3 computers later
and with a little delay here is the UKPAK
review! But I'm sure you don't mind the wait. You still here? Go read
has moved his Omibot route making page to the ever-enlarging PlanetQuake.
I've just been
reading about the new mod interface for Half-Life. I could ramble on about
how damn good an idea it is, but I'll save some time and point you to this
Just to continue
rambling on about Half-Life. I've now reinstalled it and thought I'd have
ago at properly playing it in deathmatch. I downloaded a load of maps.
One in particular was Double Cross by one of the guys at Valve. Radium
gave it its highest ever score. I loaded it up and was completely unimpressed.
The architecture inside the buildings is just so bland and boring. Most
of outside sections were cool, but I was just astounded at why this map
got such a high rating. Maybe I'm missing something?
rogue Xori has started
to do indepth reviews on his website. The first is on Junior's
latest map, jrdm2
(376kb), which I mentioned on Thursday. Anyway,
I found the review to be very interesting. Anyone would think he'd done
that type of thing before =P. I look forward to seeing more!
Fat Controller has added a new section to his site. The seal of approval.
Don't quiet understand the relevance of the seal bit, but basically what
it is, is a little history of an authors maps or pak of maps. Worth a look.
Fribbles has begun updating his regularly again, after having a break.
there was a bug somewhere in Q1Edge
(524kb), so its now been fixed and re-released.
Tim Willits updated his .plan
file to describe the changes.
I was also
just taking a look at the new screenies of Team
Fortress Classic. It looks very impressive and I can't wait to get
my hands on it.
Also can you
believe its 10 days until the Quake 3 Arena test is released. I'm getting
excited already. Speaking of demos, the demo for King Pin is going to released
this weekend. I also want to play that, the problem is that its going to
weigh in at about 100mb(!?!) so I don't think I'll be downloading it =).
Internet Explorer 5 yesterday. Not much is changed. The interface in Outlook
Express is a little tidier and the folder filenames now match the name
you give them in the program. Other than that though I'm trying to figure
out what exactly I downloaded in that 18Mb.
Also got a
CD-Writer yesterday. I'm going to put it to good use =).