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I have browsed Newdoom every Day in old times. What is happend to it?
There was so MUCH great work on this forum:(
Nah, my Wolfenstein for Doomsday mod collapsed after the team fell out.
I did release a 'Corridor 7: Alien Invasion' mod for Doomsday though:
http://www.doomworld.com/vb/wads-mods/5 ... vasion-tc/
Im part of the team working on this project, though I have not actually contributed much at the moment except help convert the models for use in Doomsday, I can say its coming along very well.
I dont want to say too much as I prefer just sitting in the back and leaving communication to the community for Niuhaka (the project leader) to feedback to.
Just be reassured that the animations are spot on, they will have proper death sequences and special effects etc etc
So in other words...it will be awesome!
I also have a side project im working on at the moment for Doomsday, its very different to this and when I have 'something' to show I will do. See what you guys think.
Anyway, its good to see Doom Ascension getting noticed and people eager to get their hands on it
PS - Its funny, all this hard work, effort and dedication put into 3D models and all you guys are going to do is blow them apart lol
I had no idea this project even existed! What great-looking models.
I find it best not to get excited about mods and fan-created projects; having been disappointed so many times in the past, due to eagerly following a mod's progress.. only to see it die, fall apart or sit forever in a semi-released state. I suspect we've all seen those depressing message boards for 'dead' mods and FCPs, the community largely fallen silent, the last post dating from over a year ago, save for a couple of plainative "is anyone still working on this mod?" posts lurking near the top. VIsiting there is like watching the tumbleweed in a ghost town.
I've therefore learned not to be too hopeful about cool-looking projects, and always assume the worst.. but... wow... it's very tempting to add this one to my watch list.