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Topic: Let players help fixing stuff?  (Read 2946 times)


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Re: Let players help fixing stuff?
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2019, 06:15:24 pm »
I'm going to follow 2238 policy (...) while 2238 was running, no parts of it were shared
As someone who worked on 2238, i can't say that was a good idea.

Well, the man has spoken, move along.
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Re: Let players help fixing stuff?
« Reply #16 on: July 05, 2019, 03:27:09 pm »
I don't see any point in releasing current Reloaded source simply because bad outcome exceeds good outcome (which is next to none).

I'm going to follow 2238 policy as far as source is concerned, so in case that project is closed some day, it will be released for anybody that wants to do something with it, or continue it, or whatever.

I think that atm if someone wants to do anything (map, dialogues, quests, new feature, item, whatever) then he/she has lots of tools to complete it. mojuk even made a version based on FOClassic if someone wants to base a game around it... what else is needed, really? I know that a-bit-outdated-by-now version of Reloaded S3 was leaked but I don't support it and I don't approve it, especially in the form it was posted.

And yeah if 2238 source wasn't released then there would be no Reloaded but please also remember that while 2238 was running, no parts of it were shared that I know of.

Point 1
I don't disagree, until you disappear for months. Your extended lack of presence strongly suggests you're giving up here. If that's not the case, then we need to hear from you sometimes. If it is the case, then please share it before it shuts down, rather than wait until afterwards. That way we can have some transition time to get a new one going while this one is winding down but still active.

Point 2
You're right - we have dev tools available, and can all pitch in some creative time and help enhance the game. Should we though? With devs/mods missing-in-action, we can't tell if it's worth trying. You don't need to be here much, but current lack of presence is casting a rather grim shadow over our future. We can't tell if it's just some bad weather or the end of the world[map].


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Re: Let players help fixing stuff?
« Reply #17 on: September 10, 2019, 01:36:55 am »
two months later: no responce.

I think "bad outcome" is not a thing at this point.
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