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BloodGDX is released !
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# 23.06.2018 - 19:06:52
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So as his GDX empire expands towards other Build games, Makarov was at least talked into releasing the underlying BuildGDX code. Also, sounds like the beginnings of multiplayer are rumbling.

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# 13.07.2018 - 03:23:31
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And in Makarov's usual steady way, the multiplayer release is out!

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# 17.07.2018 - 02:40:10
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Yes! And it's really smooth and don't have a lot of latence (if all the internet connections are ok).
Really fun to play coop or dm, coop with this revive mod is fun, could be interesting with survival (1life).
dm with no-autoaim is epic, really fun to aim with the projectiles now (or we can use autoaim if we still want too :D
Anyway, a lot of possibilities with different options and features!
So cool :)


If some people want join some multiplayers, there is a discord of Blood Multiplayer where we organize some online party :D
https://discord.gg/wzh9H3


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# 10.10.2018 - 06:23:41
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I won the original retail version of Redneck Rampage in the new GDX port. Frustrating design moments and loose shooting aside, I liked it better than I expected. Particularly its attempts at depicting rural spaces. One level even has beehives (I worked at an apiary for five seasons, and now I work shipping at a honey plant). Kind of understand why most shooter soundtracks do not have lyrics though...

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# 06.11.2018 - 14:51:53
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 Zitat von Gideon
Frustrating design moments and loose shooting aside


I bought the game and its expansions on Steam not too long ago, and played an hour of it. There were frustrating design moments indeed, like for example I knew that I had to hit the player character's brother with a crowbar to end the first level, but only because I remembered GalleyUK's playthrough of it. I could have never figured that on my own because it's really counter-intuitive. Other than that, the level itself looked really nice and was pretty wide and non-linear.

I liked the game's originality, it's not cookie-cutter like a lot of other stuff that's been released, and I enjoyed the soundtrack too. I may try to beat it one of these days with the GDX port.

The urban environment is the incubator for all sorts of undesirable behaviors.
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