Bastards: obscure freeware game

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Tapwave
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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Eriance wrote:How excactly do you have an FPS on the iphone. How do I control the player with no bottons?
I don't even know if you're serious or not here.
(For those who want to know the answer anyway, the games creates "button" zones on the screen that replaces the keyboard. Sometimes, movement is done by tilting the phone.)
niculinux
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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CeeJay wrote:
Anyhow, I repackaged it and made it compatible for ZDoom for your pleasure. So here you go: http://www.mediafire.com/?fhyv25z66hb1ehl
WOW THANKS!! :wub:
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RV-007
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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I'm sorry if I had to blurt it out. :lol:
I played the game and there is naked girl pixels (yeah, I know, "Oh noes!").

Anyways, I like the El Passo map (map02). It's like a shootout in a town just like the original "Fistful of Dollars" wad. There's blatant use of graphics, which I welcome. I hardly had thought that there are brothels in the wild west, but I know there are burlesque. :lol:
The painting of the figures seem to fit into the western brothel thing. There is almost the kinky S&M room, which is funny.

In the Deadwood map (map05). There are those dark cells. If you use the infrared item, you can see the (tortured) prisoners. Oh course, there are the pixels. It's a little bit strange though, but I guess that's for 'save the damsel in distress' concept.

Basically, I just want to point it out for the fun of it. Also, like, this post let others know this pwad is a wild west theme that strays from the 1950s cowboys versus natives idea. There is the brothel and I will say no more. Embarrassing post? Maybe, yee haw! :lol:
Scuba Steve
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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Heh, so I'm getting some printing done at Kinkos and the guy who did the music for this is working here and brought up the game.
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

Post by CeeJay »

and what did he have to say about it?
cool2000m
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

Post by cool2000m »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpZySQmIx8Q
my video of this game
https://www.dropbox.com/s/aao5gbpafzcjezm/Bastards.wad
My conversion of the full version with music and all sounds, needs a source port that uses mp3 files within wads like gzdoom or zandronum.
cool2000m
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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be sure to turn OFF enhanced nightvision or the lamp won't work properly. this game works great with ketchup.
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Re: Bastards: obscure freeware game

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He asked if I had ever "heard of the game Doom before?"

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