5 release is so that we can have a public test for the improvements made for 4.0

  • GamesRadar Reviews UT3 = The verdict? 9/10. Get Modding Men/Hot Chicks!

  • XNA Game Studio 2.0 Beta Released. Microsoft has released the public beta for XNA Game Studio 2.0 which features, among other things, networking and support for non-Express versions of Visual Studio.

Busy day with news why not click and read on each one and get modified with the knowledge!

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stenchy
stenchy Nov 21 2007, 4:16am says:

Are you implying ugly women can't mod?

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Kattevoer
Kattevoer Nov 21 2007, 5:41am says:

prove them wrong stenchy

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leilei
leilei Nov 21 2007, 8:33am says:

the news archive button is down there

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pvt.Johnson
pvt.Johnson Nov 21 2007, 11:52am says:

Urban Terror is gun fun.....
but the engine is really outdated (yes... the standalone version)

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scratch
scratch Nov 21 2007, 12:30pm says:

That hot chicks comment is really stupid.

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BlueWolf72 Author
BlueWolf72 Nov 22 2007, 1:45am says:

ya it was lame... but hey you replied :)

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