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It has been a damn busy week behind the scenes at the Mod DB and we have tons of exciting features coming up for you. This roundup will mention a few of these, and more importantly cover some of the key mod-related events which happened outside the Mod DB. Mod DB StuffWe established a partnership with

Posted by INtense! on Oct 31st, 2006

It has been a damn busy week behind the scenes at the Mod DB and we have tons of exciting features coming up for you. This roundup will mention a few of these, and more importantly cover some of the key mod-related events which happened outside the Mod DB.

Mod DB Stuff

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Other Stuff

  • Spectralogue released TextureDesk a free seamless texture utility - which should help you perfect seamless textures.
  • That's all for this week - so make sure you send in news which affects modders!
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TKAzA Staff
TKAzA Oct 31 2006, 10:08am says:

:)

:D:D:D:D:D:D

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Jyffeh
Jyffeh Oct 31 2006, 8:43am says:

:D

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Karuto
Karuto Oct 31 2006, 10:27am says:

Great stuff, INtense. :)

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INtense! Author
INtense! Oct 31 2006, 10:00am says:

We are trying to establish many new and innovative ideas which help out mod teams with promotion (as much as we possibly can anyhow!)

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TheFrog4u
TheFrog4u Oct 31 2006, 9:33am says:

wow, cool!!!

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Sallycin
Sallycin Oct 31 2006, 9:53am says:

:) Awesome

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grabeskuehle
grabeskuehle Oct 31 2006, 4:11pm says:

now that is realy cool ;)
well i read the german GameStar Magazine, but PC Action is also very cool :D

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RatoN
RatoN Oct 31 2006, 12:31pm says:

:: Speechless Glee Here :: :D

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Setis
Setis Oct 31 2006, 1:31pm says:

great work on the partnership with the two german magazines. I'm german myself, and I think it's brilliant that an inter-cultural collaboration like this is possible. How do we get our videos/mods put onto their dvds/talked about in their mags though? Does modDB recommend some to them or how does that work?

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Setis
Setis Oct 31 2006, 1:32pm says:

also (sorry for the double post).. should we send video featurettes of our mods to you directly, or just pop them onto our mod profile? Or both?

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hardycore
hardycore Oct 31 2006, 2:05pm says:

Yeah, great!:D Especially the guys from PC Action have the right sense of humour and are mostly into the modding scene of all german magazines.
Actually you made the right decision to build a partnership with them. I read that mag every month and enjoy it very much ;)

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Karuto
Karuto Oct 31 2006, 3:00pm says:

Send us the video featurettes, Setis, and we'll organize them.

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Wraiyth
Wraiyth Oct 31 2006, 4:22pm says:

Very interesting, we've also just been talking to the editor of PC Games and PC Action regarding publicity for NightFall through the two magazines :)

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Pxl_Buzzard
Pxl_Buzzard Oct 31 2006, 4:32pm says:

Nice job, now get some american stuff in the mix, like gameinformer or nintendo power. :D

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UnknownTarget
UnknownTarget Oct 31 2006, 7:09pm says:

Links are reversed...:)

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PartyBoy
PartyBoy Oct 31 2006, 7:31pm says:

My mod is going to be featured in it.
It is called Over-Run.
They emailed me a few weeks back.

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INtense! Author
INtense! Oct 31 2006, 8:04pm says:

We will recommend mods to them, and they will likewise ask us to assist in getting your work into the magazine.

so rest assured as your mod nears completition you can expect to hear from us!

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Neok
Neok Nov 1 2006, 9:37am says:

Cool, I love the PCGAmes Mag!

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