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General Category => Introduce yourself => Topic started by: sgrevan on March 17, 2009, 12:21:17 AM



Title: Hello
Post by: sgrevan on March 17, 2009, 12:21:17 AM
Hi everyone.

My name is (Mad) Max.

I'm working on my own post-apocalyptic project (draft state), which is very similar to parpg. In spite of it is still hidden in shadows on my hard disk drive, I think I may help on some design questions.

Previously, I've worked on a mod for unreal tournament 2004. Albeit the project didn't work as expected, it gave me design, team management and story writing experience.

Good night (or good day).


Title: Re: Hello
Post by: Lamoot on March 17, 2009, 08:49:18 AM
Good morning even :) and Welcome!

Ah I had a similar experience with 2 C&C Generals projects, they didn't work out in the end. Learned lots of new things though ;)


Title: Re: Hello
Post by: NineOfHearts on March 18, 2009, 05:50:18 PM
I used the Unreal engine about two years ago for a level design course. Pretty neat stuff.


Title: Re: Hello
Post by: sgrevan on March 18, 2009, 06:07:52 PM
The mentionned failed project was a FPS/RPG which was supposed to be built with Ogre3D. Then we moved to UT2004 for practical reasons (better toolchain) but the project was still stagnating due to a great lack of organization, motivation, and skills.

I left the team before the end, and I think they're still trying to do it.

Although it was really a great experience :) A "fall to get up again better", I guess...


Title: Re: Hello
Post by: NineOfHearts on March 21, 2009, 09:35:01 PM
The mentionned failed project was a FPS/RPG which was supposed to be built with Ogre3D. Then we moved to UT2004 for practical reasons (better toolchain) but the project was still stagnating due to a great lack of organization, motivation, and skills.

I left the team before the end, and I think they're still trying to do it.

Although it was really a great experience :) A "fall to get up again better", I guess...

Hopefully! Well, it looks like you won't have to leave this project due to the reasons listed above--I feel pretty confident this project is going to work out well.