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Mission:SerraAboutThis is a simple, 1-level FPS video game using the Torque 1.5 game engine for Windows. This is to be used for personal enjoyment or as a primer for using the Torque engine.

Most of the textures and models used in this game were taken from free-use or limited-use websites on the internet. Redistributing their work for money would be a big no-no.

New Vs. OldThis game started as a school project for a game design class during my final year. A copy of this version is currently available on the Downloads page. The original team which created this game is as follows:

Dan Hojnacki Dan Korcynski James Sheets (me)

Basically everything is being completely revamped. The hackneyed level design and models have been tossed out, framerate issues have been addressed, new code is being written, new techniques are being employed, etc. All the custom code used in the game was written by me, and all of the assets were implemented by me. A handful of the art/model resources were created or found by the other members of the team; I don't feel like replacing them just to say none of their work remains. I expect to be finished sometime in February.

SCREENSHOTS(These are from the development version, which is currently only available by downloading the source code from the svn)


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Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

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May 9 2015 — May 9 2016


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