View Full Version : Should I convert my mod to Unreal engine?

Chris [PHL Forums]
8th Apr 2000, 04:03 PM
I am currently developing a mod for half-life http://www.cheat-heaven.com/sharp/
and i was thinking possibly of converting it to the unreal engine.
It is going to be single/multiplayer.
Would I convert it to Unreal or UT?
What kind of editing tools do I need?
Oh yeah, I also map.

10th Apr 2000, 12:12 AM
Yes, make it for UT. UT is the best engine and game. To make the mod w/ the unreal engine, you need Unreal or UT, someone who knows Unrealscript, modeling, texturing & mapping with UEd.


14th Apr 2000, 06:32 PM
ya ya

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Chris [PHL Forums]
15th Apr 2000, 12:39 AM
Nah, it's gone. After 2 months, I'm sick of lack of production coming from the other team members. I'm trying to get on teams for Counter-Strike or Trinity Command designing maps. (Half-Life Mods)

28th Apr 2000, 11:23 AM
Use the force, young jedi. Don't blame me for this, I'm under the control of a supernatural force.

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a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair."

Wolf Blackstar
29th Apr 2000, 05:03 AM
Before this becomes another spam thread, I wanna get something serious in here.

I'm sorry about the mod dying off, I would have liked to see more of it.

One aspect I found interesting was that most the weapons that were to be featured in the mod were ballistic - a challenging but fun way to go, as I like using sniper rifles and miniguns in UT.

Good luck with your next project.

-Wolf Blackstar

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