I was able to finish a new mod for Fallout 4 this weekend. It’s a parody on the Note 7 glitch. It adds explosive Note 7 and S8 phones to Fallout 4. But it wasn’t enough. Don’t ask me why but I had that odd need to make this whole thing kind of lore-friendly. Well, it was a partial success , but I’m happy with the result.
The mod adds an NPC named ‘Noogle Gow’ to the Drumlin Diner. You’ll get why I used that name when you hear him talk: I used a free text-to-speech engine for his voice. For the story part, he’ll claim to be a pre-war Synth built by Noogle, long before The Institute even existed. When asked, he’ll tell the very true story about Synths and how The Institute stole Noogles technology after the war. I also used the chance for a bit of sarcastic self-critizism here I guess.
Continue reading “Caution! Explosives! Note 7 is coming to Fallout 4”
This update for the Life is Feudal: Your Own Livemap comes with a vast amount of small changes and design enhancements along with a sticky bar on top to display the player count, restart timer and functional icons.
In order to prepare for future features I really needed a place to put icons or buttons and display general server status information. The first approach was placing the icons in a sidebar. It looked okay and worked well but it seemed to be impossible to display the server status information in a sidebar properly. So it moved to the top eventually. Continue reading “LiF:YO Livemap 1.1.0 released”
After a few nights of tussle with the affinity system in the Creation Kit, I can proudly present a new update for the Fallout 4 Donald Trump Companion. Here’s a quick recap of all the changes made.
Version 1.2 introduces a basic 5-stage affinity system. I’ve included all the vanilla stages (Hatred, Disdain, Neutral, Admiration and Infatuation). Just like with any other Fallout 4 companion, the affinity level moves up or down with certain events that Donald likes or dislikes. However, the “Infatuation” level is the only one that actually does something as of now. It triggers a new dialogue that will reward you the all-new “Affordable Walls Act” perk.
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As for Fallout 4, I’ve implemented lots of new audio for the Trump Mod in the past couple of days for the upcoming v1.2. At the moment I’m trying to figure out how the affinity system works to make some progress there. If I don’t run into too much trouble it could possibly be released the coming weekend.
I also had a nice idea for a new hilarious mod that I will definitely try to get done. Nothing political this time but it will address a recent, internationally discussed commerical glitch.
TL;DR: If you want to skip all the drama, you can scroll down to the release notes and changelog or go to the download page directly.
It’s been over two months since I originally released a Fallout 4 mod called “Donald Trump Companion & Quest – fully voiced” on Nexusmods. The idea was to create a satirical impression of the current race for president in the US. Unfortunately, the mod was deleted by the staff just a couple of hours after it was posted, insisting copyright infringement.
Let me share with you my opinion about this. I’m not a lawyer, so I might be wrong eventually. But I’ve done some research and these are my conclusions. Continue reading “Back from the dead – with updates”