Just wanted to inform you that the next version of Uebergame is done.
As always you can get it at the games section.
For screenshots and other updates visit moddb.
Most of the time I spend with bugfixing and Linux support, there are still some issues left but it works for now.
New in this version is 64 bit support for Windows and 32 bit Linux as well as some optimizations, so it should run smoother now, version 0.01 was 32 bit Windows only.
Just wanted to announce our official IRC channels, you can go there if you have questions and/or suggestions to site related topics or just want to chat. It is also intended as a place to find other people to play Übergame.
The channels are on irc.freenode.net :
#duion.com and #duion.com-de (for germans)
Finally I got a first test version of my own game running. Get it at the games section.
It was 2 years ago from this moment I first started looking into gamedesign and the Torque3D engine and finally I got something running after several failed attempts and some breaks.
The Link Section will contain useful or interesting links of all kinds that are collected over time.
At the moment I have made a small collection of the tools I use for game and art development. The collection is not random, I try to sort out the good stuff and post it.
Started working again on my game project "Uebergame", which was my original intention, the textures category is just a side project, that has become bigger than expected.
Just want to make a quick introduction to the Games-Section.
We also like to play and organize games, under the games-tab you will find information about this. There you can find what we play and some further instructions, like guides.
I always liked computer games, but also got bored quickly of just consuming them, the most fun for me was always to define own rules, modding the games, creating own content and so on and this part of this site will be dedicated to these activities.
The communication-section will contain everything related to communication.
I have added some pages with guidelines and instructions for our mumble-server, I think this should answer most questions.
So far we have a mumble server in this category and a forum is planned, maybe there will be other services in the future.
For those who do not know already, I am also running a Mumble-Server.
Mumble is a free-open-source voicechat alternative, to other things like Teamspeak or Skype. It is a practical thing, the only disadvantage is, that it is server-based, so you need a server or use someone elses. So due to the lack of good free servers, I made one my own.