The Unreal Tournament SDK is a collection of hardcoded Engine Enhancements for Unreal Tournament that aim to update that wonderful old game so that both gamers and level designers/mod developers may enjoy this fine game just a bit longer. It is completely Open Source, free for noncommercial use. While I know that Unreal Engine 4 is the current state of the art incarnation of the Unreal Engine this project has become a more or less private project just for fun. After a 4 year break (coding nothing since 2014) I'm lookng forward to continue the project and release the next update in 2018. So yes... it's active again, after I had a time of hardship these last years.

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UTSDK December Beta Preview 3 (Color Transition 2)
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Bolognius_Maximus
Bolognius_Maximus

Impressive!

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UT99_Shadow Author
UT99_Shadow

Next release will have a new test map (since I know have a fitting gameinfo and HUD) showing up all that **** to people :D

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Peppigno
Peppigno

Very good, Shadow :).

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MysteriousShadow
MysteriousShadow

Now I can safely say that all Shadows are cool. xD

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~DJ~
~DJ~

IS IT A LIGHTSABER?!

DUN DUN DUNNNNNNNNNNNNNnnnnnnnn

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UT99_Shadow Author
UT99_Shadow

"Here we see a dense gas flame emitter in the UnrealED with a nice slight bloom effect."

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lowenz
lowenz

Hail to the Unreal Engine! :D

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The list-based Color Interpolation finally works and allows to interpolate between 8 different colors based on an array list. Here we see a dense gas flame emitter in the UnrealED with a nice slight bloom effect.

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