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  1. So called "emotional attachments" are a way for the multiplayer bots/characters to relate to each other and take sides with their loved ones and friends in FFA game mode, too, instead of attacking everything in sight like a mindless zombie. The problem is there has been great confusion as to how this all works. Due to a few key custom-made player models having this implemented with an error (and people habitually copying the faulty files), the result has been that many of today's newly released player models have non-working relationships implemented. So let's look into how it works a little bit. Open up your JKB (bot personality) file. In it you'll find a section like the following: EmotionalAttachments { Padme Amidala 3 General Kenobi 3 Yoda 2 Plo Koon 2 } Notice that the bracket header says "EmotionalAttachments", not "EmotionalAttachment"! This single spelling error causes the entire relationships setup to fail, so pay attention to it in your JKB file. Make sure the header is plural. Inside the brackets we have two values, separated by a tab on each line. The first contains the user readable "name" of the character's BOT file (found in the "scripts" folder). This value can contain spaces, and it doesn't need to be wrapped in quotation marks in the JKB file like it is in the BOT file, but it must match what is in the user readable "name" setting of the other character's BOT file for it to work. The second value is a number from 1-3, representing the strength of the character's attachment to the other characters. The higher the stronger the attachment. Obviously 3 stands for loved ones and friends, 2 for acquaintances, and 1 for members of the same faction. You can probably tell by this that the example I've used above is from Anakin's personality file. Due to the default game's limitation, we can only have up to four character emotional attachments, so make them count. The four closest allies to your character should take place here, and to be practical, make sure that player models for those characters actually exist in the modding community. If you got all these details right, and match the bots' personality files, your allied character bots won't attack each other -- unless they hurt each other and interpret that as betrayal from the other character. Set it right and have fun watching your bots relate movie-like in FFA.
  2. 130 downloads

