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Blood:Source

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  1. roast

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    Hi all,

    I'm working on a Mod at the moment named Blood:Source.
    It is a total conversion of the Half-Life 2 engine, and a recreation of Monolith Productions' 1998 classic FPS, Blood.
    I will be recreating all the visuals, audio, gameplay and humor into the Source engine, albeit a Hi-Def version.

    I'm currently struggling to take on the whole project on my own, and I do need some talented individuals to help me out. I need people who are good at creating 3D models, creating textures, programming etc. I'll be taking care of Level design, audio and promo.

    Anyone interested?


    Thanks,
    Mick.
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    Ok, that is cool. I didn't really like Blood, but I really hope you get this goin! I can't help out at all, but good luck in finding people! :D
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    just wishing you the best of luck getting it going. i never played Blood, although i got through the second one
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    Hi all,

    Just wanted to bump this thread. Still working on this mod, although progress is pretty slow.

    In the (vain) attempt to get some people on board, heres some teaser shots:
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    If anyone at all wants to contribute (no matter how big or small) then please contact me. I'm not just looking for the usual model designers/texture artists, but I'm looking for every possible asset in game development.

    Cheers,
    Mick.

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