Maps???

21st January, 2009

Where have you guys gone?

I can’t review maps unless they’re submitted.  This site will die without maps to review and I have been given the OK to be hosted by Beyond Unreal.

I’ve got involved with Unreal evolution.  This project is trying to achieve something similar to Unreal Source.  We are re-doing Unreal in UT3 clothes.  It’s started but can always do with some help. Your first port of call if you’re interested is this thread.

All welcome.

🙂

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Unreal in UT3 Clothes

9th January, 2009

This could become a reality.  Think of it as Unreal Source, only better.  If you’re interested in helping with this then please head on over to this thread posted at the Beyond Unreal forums.  All skill sets required level designers, coders, texture artists, modellers, musicians etc.  Even if you have no skills, ideas are always welcome as is feedback.

Quite a few people are already coming up with ideas on this.  It’s a big project but it will be worth it to see Unreal in UT3’s excellent engine.


More Screens

7th September, 2008

(originally posted at my old blog)

First off I’d like to thank all those who have visited and posted comments here and at the Beyond Unreal forums. It really makes it feel worthwhile when I check the stats for this blog.
Thanks. 😀

There is an ambitious project posted at those forums. The idea is to re-do almost every part of UT3. Sir_Brizz started this thread airing the idea. If you want to help get this idea off the ground then why not visit and see if you can help. It’s all good news for the UT community. Lets beat Epic at their own game (pun not intended). It’s nice to see the majority of the UT community trying to pull together.

Speaking of Net based projects, I’m also involved in one of a musical variety. You may have heard of Discogs.com. In March this year Discogs version 4 was rolled out much to the anger of a lot of the long time moderators, submitters and users. Discogs used to be heavily moderated for accuracy. V4 allowed anyone to submit or change anything and it would show immediately in the database. A lot of people’s hard work started to unravel before their eyes. Some people have been working on that database for years.

We broke away and formed DiscographyDB or DdB for short. The aim is to have an accurate database of as many audio releases as possible. If you can help coding, ideas or anything please go to DdB. It’s just a forum at the moment but this is a great chance to get in to a project from the start and make a bit of history.

Two new screens for you tonight. The lighting is more functional than final. Also there’s no post processing in place yet. That’s why it looks a little plain.

Thanks for visiting. 😀