In search for missing fan-games and mods

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Re: In search for missing fan-games and mods

Post by ChargingMoose » Thu Sep 05, 2019 21:31

Thanks to Grandy02 for taking the effort to track me down and for helping me to retrieve those old files! It's fun to see that this community is still going. I couldn't believe that anyone would remember me making those levels from 17-18 years ago, and I think it's awesome that Nisaba included that first level in her compilation.

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Re: In search for missing fan-games and mods

Post by Nisaba » Thu Sep 05, 2019 21:36

Again, this is pure awesomeness!!!

I can just repeat what I've already said: holy mackerel! your investigative journalism is really outstanding. splendid work!

This is truly some outstanding news. I'm super curious how these unrevealed level designs from back in the day gonna feel today. can't wait to test them. boy, I'm enthusiastic! I don't know what to say. just have a very big smile on my lips and be super excited about all this. this is really fantastic news...
damn I'm hyped!

again, thanks a thousand for your effort

and as you all know, I was always looking lost stuff. I collected all those left overs, unused or abandoned things the community kept somewhere secret deep down under the hood of our collective unconscious. I took and ripped everything I could find for my modding projects. Same with this gold mine, be sure about that. There surely will be a Foray in the Forest towards one ore two of CharingMooses level designs... we'll see :]

so of course greetings to ChargingMoose. you are a living legend!
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Re: In search for missing fan-games and mods

Post by Grandy02 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 15:07

Thanks for the nice comments. :) Normally I would have little hope for something that lacks a working download URL, was posted 17 years ago and never mirrored by anyone. Fortunately, ChargingMoose chose a webhosting service in 2001 that still hasn't vanished, unlike many other ones. I was also motivated by the fact that it's an outstanding release. But I wouldn't have known about those levels in the first place if I hadn't saved a bunch of old threads from when they were still accessible (it was before my time, I joined in late 2004).

Nice to see you here, ChargingMoose. I've played your "new" levels, you did a great job. :)

By the way, a week ago I added the thread "Found some of my old notes..." You can see that CM really put a lot of effort into the creation of the first level.
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