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29 years old
September 4, 1987
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Website URL  http://jbladefps.blogspot.co.uk/

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  1. In Topic: AMC TC YouTube videos

    13 April 2017 - 07:06 AM

    Thanks for sharing these, I saw the first one but didn't know he's done a few more :) I'd like to see more videos with commentary to them, I've only seen a big stream by SeriousCacodemon and two videos by these guys, but again they didn't do anymore:
  2. In Topic: Duke Nukem's Bulletstorm Tour

    08 April 2017 - 12:32 AM

    it's sad that I knew exactly who wrote that RPS article just by those little quotes. Walker is a terribly writer and has a massive chip on his shoulder when it comes to Duke.
  3. In Topic: Original Build editor

    07 April 2017 - 05:03 AM

    I just use Dukeres because writing text files to get tiles in games is adding an extra step to a process that's been easy for about 20 years by this point.
  4. In Topic: The 4 Elements

    05 April 2017 - 04:34 AM

    bit late to the party but I just played this now, nice work on your first release! There was a few little niggles (like being able to clip through a lot of the models) but it was a solid map with a nice layout. Definitely hoping you're up for working on more stuff like this :)
  5. In Topic: Those simple questions thread

    04 April 2017 - 12:33 AM

    If the author allows it in the text file, than it's fine - sometimes they don't say anything or they make it ambiguous but basically as long as you're prepared to respect any requests to remove the map (unlikely if the map's like 20 years old or something but still) than you should be okay. Have a folder with the map's original text files in it as well.



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  1. Photo 04 Sep 2015 - 01:02
    Happy Birthday :)
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