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  • Make your own FPS...

    Not sure how this really works or how well... but sharing the info anyway... Personally I'd like another cop game... where you handle different "routine" calls that police might respond too...

    (thx to www.worthplaying.com for the news clip)


    FPS Creator makes it comparatively easy for aspiring games developers to produce action packed First Person Shooters of a complexity and quality never before possible. It's the latest offering from The Game Creators, the UK team of specialist developers whose impressive portfolio already includes other creation tools Dark Basic and The 3D Gamemaker.

    Eliminating the need for 3D modeling knowledge, FPS Creator's intuitive 3D editor enables you to virtually paint your game world onto the screen, using Prefabs or Segments to drag and drop walls, doors and windows that click together with pixel perfect precision to construct 3D buildings of many storeys and levels.

    Adding entities is just as easy with 800 3D game objects to choose from, including 62 different enemies and 18 weapons. Dramatic sound effects and lighting increase the atmosphere and you can also import your own sounds, music, graphics or 3D models. Logical scripting makes it easy to customize every aspect of your game and direct the action across some 50 large scale levels with realistic firepower, explosions and dynamic effects.

    Once the game is finished it can be burnt to CD and given to friends for multi-player death matches across LAN or Internet. Multiplayer maps can be downloaded from the company's website and for the first time with any creation package of this kind, you can sell your creations100 per cent royalty free!

    "This is the first game creator that produces results of such a high standard," said Rick Vanner, Commercial Director of The Game Creators. "With a full physics system, great animation, death matches, excellent graphics styles and a whole lot of other clever features, the creative possibilities are both endless and comparatively easy to achieve, and that's a combination that no other product offers. There are already over 1,000 users of our early adopter version and they're voting it a great hit."

    FPS Creator will be available through retail outlets or from http://www.fpscreator.com. Those who have already bought the early adopter version will be able to upgrade for a nominal charge.
    Magnum |TG-18th|


    We stand between chaos and order, evil and good, despair and hope - we are the Thin Blue Line, and we will never be broken.


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    Re: Make your own FPS...

    Intriguing but I don't see it being noteworthy.

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      Re: Make your own FPS...

      ok... thanks... noted.
      Magnum |TG-18th|


      We stand between chaos and order, evil and good, despair and hope - we are the Thin Blue Line, and we will never be broken.

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        Re: Make your own FPS...

        :icon14: This is a step in the right direction for the creative modders out there.

        The only downside is getting enough people to download the game that you made and then getting a server up and running it.

        However, I'm sure there are a few modding communities who would love to get their names out there by making an FPS that blows away the offerings by the current million dollar enterprises.

        I hope the game engine supports the type of realistic gaming that we all enjoy though. A great concept could be ruined by glitchy graphics ( I see you, you don't see me), objects with differing penetrabilities (Can't shoot through a fabric tent or killing a person behind a brick wall, or bad weapon values (bad accuracy weapons or a limit on how far bullets can fly).

        Anywhoo...

        It's a good start and I hope some major modding community grabs the ball and runs with it.

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