I dig soundtrack music quite alot, it helps me when Im doing mod work or overall just arting ´n farting around. So for all of my soulmates out there who happen to enjoy soundtracks, we released a proper mastered version of Flesh´s main pieces, including cover art for a burned cd or such.
Here´s the much praised (Im not exaggarating, it is) soundtrack , give it a listen.
On other news, work does continue on the updated version. Not much will be new, apart from configurable keys and subtitles for the dialogue, oh and fixing some bugs in a few levels. Visually, Im not really touching anything, its good enough as it is. Besides, I got my hands full with Visage. Expect some cool media there in the future. But yeah, if there´s anything you´d like to see in the updated Flesh, some level bugs you´ve encountered etc, leave a comment, and I´ll see if I have the time to work it out.
So, ´till future updates. Enjoy the soundtrack and once again,
thank you for playing the mod and leaving comments, good or bad!
Older info, but still worth keeping on the front page:
Flesh on other websites:
Not only did we make it to the Top100, there´s also a fair amount of Flesh articles all over the internet, which Im really happy about. Keep em coming, because we love to read these. I´ll add to the front page whenever more comes.
Nightmaremode.net <- A Review, great one
Resolution-magazine.co.uk <- Review of Flesh, I really liked this one
Halflife2.net <- Interview with me at HalfLife2.net
Podcast17.com <- A LONG interview on podcast release, both me and Jesse are there. This honestly was the hardest part about doing Flesh (with my thick accent =D)
Moddb.com <- Rawket´s review of Flesh, thanks!
PS. German audience, do get a copy of the next PCGames-magazine when it comes out.. It might have Flesh in it, I want to know. That´ll be cool.
A Fix for the "black holes" graphics glitch:
The mod remains rather buggy. If Flesh looks weird on your PC, like you have "black holes" and sort of an blurry image on the mod, you´ll just have to force Directx8 on the mod. This happens by adding "-dxlevel81" into the launch options, which you can find here: Steam interface -> MyGames folder -> Right click on Flesh -> Properties -> Set Launch Options
(note: if you use DirectX 8, the graphics wont look like in the screenshots)