    Author: Steven Brown (Blaster) Date Of Release: August 2004 Description: This is the sequel to my singleplayer map 'The Dark Alliance'. If you have not yet played 'The Dark Alliance' then I suggest you download and play it before you play this one. Also you may want to play 'The Mainframe 2.0' before you play 'The Dark Alliance' to have the ultimate experience. You can get them from the following websites: The Mainframe The Dark Alliance I hope you enjoy the final part of the Dark Alliance Trilogy just as much as I did making it. - Blaster Story: After the events at Narshaddaa the New Republic found that Tavion had somehow been able to clone Darth Vader. The Vader Clones are now being used as frontline troops for the Dark Alliance forces. With the death of their leader Tavion, the Dark Alliance are somehow still able to function and are taking control of countless star systems throughout the galaxy. The Jedis numbers are thin but with the help of Luke Skywalker and Kyle Katarn, the Jedi are still managing to hold their own against the almighty Dark Alliance. The New Republic now fear that the Dark Alliance may close in and try to seize the power from the Valley of the Jedi. This must not be allowed to happen. And so the New Republic have decided that it is time for the Valley to be destroyed. Countless Jedi Knights now keep watch over the demolition operation to hold back any attack that may come from the Dark Alliance. The New Republic have enlisted the help of Mara Jade to also assist with the operation and she is now traveling to the Valley of the Jedi to witness the destruction of the main Valley's fountain of power. FEAR IS THE PATH TO THE DARK SIDE. FEAR LEADS TO ANGER, ANGER LEADS TO HATE, HATE LEADS TO SUFFERING. - JEDI MASTER YODA Additional Credits: I am in no way responsible for the other models and MODS that have been included in this MOD. I only take credit for the maps. All other credit goes to the authors of the other MODS and you can see who is responsible for these in the closing credits at the end of the level. STAFF EDIT: We pulled the credits from the strings file. Credits are below. Vengeance of the Sith - Steven Brown (Blaster) Darth Vader MOD - Michael Frost Stealth Jedi Gear for Kyle - HapSlash Darth Maul Model - Adam "Cheshire" Lee Red Darth Maul Skin - Kurtis "Kman" Smith Reborn Ghost - Seraph Darth Cinerate (Vader Clones) Skin - Magnetixxx Darth Omega-Jedi Legend (Darth Shimzu) - KAZZZ Lord Anakin the Clone War Hero Version 2 (Darth Telroth) - {DX}Dastard Darth Malak Model - ksk h2o Han Solo Player Model - Major Clod Mara Jade Player Model & Saber Hilt - Edward Peretti Ancient Elder (Sith Lords Knight) Reborn Skins - BeakerBongload & Nova Sith Speeder - Monsoontide Quake 3 Jump Pad Model - Evil Lair Quake 3 Judge Model - Ewooz Sith Statue Skin - Zahriel Omega Classic Dark Kyle - JRA Wolf Sith Stormtrooper Skin - Jason (Fooky) Episode II Saber Blades - The RattleSnake Alaris Jedi Academy Hilt Pack - Alaris Clone Jar Map Object - Zymotico Battle-Droid Rifle and DL-44 - Dan Kapphahn Cinematic Saber and Weapons SFX - Patrick Prequel Saber Sound FX (Final) - Aryyn Lord Skulldron Voice (Darth Telroth's Voice) - John Tinning "Hud is really there" HUD/MOD - McCleod Vengeance of the Sith Menus - Zanatio Installation Information & Playing Notes: Make sure you have the latest patch for the game! Using Winzip or WinRAR, unzip the 'Vots' folder and the 'Vots.bat' file into the JK3/GameData folder. Then simply double click the 'Vots.bat' icon to play. Once installed I recommend seeing how the game will be easier using either the staff or dual lightsabers that it may be best playing the game on 'Jedi' difficulty with the single saber and play the game on 'Jedi Knight' difficulty while using the saber staff or dual sabers. When selecting the single saber style please note that the style you decide to choose will be the only fighting style you will use throughout the whole level! <<<!!!MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENABLED SUBTITLES IN THE GAME OPTIONS MENU, AS THEY ARE NEEDED FOR THE CUTSCENE DIALOGUE!!!