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Draginz Offline
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Mapping in Penumbra

Well, I was wondering if there is a tool/program to map in Penumbra: Black Plague.
04-29-2009 12:13 AM
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RE: Mapping in Penumbra

Then the answer would be: use the mod tools that will make you scream of frustration more than work on the mod. ^^ Ask Windex, he have used it before.

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04-29-2009 06:30 AM
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RE: Mapping in Penumbra

all the info is at the mod.frictionalgames.com site, but read the first page as it says it requires the user to have certain skills to mod the game.
04-29-2009 06:54 AM
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Draginz Offline
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RE: Mapping in Penumbra

(04-29-2009 06:54 AM)jens Wrote:  but read the first page as it says it requires the user to have certain skills to mod the game.

I have a relativly good experience with Maya and 3Ds Max, but I could never really grasp scripting languages (unless it's editing it).
Would I qualify, or would I need some scripting language experience?

Edit: I am not meaning to create levels and such, just a map to play around in. Like, a room with objects in it connecting to another room with more objects in it.
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04-29-2009 07:04 AM
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Thomas Offline
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RE: Mapping in Penumbra

Modelling experience is the important bit as scripting should be very simple. Check the tutorials and it should give a good taste of it all.
04-29-2009 10:05 AM
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