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arezey

Joined: 16 June 2005
Posts: 1599
13 September 2005 19:10 (UK time)

Is m2 so good?

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Knasp

Joined: 18 June 2004
Posts: 158
13 September 2005 21:14 (UK time)

What do you mean? Please explain.

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James Bunting
Joined: 17 September 2003
Posts: 1302
13 September 2005 21:35 (UK time)

Maybe he is upping his post count?

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13 September 2005 22:13 (UK time)

I may have to agree on that one...
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Assain

Joined: 02 November 2003
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13 September 2005 22:29 (UK time)

I concure ;)

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mike323
Joined: 23 January 2005
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14 September 2005 00:08 (UK time)

Why here isn't anyone? First, your title doesn't make sense, which has no relation to you post text whatsoever, which is "is m2 so good," which makes no sense either. The only thing I deciper is that you want to talk about how M2 is good, which has already been discussed, therefore I request this topic deleted unless alexsanteri wants to remake it into a topic that makes sense.

...oh wow I sound grown up rofl

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40oz
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14 September 2005 02:33 (UK time)

jeez, mike, thats pretty harsh lol.

Being the accepting and understanding person that (I think) I am, I am pretty sure you guys don't realise that you are in the ROD forums. He's pointing out that there are very little threads and posts in here.

To answer your question, Yes.

M2 is definetly all the rage on jbserver.com
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arezey

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14 September 2005 05:36 (UK time)

OK, why here isn't anyone at the rod forums although there is the rod 2 coming on the way?

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mike323
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14 September 2005 06:15 (UK time)

Arg, srry Alexsanteri, didn't realize we were in the rod forums lol...

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d34db34t

Joined: 25 March 2004
Posts: 145
14 September 2005 08:34 (UK time)

meteor 2 is based on rod 2, it uses the rod 2 engine

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14 September 2005 21:36 (UK time)

well, at least the sector engine anyway. I am not fully positive it uses all the scripting like M2 does
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James Bunting
Joined: 17 September 2003
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15 September 2005 01:11 (UK time)

The scripting was added for Meteor 2 but it was planned for Rod 2 as well.

In fact Rod 2 actually became Meteor 2. I decided the brand name (so to speak) and theme were better.

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arezey

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15 September 2005 05:58 (UK time)

So, M2 is R2?

Now I realize why here isn't so many posts/threads...

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James Bunting
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15 September 2005 08:38 (UK time)

This forum covers all Rod games (being Escape 2, Rod and the Rod 2 Test).

There are plans to re-release the classic Rod games (Escape 2 and Rod) at a later date. These won't be anything special but they will run under Windows.

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arezey

Joined: 16 June 2005
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16 September 2005 05:44 (UK time)

:)

You know, I wasn't able to plya ROD!! I downloaded it but I dunno what file to open!

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d34db34t

Joined: 25 March 2004
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24 September 2005 04:16 (UK time)

the collision detection needs a bit of work in rod 2.

will rod 2 have dynamic lighting in future versions?

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