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Work in Progress / Zombie apocalypse beta

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One Shot Sammy
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Posted: 27th Oct 2011 01:23
Hi

This is a Beta to my upcoming game called Zombie apocalypse. The story in the final game is that a team of US Navy Seals are investigating an Iran Nuclear testing site and you have to put a stop to it. When they arrive they find out that they are experimenting on their own people as well as war prisoners and having horrifying results.

For the final game I will be adding: more levels to the beginning and end of the game, Terrorist zombies, US Prisoner zombies, lighting and improved textures on the walls( the bate has the textures on the lowest setting) . The only thing I’m not sure how to do is make Terrorist zombies, I am going to have to make them and import them, and because this is my first FPSC Game so I’m not sure how to do that.

Please comment and let me know what you think, all tips and advice will be of great help.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1FODCCJP

Thanks,

One Shot Sammy
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Posted: 27th Oct 2011 04:28
Quote: "this is my first FPSC Game"

and, that's why it should be in the FPSC WIPs where you'll find it better received.

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Posted: 30th Oct 2011 01:48
@Virtual Nomad-

Agreed. This sounds almost like a parody of a first person shooter. I'm not going to comment on your storyline, but just the fact that you both used a Megaupload link instead of a better alternative and openly admitted to using low resolution textures instantly sends my mind to the land of 14-year-olds trying to find their "big break" amongst a community of apathetic basement coders.
baxslash
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Posted: 31st Oct 2011 17:43
Sammy, it seems you might get kinder and more useful comments where Virtual Nomad has pointed you.

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