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Ladro last won the day on January 19 2018

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  1. Very good mission! Just finished and I think it's insane that it's your first mission, it's all so good, my congratulation! I cannot wait to see more FMs from you
  2. Just played: congratulation Geep! It's a tiny mission, but very original, I really like when something happens on the game that change direction and objectives (It reminded me a lot Glenam Tower by Sotha, another beautiful mission). , the beginning was really a gem. The rest of the mission, not at the same level, IMHO, but I ejoyed Thanks!
  3. Played just now 2 hours... Simply a piece of art! Not finished yet but this level it's so dense and cool. Thanks a lot!!
  4. Thanks, for your suggestion ? Maybe, I don't use Windows, I don't know. (anyway I changed a little bit the topic) Ok, maybe it's a problem with Linux.
  5. I found that the link with tdm_mirros.txt it's dead.
  6. With the newer (and updated) version of TDM (2.07) the esc key, it's not working anymore. It seems that the key it's not recognized. I already tried on renaming my Darkmod.cfg, but the newer *.cfg created on start has the same problem. The first lines are: unbindall bind "0x00" "_impulse48" bind "ESCAPE" "togglemenu" bind "SPACE" "_moveup" ... Any idea/suggestion/faq to solve this? [I'm with Linux, Kubuntu 18.04, TDM has always worked lovely on Linux for me] [UPDATE] Maybe it's this bug on bugtracker? https://bugs.thedarkmod.com/view.php?id=4963 But I have problems only with the ESCAPE key. Any suggestion will be appreciated ?
  7. Just finished: a splendid mission! I liked a lot how the mission was "linear" and clear. And the beauty of design :-) Thanks another time for your effort :-)
  8. Played just the beginning Only three words: THIS IS ART! Congratulation for another masterpiece, really thank you :-)
  9. Simply beautiful mission! I started now the mission, it's an incredible city, and what a story! Thanks a lot Grayman, you made my day with this! :-D
  10. Sorry, but unfortunately english it's not my mother language, so I cannot express myself as I would like :-( However I can say that in this mission I have appreciated very much: - The Shop: a WONDERFUL thing that finally makes it, in my humble opinion, useful to steal gold around the level. I remember that there was a level made by "sterlino" (a very good and visionary Italian FM designer, I loved all his FMs with a lot of strange innovations) with an FM for T2 (I think it was named "Horn of Canzo", but I don't remember exactly), also a very FM beautiful, where a shop similar (a live ingame-shop like this) had been created. Here in this mission, however, the Shop was made in an even more interesting way, because you have also side quests, to get even more gold and fun with optional missions (this is good to explore better). - The City: I love being able to explore a City/Village, walking even in front of the guards without having to hide me (at least at the beginning of the exploration when you have to understand the main quest :-) ). - The verticality: in this level I found a really mature use of the "verticality" to reach certain parts of the city, in full "Thief" style. - Presentation video: outstanding. The quality in my opinion, we are almost at the level that seems to be made by a gamehouse for a paid game. I have not finished the level yet but I can say that so far it's awesome! Add to this that I'm playing with the game natively compiled to 64bit, with the menus translated into my language (italian), with soft-shadows active (what a beauty!) and with all the incredible improvements of the latest release TDM 2.06. This too, probably, affected my (very very very good!) judgment of this mission :-)
  11. OH MY GOD! This mission it's so complete, polished, and AMAZING! You made my day! Thank you so much for your effort, what you did is really incredible!!!
  12. Right, it's a problem with the installation/update. But to actually run the game, it's ok! (I tested it, and I do not have any 32bit lib for audio and video installed)
  13. I want to say THANK YOU too, this 2.06 release it's really awesome! For a Linux user, it's now easier to install and run TDM: with the 64 bit version there is no need to mess and install all the *:386 libs for audio and video! (like was needed in the past, cfr. I.E. this thread) THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! => I love TDM, I love this incredibile community <=
  14. I want to update this thread with a super good news: with the 2.06 release of TDM, there is no more need to mess with any 386/32bit libs for compatibility/legagy! You simply need to run the 64bit version (*.x64 file extection). THANKS!
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