>>> Construction Information: Known Bugs: If there are any slowdowns try turning off 'dynamic glow' in the 'video options' menu. You may want to skip certain cutscenes by pressing the use button. However the screen may appear to freeze but will have the words 'skipping cinematic' at the top. It hasn't froze, this is normal. You should just be patient and allow the cutscene to skip, which will happen after a few seconds. When part 4 is loading you may or may not have some problems. The briefing screen may freeze or you may get a 'CL_GetServerCommand:a reliable command was cycled out' error that will prevent you from going onto part 4. If this happens then you can try one of four things. Bring down the console with the combination of the 'left shift' and ` keys and then type in "map part_4" without the quotes and then press enter. If this doesn't work then try again but as it is trying to load, hit the 'escape' key to return back to the main menu and then try the above console command from the main menu. Quit the game and then reload the level. Restart the computer Reinstall the game and/or the MOD. Testing System Specifications: This MOD was tested on the following PC specifications: AMD Athlon XP 2400 Processor 1GB DDR RAM ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Graphics Card Windows XP Home Edition License Agreement: * I admit that * (as required by the LEC License Agreement about Addon Levels) 1. My Level works only with the retail version of the Software, and does not work with any demo or OEM versions of the Software. 2. My Level does not modify any COM, EXE, DLL or other executable files. 3. My Level does not contain any illegal, scandalous, illicit, defamatory, libelous, or objectionable material (as may be determined by LEC in its sole discretion), or any material that infringes any trademarks, copyrights, protected works, publicity, proprietary, or other rights of any third party or of LEC. 4. My Level does not include any LEC sound effects or music files or portions thereof. 5. My Level identifies in every description file, on- line description, read-me, and in comments in the New Level code: (a) the name, address, and e-mail address of the level's creators, and (b) the following disclaimer: "THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY." 6. My Level may not be sold, bartered, or distributed with any other product for which any charge is made (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line), but rather must be distributed free of charge. 7. By distributing or permitting the distribution of any New Levels, all creators or owners of any trademark, copyright, or other right, title or interest therein grant to LEC an irrevocable, perpetual, royalty-free, sub- licensable right to distribute the New Level by any means (whether now known or hereafter invented), and to create and distribute by any means (whether now known or here- after invented) derivative works thereof, and to charge for the distribution of such New Level or such derivative work, with no obligation to account to any creators or owners of the New Level in any manner. ============================================================================================ Copyright / Permissions ============================================================================================ Authors MAY use this level as a base to build additional levels (just mention the author). THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. You MAY distribute this level, provided you include this file, with no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file intact, with NO charge (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line).
  3. 107 downloads

