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Xash3D Engine

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Xash3D is a custom Gold Source build from a scratch. Xash3D overcomes obsolete Gold Source engine's limits and provides for you a new quality of gaming experience and modmaking capabilities, for example: higher limits for bsp-models, studiomodels scaling, realistic values of lighting on server side, entity patch technology support, support of additional map types, support of precaching "on the fly", support for using real HD-textures (up to 4096 x 4096 px) for maps, models, sprites and decals in any played mod and many other features...

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  • vanyabro85 vanyabro85

    Uh, how can i download here?

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  • DoomHydra DoomHydra

    GRRR How on earth can I pull up the console in this engine? I HAVE to uncap the fps! Sorry if I came out as rude.

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    • Qwertyus Qwertyus Creator

      Every thing is described there:
      Moddb.com

      But I don't recommend to uncap FPS, because this WILL cause gameplay bugs.

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      • DoomHydra DoomHydra

        oh very thank you! ;) I have 144hz monitor and only wanted to uncap a 30 fps lock mods

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  • #1Guest Guest

    Is there plans to add overbright lighting to Xash? The FWGS version has it.

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    • Qwertyus Qwertyus Creator

      Unkle Mike doesn't want to add such things (as overbrights, shaders, shadows) directly in the engine (I mean, make them available anywhere, in any game or mod). He only add them as a part of specific mods (XashXT, Paranoia 2).

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  • unoriginal_username unoriginal_username

    how can i play deathmatch in original hl1? sure nobody will play it but what if i wanna set up a private server with my friend to play it?

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    • Qwertyus Qwertyus Creator

      The multiplayer system is almost the same. Create the server and use common commands to configure it. Clients can use "connect *.*.*.*:*" command to join the created game (where "*.*.*.*:*" is the server's IP:port).

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