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    C, C++, or Java can help because UnrealScript uses very simmilar syntax (and alot of the same loops and basic actions). Even if you know something like javascript it would help, but its not all that hard to pick up without knowing about another language.

    On top of that, using things provided on the CDs and a few downloads, you have all the tools you need to make levels, models, textures, and new code. And you can import most of the other stuff, so you can literally make a new game with no required money except that to buy the game.

    Its fun, its fairly simple, its incredibly powerful.

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    Originally posted by Imp@l3dRound
    do you need any knowledge in a programming language?

    i do html, but thats kinda sissy compared to C


    NO


    Like I said:

    Originally posted by meKilgore
    It really depends on the complexity of your level. Of course, having the Video Training Modules on hand can make a big difference..

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    do you need any knowledge in a programming language?

    i do html, but thats kinda sissy compared to C

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    Originally posted by Imp@l3dRound
    ...not that i'll be any good on map creation

    is it easy to pick it up?

    YES


    It really depends on the complexity of your level. Of course, having the Video Training Modules on hand can make a big difference.

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    ...not that i'll be any good on map creation

    is it easy to pick it up?

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    UnrealEd comes with the game and is automatically installed when you install the game. An UnrealEd shortcut should be available in the Start Menu program for UT2004.

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    Originally posted by DaJMasta
    And if you've ever wanted to make a level or make a game mod, UT2004 has one of the most comprehensive packages out there, and a whole community worth of people to help u learn it.
    UnrealEd comes with UT2k4 right? or do i have to DL it separately?:noob:

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    lol DM... what boris said.

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    Originally posted by Imp@l3dRound
    Good advice! :up:

    Just bought myself a copy today.
    The game is alot of fun to play, even if your not good. ( I think its actually pretty cheap too)

    And if you've ever wanted to make a level or make a game mod, UT2004 has one of the most comprehensive packages out there, and a whole community worth of people to help u learn it.

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    Re: I'm new at this game

    Originally posted by Dark_Magician
    Hi, guys. I just downloaded the demo earlier today and I need some tips. Can you provide me with some? Thanks.

    tell me your ingame name and i will hunt you down online. learn my moves and you'll be set.:up:

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    that's what i'm here for :up:

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    Originally posted by Amish_Refugee
    buy it.
    Good advice! :up:

    Just bought myself a copy today.

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    Dark_Magician, come into the chatroom at the right time and lessons you shall recieve

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    Re: I'm new at this game

    Originally posted by Dark_Magician
    Hi, guys. I just downloaded the demo earlier today and I need some tips. Can you provide me with some? Thanks.
    go through this thread....

    http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums...hreadid=468692

    and this one, click the links in their that may be of more help...lots of iinfo there

    http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums...hreadid=353415

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    buy it.


    what kind of tips do you mean? how to play / play well?

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