    Author: Steven Brown (Blaster) Date Of Release: November 2002 Description: This is the sequel to my singleplayer map 'The Mainframe 2.0'. If you have not yet played 'The Mainframe 2.0' then I suggest you download and play it before you play this one. You can get it from the following websites: The Mainframe The Dark Alliance II: Vengeance of the Sith I hope you enjoy this map just as much as I did making it.... no really I did! - Blaster Story: A year has passed since the encounter with Darth Vader at the mainframe complex on Kejim. It has remained a mystery to how Darth Vader was somehow brought back to life and the Republic have found no leads to the location of Tavion. UNTIL NOW! A smuggler known as Marlow Baruk, brother of Reelo Baruk, has been receiving large quantities of Imperial equipment. Republic spies have found that Tavion, along with her new forces, have been negotiating with the smuggler in a quiet part of Narshaddaa. It is believed that she is giving Imperial equipment to Marlow in order for her to create a secret base underneath Marlow's own hideout and are allying their forces together in an attempt to start a war against the New Republic. If this kind of act is to occur then who knows what will happen. An offensive has not been easy and all attempts to inspect Marlow's hideout are at a loss. He refuses to co-operate. The Republic has no choice but to send in someone to investigate. Kyle is now a Jedi mercenary agent working for the New Republic and they have called for his skills in dealing with these matters and besides Kyle has some unfinished business with Tavion. The mission is not going to be easy. First Kyle must inspect Marlow's hideout and see if he can find Marlow himself and interrogate him. Then if possible he must apprehend Tavion inside her secret base and send a signal to blue squad, so they can take control of the base and investigate what Tavion has been up to. Marlow's hideout will be well guarded and the entrance will surely be hidden. Additional Credits: I am in no way responsible for the other models and MODS that have been included in this MOD. All credit goes to the authors and you can see who is responsible for these in the closing credits at the very end of the level. STAFF EDIT: Here are the credits: Black Jedi Reborn Skin - DarkMavis Jedi Knight Reborn Skin - Crapse Anakin's Saber Hilt - Ryan "Alaris" Hutchings Episode II Saber Blades - The RattleSnake Stealth Jedi Gear for Kyle - HapSlash Darth Maul Model - Adam "Cheshire" Lee Red Darth Maul Skin - Kurtis "Kman" Smith Yoda Model - Team Yoda Dark Yoda Skin - Mars Marshall Cinematic Saber and Weapons SFX - Patrick Darth Cinerate Skin - Magnetixxx ================ Installation Information: Simply create your own folder in the jedioutcast/gamedata directory and call it 'The Dark Alliance'. Then load up the game and enter the 'Setup' menu and select 'MODS'. Click on 'The Dark Alliance' and then click on load. All you need to do now is start a new game and then select your difficulty. Make sure you have the latest patch for the game or it will not show up in the MODS menu! Construction Information: Known Bugs: In part 2 you may get stuck in the red force fields. Use crouch to get unstuck. Secret Areas: There are secrets in the levels so see if you can find them all. There are 2 in part 1, 3 in part 3 and 1 in part 4. License Agreement * I admit that * (as required by the LEC License Agreement about Addon Levels) 1. My Level works only with the retail version of the Software, and does not work with any demo or OEM versions of the Software. 2. My Level does not modify any COM, EXE, DLL or other executable files. 3. My Level does not contain any illegal, scandalous, illicit, defamatory, libelous, or objectionable material (as may be determined by LEC in its sole discretion), or any material that infringes any trademarks, copyrights, protected works, publicity, proprietary, or other rights of any third party or of LEC. 4. My Level does not include any LEC sound effects or music files or portions thereof. 5. My Level identifies in every description file, on- line description, read-me, and in comments in the New Level code: (a) the name, address, and e-mail address of the level's creators, and (b) the following disclaimer: "THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY." 6. My Level may not be sold, bartered, or distributed with any other product for which any charge is made (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line), but rather must be distributed free of charge. 7. By distributing or permitting the distribution of any New Levels, all creators or owners of any trademark, copyright, or other right, title or interest therein grant to LEC an irrevocable, perpetual, royalty-free, sub- licensable right to distribute the New Level by any means (whether now known or hereafter invented), and to create and distribute by any means (whether now known or here- after invented) derivative works thereof, and to charge for the distribution of such New Level or such derivative work, with no obligation to account to any creators or owners of the New Level in any manner. ============================================================================================ Copyright / Permissions ============================================================================================ Authors MAY use this level as a base to build additional levels (just mention the author). THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. You MAY distribute this level, provided you include this file, with no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file intact, with NO charge (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line).
  4. Version 2.0

