Only problem is, it doesn't animate correctly, even though the appropriate images are replaced in the right order, as far as I can tell.Nash wrote:I always thought the default Strife water was ugly. Good job!
wildweasel wrote:See, QR-style "viral" marketing only really works if you make the user have to work for their tease. Instead of it linking to the HacX website (which is nearly a year out of date), what would have been really awesome is if you had registered a site for the Genemp Corporation. Make up a false front company site that goes on about their "humanitarian efforts" and "advances in the realm of human evolution." Then you hide a little "employee access" section that requires a password - something that you either make easy to guess, or hide in the website itself (probably through something like steganography, or that trick where you append a .RAR file to the end of a JPEG image). Only when that password goes in do you start giving the "player" the juicy bits of backstory. Stuff that subtly (or even directly) alludes to the GENIE project, maybe some blueprints for an enemy or a weapon that'll appear in the game. Maybe even a hint that leads to an exclusive secret area in the game that has a bunch of awesome shit in it.
Nope. Just Hexen water, but slightly desaturated & lightened, and hue shifted a bit from blue to the cyan range.leileilol wrote:Half-Life water?
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