Elite Force 2

rpg_moondust

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It's been quite a while since we've had an RPG map for Elite Force 2. However I'm please to say that [i]rpg_moondust[/i], while slightly incomplete, is most definitely a very good addition to the
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collection. Upon opening the map you begin in the shuttle bay, which includes several access points to other areas of the map and a working shuttle. The shuttle itself actually only moves to just outside the shuttle bay door, then turns around and re-enters the shuttle bay, while I found this rather disappointing, it is a nice feature. Upon exiting the shuttle bay and entering the main corridor I was surprised to find a character standing there, at first I thought this had been left on the map by accident, however he eventually moved up the corridor, deactivated a force field and entered the engineering section. Having seen this prompted me to start testing the console in the corridor itself, each activated and deactivated force fields in different sections. Aside from the shuttle and force fields there are a small number of other interactive features and areas to visit, overall a very impressive work in progress. Unfortunately the author wishes to remain anonymous as work on this has been discontinued. See the readme for further information. [i]Note: The hud alteration seen in the screenshot is not included in this file.[/i] ~AdmiralHocking
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rpg_moondust.zip
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2.28 MB
Date Added:
06-14-2007
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