    105 downloads

    Author: Steven Brown (Blaster) Date Of Release: July 2002 Description: This is the first in a trilogy of mods. The sequels are: The Dark Alliance The Dark Alliance II: Vengeance of the Sith This is the second version of my single player level 'The Mainframe'. Most players found Vader to be too tough in the original version and found it could have been bigger. Well now IT IS! There are now two maps, one called part 1 and the other called part 2. Part 2 will be familiar to all those who have played the original. I don't want to spoil any surprises, so what are you waiting for go play! Story: Kyle and Luke have found that Tavion has somehow resurrected Darth Vader. Luke decides to go to Kejim alone and defeat his father once again. At the meantime Kyle must try and find out where Tavion is hiding. However Kyle senses a disturbance in the force and feels that Luke is in trouble. Kyle decides to go to Kejim and help out Luke. Kyle arrives at the Imperial outpost on Kejim. Luke's ship is there but he is nowhere in sight. However Kyle can sense were he went and follows his trail. Just as he is about to enter the base a Reborn and two stormtroopers come through a door followed by a familiar droid sound approaching from behind. This is it there is no turning back. Can you defeat Darth Vader? or will you fail and allow Vader to bring about the rebirth of the empire. DO OR DO NOT, THERE IS NO TRY. - Jedi Master Yoda Mission Objectives: Kill Darth Vader Engage all Remnant troops in the area Find Luke Escape with Luke alive Additional Credits: All the people at jediknightii.net, Michael Frost who created the Darth Vader MOD and Crapse who created the Jedi Knight Reborn skin. Joe Dyer for the 'Bridge' prefab and Yves Allaire for the 'Bridge' prefab textures. Gidion The Dead for the 'Imperial Screen and Computer' prefab and the 'Hangar' prefabs. Expositus for the 'Imperial Eagle' prefab. All prefabs credited can be found at www.jedioutcastmaps.com. Installation Information: Simply put the Mainframe 2.0.pk3 file in your jedioutcast/gamedata/Mainframe 2.0 directory, load up the game goto the 'Setup' menu and click on 'Mods' then click on Mainframe 2.0 and then click 'Load Mod'. Then bring down the console and type in "map part_1" (without the quotes). If at any time you just wish to play part 2 type in the console "map part_2" (without the quotes). Using the 'Mods' menu will allow you to put in the Reborn Advanced and Vader. If you don't know how to bring down the console goto the Jedi Outcast main menu and press the ` key and the left shift key together. If you wish to quit the credits at the end either press your use button to speed them up or bring down the console and type "quit" (without the quotes). Construction Information: Vis Time: About 45 Minutes for both maps Build Time: About 50 hours Known Bugs: While fighting the Advanced Reborn you may hear Kyle say the line "Strange he looked like a Jedi and fought like a Jedi etc." This is supposed to happen only when you have defeated him but for some reason he just says it sometimes. At one point he even said it four times! It seems to happen not that often though. Another bug which has happened only twice is some kind of sound problem. What happens is the game will stop and return to the main menu with a 'sound input out of range' type of error. I don't know what this is but it happened twice when I was destroying the probe droids with a saber throw. It happens very rarely though and if it happens with you then just restart the level and play again. Hopefully the problem won't happen again on your second go. Author Notes: My apologies to all the people who were annoyed with the fact that Vader took about 600 hits to kill him in version 1.0. Now Vader's hit points are 4000 and Luke's are 2500. Vader is still tough but should take less time to kill. Vader and Luke only spawn when you are going up the elevator. This should fix the Luke dying straight away bug. ============================================================================================ License Agreement ============================================================================================ * I admit that * (as required by the LEC License Agreement about Addon Levels) 1. My Level works only with the retail version of the Software, and does not work with any demo or OEM versions of the Software. 2. My Level does not modify any COM, EXE, DLL or other executable files. 3. My Level does not contain any illegal, scandalous, illicit, defamatory, libelous, or objectionable material (as may be determined by LEC in its sole discretion), or any material that infringes any trademarks, copyrights, protected works, publicity, proprietary, or other rights of any third party or of LEC. 4. My Level does not include any LEC sound effects or music files or portions thereof. 5. My Level identifies in every description file, on- line description, read-me, and in comments in the New Level code: (a) the name, address, and e-mail address of the level's creators, and (b) the following disclaimer: "THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY." 6. My Level may not be sold, bartered, or distributed with any other product for which any charge is made (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line), but rather must be distributed free of charge. 7. By distributing or permitting the distribution of any New Levels, all creators or owners of any trademark, copyright, or other right, title or interest therein grant to LEC an irrevocable, perpetual, royalty-free, sub- licensable right to distribute the New Level by any means (whether now known or hereafter invented), and to create and distribute by any means (whether now known or here- after invented) derivative works thereof, and to charge for the distribution of such New Level or such derivative work, with no obligation to account to any creators or owners of the New Level in any manner. ============================================================================================ Copyright / Permissions ============================================================================================ Authors MAY use this level as a base to build additional levels (just mention the author). THIS LEVEL IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (C) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. You MAY distribute this level, provided you include this file, with no modifications. You may distribute this file in any electronic format (BBS, Diskette, CD, etc) as long as you include this file intact, with NO charge (other than incidental charges for time spent on-line).
  5. 1,347 downloads

    Author: Edward Peretti Original download This is a re-vamp of the legendary Mara Jade character from the "Mysteries of the Sith" addon pack for Jedi Knight. This is for Jedi Outcast. Includes NPC support and Bot support. This was a lost JK2 file, but has been re-packed for JKHub. NPC names: npc spawn jedimara (saber-wielding) npc spawn rebelmara (blaster wielding)
  6. JKHub

    JK2MV

    105 downloads

    JK2MV (Multi Version) is a modification for Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. It supports all three game versions and comes with various features and optimizations. Main Features: Supports 1.02, 1.03 & 1.04 in a single executable Supports most mods made for JK2 (maps, skins, (code)mods etc.) Fast ingame HTTP-Downloads with a dialogue asking you for permission before downloading files to your computer Multiplatform: Windows, Linux, MacOSX Multiarchitecture: 32 and 64 bit support on all platforms Fixes for major bugs found in basejk and many mods Dynamic glow: Better looking lightsabers with the dynamic glow feature from JKA EAX/OpenAL sound fixed Support for modern screen resolutions Fixes for all known security bugs Minimizer: Press the Windows key in fullscreen mode to minimize. Press Alt+Enter to quickly switch fullscreen mode Improved gamma correction High resolution fonts AVI demo recording MVAPI allowing mods to implement features impossible with original JK2 engine Tons of other fixes and improvements in the engine, see the changelog for detailed information Opensource (GPLv2) JK2MV.org
  7. JKHub

