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Good Old Days 
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Post Good Old Days
Hmmm.... I'm getting too old. :lol:
I almost forgot about this. :roll:


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Well..... I used to be thin. :mrgreen:
Fri Feb 07, 2020 7:01 pm
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Post Re: Good Old Days
Sorry I don't remember that clan/server - I probably should?

I remember: Police Academy, Target Dummies, Best of Z West, FSK, BD (Balls Deep), Pizza Militia, 1up, etc...

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Sat Feb 08, 2020 2:04 am
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Post Re: Good Old Days
Christopher wrote:
Sorry I don't remember that clan/server - I probably should?


Not necessarily.
We bounced back and forth between CTF and TDM.
Some of the maps were mine, available on the website.
We had a lot of fun competing. :clap:

It was a long time ago
on a server far, far away. :lol:

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Sat Feb 08, 2020 12:48 pm
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Post Re: Good Old Days
Cool another "reminiscing about Beta 4.1" discussion.

Good ol' days were about 10 years prior, noobs. Your generation ruined UrT.

Discuss.


Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:21 am
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chinkl1fe wrote:
Cool another "reminiscing about Beta 4.1" discussion.

Good ol' days were about 10 years prior, noobs. Your generation ruined UrT.

Discuss.


I think you're speaking of yourself. 10 years is nothing in Urban Terror. :P
Yes, of course it's an old pic from our now defunct website... Duh. :roll:
And it's closer to 20 years old, :roll:

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Well..... I used to be thin. :mrgreen:


Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:17 pm
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ThinMan wrote:
And it's closer to 20 years old, :roll:

Sure enough!


Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:42 pm
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Post Re: Good Old Days
bas i havent seen you in awhile


Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:46 pm
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Post Re: Good Old Days
Roadkill was in Crypt 54 wasn't he?

That's the "old days"... the days of Crypt 54, Head Shots Only, Abjects and House Valhalla.

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Post Re: Good Old Days
"Urban Terror started out in 1998 as a planned map pack for Quake III Arena, in which real world environments would be featured. It expanded from this idea to a full total conversion featuring realistic weapons and gameplay similar to Action Quake 2.[2] Development group Silicon Ice Development was formed in spring 2000 and was made of several international developers, many whom were familiar with modifying Quake III Engine games; hence progress was made quickly.[citation needed] When its first version, beta 1.0, was released at QuakeCon 2000, Urban Terror was the realism mod with the most features and graphics completed.[citation needed]

Frozensand began development on Urban Terror HD in 2009 and was set to release an alpha version in 2010 but soon abandoned the project and switched engines from idtech3 to Unreal Engine 4 due to licensing complications of idtech3.

The most recent version, 4.3.4, was released on June 21, 2018."

Keep and and I had played Q3 for quite a while when UrT came out. Keep loved it, and jumped right in. I thought it was too slow compared to the speed and intensity of Q3 loaded mods, so I stayed mostly with that. About a year after him, I made the switch too. It was around 2000 or 2001 for me, I think. Of course, I was into Q2 before Q3, but was sometimes difficult to play on a 56k modem. We regularly had "netsplits", where there were just too many players on. Everything would lock up, and you would have to restart the game, and rejoin the server.


Wed Feb 19, 2020 9:51 pm
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Post Re: Good Old Days
autoaim.cfg wrote:
Roadkill was in Crypt 54 wasn't he?

That's the "old days"... the days of Crypt 54, Head Shots Only, Abjects and House Valhalla.


Roadie got around. Not sure about his other clans though. :roll:
He was, by far, the best player we had. :thumbup:
He had a spanish accent on teamspeak if that helps. :lol:

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You shuffle in the gloom of the sick room
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Well..... I used to be thin. :mrgreen:


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