Cultural Centers

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Cultural Centers

Post by Tggtt » Tue May 09, 2017 1:16 pm

According to the Colony Leader Guidebook (Deadlock 1):
Each race entertains themselves in different ways.

Humans have a fond love for ancient science fiction pictographics.

The ChCh-t hold exciting stingboxing matches.

The Uva Mosk are fans of live theatre, and their most popular entertainment genre is the beloved Screech Opera.

The interiors of Maug Culture Centers are basically high-tech playgrounds with networked electronic games. The most popular Maug game is one where you can shoot at each other in a virtual world filled bizarre weapons one picks up while running around very quickly.

The Tarth turn their Culture Centers into "Big Dare Rooms" where they brag to each other about doing various feats of strength. A popular game is crushing boulders on their heads.

Re'Lu Culture Centers are quiet places where Re'ite and Lu'ite alike can relax in serene telepathic meditation.

The Cyth participate in obscure group activities that are best not discussed.
This is why no one builds cultural centers for cyth.

So in short... most humans will be watching movies and reading comics?

I am totally going to ask TimeDilation to create 3D models so we can have a "Deathmatch Arena-Style FPS Maug Mod" now.
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Re: Cultural Centers

Post by TimeDilation » Sun May 28, 2017 11:51 am

I am totally going to ask TimeDilation to create 3D models so we can have a "Deathmatch Arena-Style FPS Maug Mod" now.
Lol what does it mean?? :P

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Re: Cultural Centers

Post by Tggtt » Thu Jun 01, 2017 5:43 pm

TimeDilation wrote:Lol what does it mean?? :P
It means exactly what I wrote!
If we had 3D Maug models we could play a deathmatch FPS in Maug Cultural Center style.
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Re: Cultural Centers

Post by General9913 » Thu Jun 01, 2017 5:48 pm

Tggtt wrote:
TimeDilation wrote:Lol what does it mean?? :P
It means exactly what I wrote!
If we had 3D Maug models we could play a deathmatch FPS in Maug Cultural Center style.
Now that would be awesome! :geek:

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Re: Cultural Centers

Post by Tggtt » Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:13 pm

I have been thinking:

Perhaps it's not hard to make simply a model for OpenArena (Quake 3 format), right?

Adding more maps and weapons would be an overkill (pun intended).

There are lots of tools around.
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Re: Cultural Centers

Post by Ubergeneral Grunt » Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:39 am

That would be good, but I think if any work is going into 3D it would better be put into a 3D frontend for OpenDeadlock.
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