    EternalJK

    165 downloads

    EternalJK is a fork of OpenJK that focuses on jaPRO integration and Client Engine modifications. A simple guide to installing on Windows can be found here. If you have any suggestions or would like to submit a bug report, please post them in issues. License OpenJK is licensed under GPLv2 as free software. You are free to use, modify and redistribute OpenJK following the terms in LICENSE.txt. For players Installing and running EternalJK: Download the latest release. Extract the file into the Jedi Academy GameData folder. For Steam users, this will be in <Steam Folder>/steamapps/common/Jedi Academy/GameData/. Run eternaljk.x86.exe (Rename to jamp.exe for better steam support) For Developers Contributing to EternalJK Fork the EternalJK project on GitHub Create a new branch on your fork and make your changes Send a pull request to upstream (eternaljk/master) Maintainers eternal Contributors bucky loda
  8. JKHub

    OpenJK

    172 downloads

    NOTE: This page links to an external source that was approved by our staff. OpenJK is an effort by the JACoders group to maintain and improve the game engines on which the Jedi Academy (JA) and Jedi Outcast (JO) games run on, while maintaining full backwards compatibility with the existing games. This project does not attempt to rebalance or otherwise modify core gameplay. Our aims are to: Improve the stability of the engine by fixing bugs and improving performance. Provide a clean base from which new JO and JA code modifications can be made. Make available this engine to more operating systems. To date, we have ports on Linux and macOS. Currently, the most stable portion of this project is the Jedi Academy multiplayer code, with the single player code in a reasonable state. Rough support for Jedi Outcast single player is also available, however this should be considered heavily work in progress. This is not currently actively worked on or tested. OpenJK does not have Jedi Outcast multiplayer support. Please use discretion when making issue requests on GitHub. The JKHub sub-forum is a better place for support queries, discussions, and feature requests. License OpenJK is licensed under GPLv2 as free software. You are free to use, modify and redistribute OpenJK following the terms in LICENSE.txt. For players To install OpenJK, you will first need Jedi Academy installed. If you don't already own the game you can buy it from online stores such as Steam, Amazon or GOG. Installing and running OpenJK: Download the latest build for your operating system. Extract the contents of the file into the Jedi Academy GameData/ folder. For Steam users, this will be in <Steam Folder>/steamapps/common/Jedi Academy/GameData. Run openjk.x86.exe (Windows), openjk.i386 (Linux 32-bit), openjk.x86_64 (Linux 64-bit) or the OpenJKapp bundle (macOS), depending on your operating system. The Windows download looks like this: Linux Instructions If you do not have a windows partition and need to download the game base. Download and Install SteamCMD SteamCMD . Set the download path using steamCMD, force_install_dir . Using SteamCMD Set the platform to windows to download any windows game on steam. @sSteamCmdForcePlatformType "windows" Using SteamCMD download the game, app_update 6020. Download the latest build for your operating system. (might need to scroll down quite far) Extract the contents of the file into the Jedi Academy GameData/ folder. For Steam users, this will be in <Steam Folder>/steamapps/common/Jedi Academy/GameData. The Linux download looks like this: macOS Instructions If you have the Mac App Store Version of Jedi Academy, follow these steps to get OpenJK runnning under macOS: Install Homebrew if you don't have it. Open the Terminal app, and enter the command brew install sdl2. Extract the contents of the OpenJK DMG (Download the latest build - might have to scroll down far) into the game directory /Applications/Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy.app/Contents/ Run OpenJK.app or OpenJK SP.app Savegames, Config Files and Log Files are stored in /Users/<USER>/Library/Application Support/OpenJK/ Follow this tutorial if you're still having issues. The Mac download looks like this: For Developers Building OpenJK Compilation guide Debugging guide Contributing to OpenJK Fork the project on GitHub Create a new branch and make your changes Send a pull request to upstream (JACoders/OpenJK) Using OpenJK as a base for a new mod Fork the project on GitHub Change the GAMEVERSION define in codemp/game/g_local.h from "OpenJK" to your project name If you make a nice change, please consider back-porting to upstream via pull request as described above. This is so everyone benefits without having to reinvent the wheel for every project. Maintainers (in alphabetical order) Ensiform Razish Xycaleth Significant contributors (in alphabetical order) eezstreet exidl ImperatorPrime mrwonko redsaurus Scooper Sil smcv
  9. 200 downloads

    A repack of all the sourcefiles and official modtools for jka, including the most recent patches and fixes to make them work on recent OSs and drivers. Did I miss any of the official source files? E-Mail me and I'll make sure to add them. Credits: Raven Software - For providing the original soruce file and tool packages used to compile this version Xycaleth - fixes to Modview and the MacOS Version of Modview Archangel35757 - fixes to carcass, md3view DT85 - helped in gathering the various releases by Raven Software for the Package
  10. 355 downloads

    Submitted by: By The Kid!? Original Creator: OGOO7J1 (formerly known as Pitchest Heart) FM3Av4 is finally released! Changelog: *NEW SCREENS, MENUS AND VIDEO - Music can be accessed on any map using the in game "MUSIC" menu located in the options bar. - You can access a selection of various crosshairs in the main menu after choosing a saber in profile or in the "AIMING" menu while in a game. - While in a game you can access the "VIEWS" menu to adjust various aspects of the camera's position in relation to your character. - A seperate config for each class can be created and saved from the "CONFIGS" menu. - Some extra features can be bound to keys via the "XBINDS" menu including a 4th person view, zoom in and out, a demo recorder and hotkeys for inventory items. - New title menu video. *NEW HUDS - Each faction has a specific HUD symbol. * MODELS - Each model icon has been given a mark in its lower left-hand side to denote that particular model's size. The sizes range from tiny to extra large (T,S,M,L,XL). The sizes have also been divided up in such a way as to help balance certain classes. - All models have had their standard annoying jumping grunt sounds removed leaving only the sound of the feet tapping the ground as they jump. *SHAPESHIFTERS - Ancient Ones and Dark Ssges have been given the ability to shape shift having access to all models in the game (except Droideka). *IMPROVED WEAPONS AND MELEE - Blue saber style: This style now has manual blocking on diagnol_back attacks as well as side to side auto-combos and an improved forward attack. - Green saber style: This style has been altered so it no longer dominates the others. While powerful, it has far less range. - Orange saber style: Side to side attacks slowed for balance - White saber style: Standing kata replaced in favor of one that leaves the user less vulnerable as well as fixing an animation bug seen in all versions of FM3. - Vong: Super high parry removed to better match the updated saber forms. Crouching kata replaced with the "Death Pounce". - Tusken: New crouching kata. - Noghri: New standing kata which fixes an animation glitch. - Cursed weapons and alternate multibladed weapons available for saber users. - Royal Guards only have blue with glitched styles removed. - Vong staff: Damage, parry, knockback, and hitbox values have been increased and range decreased to appear more realistic to the actual appearance of the weapon. The can do a standing and crouching katas as well as walk along walls. Vong are the only class to be given mega strength able to kill almost any targets in 1 hit as well as knocking targets back an incredible distance. - Tusken and Noghri weapons: Damage, parry and hitbox values have been increased as well as added standing and crouching katas. - Fletchett has better looking explosions. - Rockets have been better smoke trails. - DEMPs primary fire is better looking. - Thermal dets emit a cool looking shockwave after they explode. *IMPROVED BOTS - There are a huge variety of bots that randomize when the maps switch using the server file. They are quite a challenge even to experienced players. *IMPROVED DROIDEKA - Heallth increased to survive 1 saber throw. Shields set only to 100 because of thier hard coded , fast auto-regen. Enjoy! -The Kid!? and OGOO7J1
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